A finance journalist by profession. Numbers chose me. i didn't!
I always seek to discover myself.
The more I discover, the more I write. I try a bird's eye view with everything, sometimes it works but sometimes i realize I'm just human. And then i feel sad. What if I'm more than human? (more cha...
She looked at me for two seconds and smirked as if she recalled something from her past. “25 years ago, I reached this place along with my parents and a grandparent. 5000 rupees was all we had, along with a four-walled fully built house that we owned half of, at a location, no one in the city had ever heard of. A kid ready for to be going to school, and we had just arrived at what seemed like a calm hill-station known for its quality of education.”“Bengaluru. Namma Bengaluru.
The last time, he had left me saying that he had rescued his former girlfriend’s husband from the depths of depression. The strangest part for me was that he rushed to her place with just one phone call without having spoken to her in years. But why? He burst out laughing for a good minute while I had a poker face. “You really are too serious in life man, don’t worry, I’ll answer everything.”“Why did you rush to your former girlfriend?”“Years since I last saw her.
"I have never been so impressed with anyone's thought process like yours in a long time. I think you are the woman the others need to seek inspiration from." "Whatever I do is out of my heart and so are my thoughts. I believe in men's rights as much I believe in women's rights.
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