Cherishing rainbow after rain.

Since February, we were put into the unknown. For the very first time, we discussed about back-up plans for "what if..." with loved ones. Uncertainty, anxiety, and concerns were easily spelled on faces. Paranoid over worst case scenarios we could possibly imagined, staying positive and strong required a huge amount of effort. Well, that lasted … Continue reading Cherishing rainbow after rain.

The best motivator.

When we're young, accomplishment grants us applauses from people before us. Praises make us feel good; praises make us proud. As we grow older, compliments rarely come by. Does it mean that we no longer excel in what we do? Most parents would love to believe that their children are ones in a million. Talented … Continue reading The best motivator.

Keep going.

When we were young, parents encouraged us to take baby steps in any possible encounter. Be it to sit, to crawl, to stand, to eat, to play, or to speak - we attempted them all  with courage. Parents gave us keys to experience 'the world'. 'The world' is colourful and openly fascinating. For many years … Continue reading Keep going.

It was all you.

Sun's setting, night's falling. Presence of ten, one remained. Heap of work, yet a pair of hands, Chain of thoughts, awaiting to flare.   No squabble, no question. Reposition your vision, ignite your mission. Remind your purpose, kindle your passion. For whatever you do, do it for your reason. Night's gone, comes the dawn. First … Continue reading It was all you.