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100 word story: Life

100 word story: Life

They sat there on the rocky outcrop wondering how their lives had changed. They both had rough childhoods and their notion of happiness was just to make more money and move out of their dingy homes.

Little did they know that more than a decade later they would have a house by the sea and a flourishing business which would put them among the creme de la creme in the city.

It was an idea which was enough to change their world and of those around them. Their life had taken a 360-degree turn like a circle in a spiral.

Linking to Sue Vincent’s Write Photo prompt, Ragtag Daily Prompt: Like a Circle in a Spiral and Fandango One Word Challenge: Notion

Ten Word Story: Horizon

Ten Word Story: Horizon

He looked beyond the horizon

wondering about life’s numerous possibilities.

Linking to Sue Vincent’s Write Photo prompt



Being an introvert was his way of life but

Life around changed within weeks,

Handshakes got replaced by footshakes,

While kisses and hugs were considered dangerous,

Social interactions got replaced by video calls,

While going outside was considered dangerous,

As the world began to lockdown,

The pollution levels plummeted like never before,

While the birds and animals were having all the fun

Loneliness and seclusion inside was taking a toll like never afore,

The sound of the cars on the road and roar of the planes in the sky were absent,

But humans began to adapt and started to gain their composure,

As everything started to go online, it all compensated for the boredom,

The world was much more different than ever before,

But for him it was if he felt a part of it like never afore.

Linking to dVerse Poetry Challenge: Solitude

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: ComposureFandango’s One Word Challenge: CompensateWordless Wednesday & YeahWrite’s Weekly Challenge


100 word fiction: Sky #AtoZChallenge

100 word story: Sky

PHOTO PROMPT © Roger Bultot

“This city looks so beautiful from our balcony, doesn’t it? Look at the lovely cloud formations. Living at such a height definitely has it’s perks.”

Ronald had arrived in the city more than 2 years ago. But only now did he finally begin to admire the city he was living in. He had been so caught up in the rat race to achieve something that he never bothered to appreciate whatever life had to offer.

It was all about earning as much as you could in the shortest possible time. But now he had got another chance to cherish life’s gifts.

Written for the photo prompt and you can read the other entries here.

D for Darkness – #AtoZChallenge

D for Darkness - #AtoZChallenge

Location: Somewhere over Turkey

“Learn to light a candle in the darkest moments of someone’s life. Be the light that helps others see; it is what gives life its deepest significance.”

– Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart

I am taking the A to Z Challenge 2018 with Blogchatter

B for Bliss – #AtoZChallenge

B for Bliss - #AtoZChallenge

Location: Poseidon Temple, Athens

“Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors where there were only walls.”

– Joseph Campbell

I am taking the A to Z Challenge 2018 with Blogchatter

A letter to life

A letter to life

A letter to life


Dear Zindagi (Life),

You have quite literally been a bed of roses till date. Everyone has his or her share of horror stories and troubles which shape their childhood and thinking. But in my case, it has almost been as perfect as it gets. While I know that it may not always be the case, I truly appreciate what all you have given me.

Once the right values and beliefs were inculcated in me, I was always encouraged to chart my own course in my career. There was never any force or coercion to do things to please others or live life on other’s terms. And the best part was the fact that my loved ones supported me all the way in any decision that I took. They have always believed that one can discuss anything with multiple people but the final decision should rest with the individual. And they taught me the same.

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100 word fiction: What you don’t know

Fear of the unknown

Fear of the unknown


“There is always the fear of the unknown. We are all wary of taking risks lest we fail and fall down by the wayside. But a life without challenges isn’t really a life worth living.

While success is always welcome, only when you fall do you truly realize what it takes to rise and shine all the way.”

Rakesh had failed to clear a number of job interviews in succession due to one reason or another. And when he finally did, the first thing which came to his mind was his father’s words which had shaped his approach in life.

Day 2 Prompt: What you don’t know



Life of an adrenalin junkie..




I recently watched the movie ‘Everest’ and first things first, I must say that it’s a visually breathtaking flick. But it got me thinking on the reasons why mountaineers do what they do.

Whether it’s the fun or the dream of conquering the impossible; the craze for living life at the edge or the fame associated with it, mountaineers have their reasons. And it’s the case with not only mountaineers but adrenalin junkies in general.

For many, this so called ‘adventurous’ life is nothing but a waste of money and public health resources. But for those who live on challenges, such experiences give meaning to their lives. It defines their personality and their day to day outlook.

Linking to #MondayMusings and Microblog Mondays

Linking to NaBloPoMo (National Blog Post Month – October – My post no 1 for this month.

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Guiding forces of our lives..

Guiding force of our lives..

Guiding forces of our lives..


Whether professional or personal, all of us look to our friends and family for advice and support in some form or the other at different stages in our lives.

Why do we do so? Is it because of the comfort and care? Is it because we really believe that they would advise us in an unbiased manner? Is it because we feel that they would give us the correct advice based on their experience?

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