I am just a baffled person,overwhelmed by general idiocy,childishness of some “adults” –with heads full of air I wonderhow do they survive? Oh!Definitely disgusted by hypocrisy,blind self serving practicesthat put sense of responsibilityin the backseat while pride drivesdrunk in haughtiness…brainfried by general lack of logic.
Courage, I read, is not the absence of fear. Neither is it devoid of any anxiety. Little to do with ego, much to do with faith at the face of adversity. Gracious even with the knowledge of a foe in friendships trusting mask. Courage is when you stand up for yourself. That’s it. That’s enough. […]
What’s there to not love about your favourite auntie? When free reign is only free as skin-deep is deep, when metaphors become allegories, Blues become happy and parents stand on the side stage cheering you on – as your free-spirited auntie stands with your feisty interests. What’s there not to love about a mouth that […]
Mommy Diaries: Familiarity and Illnesses
I always saw my parents stressing when I’d fall sick. That didn’t stop me from getting flu, getting into accidents, playing in vehicle impoundment yards, construction sites, electric generator rooms, and the list goes on. My question was: if the street urchins can, why can’t I? Why should their childhood be filled with dangerous liberty […]
Unpopular opinion perhaps but true to what I argue, problematic is not racism but colourism like “Et tu, …”! As women in Iran fight for rights, Aryan remains a misconception – greed splits human-race and hatred bonds us through fear. Beware, white-blacks-browns-reds-yellow, you’re all mocking and damning eachother – but hypocrites! Worse you do to […]
Mommy Diaries: Techy Maman
A follower on Instagram asked me how I protect my child and “husband”’s privacy. “A face recognition algorithm is an underlying component of any facial detection and recognition system or software. Specialists divide these algorithms into two central approaches. The geometric approach focuses on distinguishing features. The photo-metric statistical methods are used to extract values […]
Mommy Diaries: Wishes and Dreams
Going back to work with foggy brain was hard, but I believe the hardest is to leave your 4month old at home. Point being – I would have preferred going back gently into the “wild” but circumstances make the difference. Just happy that I have Monday and Wednesday with my boy. I jokingly said to […]
Mommy Diaries: Gonten & Chüeh
It’s almost the end of September, so naturally when we are in Gonten (Appenzell) we get to see alpine descents, arriving in the valley around late afternoon. One of the plus to have a residence on the side of a road in a lovely village – the procession passes right in-front! First, the sound of […]
Mommy Diaries: Of Fables & Adventures
A scorpion approached a kind frog seated by the riverside, and asked him, “Can you give me a ride on your back across the river? I don’t have the ability to leap on lily pads or swim like you do.” The frog said, “You’re a scorpion, you might sting me.” The scorpion said, “I won’t […]
How glad can one feel to reach the other end, a new country away from home? Waking up, unaware, that the lowest bushes or the pointy spruce, all a part of a broad new hope, as you start your day of struggle in a country away from war-stricken home?