She woke up soon. Too soon for it to be the morning, but too real for it to be a dream. She stared at the ceiling for a little bit and watched the rusty old fan rotate lazily. Her eyes felt heavy, and she decided to close them again, only … Continue Reading
A lady said her son
Fell on the sidewalk.
This gave everyone in the neighbourhood
Material to talk.
Mrs Sharma said
That she saw him fall,
Said nobody came to rescue him,
To help him at all.
Mrs Bedi replied that the weatherman
Didn’t inform us of the … Continue Reading
On 27th June, 2020, volunteers of AIESEC from MAHE, VIT and Thapar Patiala hosted an event called the World’s Largest Lesson. Organized by UNICEF, the objective of this lesson was to educate and enlighten students about the Sustainable Development Goals that are needed for peace in the planet, … Continue Reading
Schizophrenia is a chronic, severe and debilitating mental illness which affects a person’s thoughts, perceptions and behaviour. They may not be able to distinguish reality from imagination, experiencing hallucinations (hearing or seeing things that do not exist) and delusions (false beliefs). Symptoms include disorganised speech and behaviour, lack of ability … Continue Reading
A big event or a buildup of smaller stressful life situations may trigger excessive anxiety. It is your body’s natural response to stress. It is a feeling that causes increased alertness and fear, and physical signs such as a rapid heart rate. Here is a story of a girl with … Continue Reading
Its 10 pm and I’m wide awake,
Its so early, for goodness’ sake.
My family goes on and turns off the light,
They plan on retiring for the night.
Its 11 pm and I call my friend,
I’m exhausted as my work finds no end.
We fill each other … Continue Reading