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Hug someone- Today
happens when you hug someone! They smile. Not that easy.
On people to people, choice to choice & time to time.
During one of my many
seminars I got this question from a young boy & I had to think since the
context was not just hugs but more about the emotions involved.
when you have nothing to say or talk or share with someone you give them a hug.
You also embrace people when they are on extremes – either very happy or depressed
or 1000 thoughts in their head.
Moments of joy also merit a hug & when you
want someone to know you are there for them, give them a hug.
then there are folks who actually can read thoughts. Sometimes I wish you were
in my place just to know how I feel. This holds a lot of relevance.
all, explaining your feelings to someone is never easy.
then, pain changes people, it makes them trust less, overthink more, & shut
time when you hug someone, say some words of #share & #care along with.
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You may think its the power and the pride that comes with the post which an IPS officer holds or some of you may say its the
sheer status the word IPS reflects upon . The perks like most of us
know , is having an unprecedented power , a lal-batti , a huge team which does
' Jai Hind ' and a whole lot of a new world .
Given, I have had a good fortune
to be in a family of IPS and know and understand from them what is it being an
IPS officer most of the above mentioned movies or may be the image we tend paint
in our minds is very different from what actually is an IPS officer and what
all does he undergoes to be one.
I would put my take on this and
share with you all my thoughts on what is a life of an IPS .
Studying is just a part of it .
The civil services examination is considered not only the toughest in Indian
competitive examination scenarios but also one o…
There is something about rains and open spaces that make me a little more than hilarious . And not only me , couple of others as well .
Today , rains in Delhi bought back the festive cheer killing the week long SMOG clouding all around Delhi / NCR . As I up for an early morning catch-up breakfast with a few special folks , we decided let's step out and drive away to a place far from the traffic snarls yet has a festive cheer .
The thought came to go to Kodaikanal . While you may think I am crazy and my rest of the gang mad but then this is how life should be - unplanned , unbiased and unimaginable yet positive .
Known world over as the princess of hill stations this place has made me fall in love all over again . My first thought on reaching here was , this can't be in India . This has to be a foreign location. Pristine surrounding , lovely people to talk to and spend time with and not to forget the bicycles that can be rented to take a ride or two around the famous Kodaikan…
Everytime I travel, I look forward to meeting new people. New places as well can be explored but what is home without humans!? Off late, besides the flights getting delayed, I like to reach the airport ahead of my scheduled departure timing & sit around in the lounge & read or chit-chat. Works for me. Last week was fun & yet a bit hectic. During one of my lounge visits I hosted a dear friend ( though exactly for 15 minutes ) for a small #CoffeewithKaran session & off he had to go. In those 15 minutes we spoke in true blue corporate styles. First 5 minutes updates from him and I sipped my hot chocolate and then the next 5 minutes updates from my side. The remaining 5 minutes were spent on discussing ' better than before' . During my flight I met an amazing doctoral student or a fellowship candidate as she likes to be described. She was pursing her close 4 years doctor fellowship from a premium institute and such was her focus that she decided not to get married …