#4 Truth Of Life: EGO

Hey fellas!! 😎😎

I hope you all are doing great! 😊😇 I am surprised that I’ve gotten so far (okay, #4 is not far, but I wasn’t sure of reaching here either! So a lesson for me: Never underestimate oneself! * haha* that’s the hint to the next one in this series!😉)

Okay, I won’t stop you from reading the highlight of the day!!😃😃

img1466939892081.jpg                          I’ve never understood ego,

but thankyou for teaching me it’s essence.

It’s a wonderful word with disastrous effect.

For previous three posts of the Truth Of Life Series, DON’T FORGET TO CLICK ONTO THE FOLLOWING LINKS—->





Confessions of a Doctor: What is Happiness?


Happiness is twinkle in your eyes
Happiness is wisdom in your words
Happiness is pride in your coat
Happiness is child’s hand on your scope
Happiness is crooked smile of a bystander
Happiness is recovery after treatment
Happiness is prayers answered
Happiness is lives saved
Happiness is souls saved
Happiness is spreading peace
Happiness is seeing a miracle unfold
Happiness is dreams come true
Happiness is light not fight
Happiness is love for self
Happiness is love for you
Happiness is love for we
Happiness is strength
Happiness is going any length
Happiness is reality not fickle.

P.S: It’s happiness from a doctor’s point of view!! 😉
Many more reasons to be added, I guess there’ll be a sequel to this one in future! 🙂



It’s Father’s Day


Our daddy dearest,
When we first came into this world,
Little did we know how blessed we are-
To have you as our father!
Every single step of life,
You were there for us.
Everytime we made mistakes,
You were there for us.
Everytime we asked for something,
You tried to fulfill all our wishes.
When we went on a path all wrong,
You pulled us back from committing a mistake.
You guided us all along,
You guide us still,
We are very grateful for everything.
Mommy said, you had to bear winter chills-
On a train to see my face for the  very first time,
You fought all odds to give us what you were denied.
Everyday we are thankful to God,
For he has blessed us with you for a father.
You are an inspiration to us,
You have scolded us and we cried in dismay,
Now we are thankful that you scolded us that day,
Saved us from monsters of this world.
Mommy says I’m exactly like you,
I’m proud that I’m
You are our knight in shining armor!
You’re the best dad in the world!
Love you so much daddy-
We cherish everyday we spend with you!
Wish you Happy Father’s Day!


#3 Truth Of Life: Bubbled Up!


This is the Third post of the series I started recently called the Truth Of Life(click here to know more about it).

For previous two posts, click here:

#1 Truth Of Life: Happy Realization

#2 Truth Of Life: Happiness


As we live this beautiful life, with few not so beautiful moments, we have developed a bubble- a personal space and we won’t be very pleased if anyone disrupts it.

By chance, someone who is probably unaware of our personal space or someone who doesn’t care as we do about it dares to even touch the bubble our reaction to it can be pretty much unpredictable! *punches alert*
God save the people from the hell that will break loose. *Hahahahaaaa**evil grin*

But to be frank, we are just scared of everything becoming bad, so we do what will better the situation first and that is push people away.
            “Wear our armor not bare our soul!”– Shambhavi
We tend to find faults in ourselves, as well as blame them for everything that happens henceforth, totally unaware of the fact that – We are letting them do the damage. Why do we do that?
Why? Why? Why?

Answer is very simple, past experience/s can be very haunting and can change an individual’s perspective of life. Basically our past experiences determine our behavior and at times we just try to justify our thoughts by saying that- this happened in the past so our reaction is justified.

I do that too. So if you’re reading this and thinking that you’re the only one, you’re not alone!

There we go, defense mechanism turned on– shut people out- protect oneself.
*protect oneself* *sos* *protection activated*
It’s processed like a grave situation by our brilliant brain! Can’t blame the brain ofcourse, then who to blame??
The emotions awakened by those terrible experiences of the past? Correct! Absolutely! Gotcha culprit! And….. US! How can we escape the blame game?!

Live in the present, visiting the past is not a work of courage, it comes with a statutory warning, Big Bold Letters In Red:


Do you really wanna go to such an unwelcoming place? Do you? Are you that desperate? Weigh your decision, and every time your PRESENT will win this fight. So choose present over past! I tell myself this everyday. 🙂 Someday, I hope I wouldn’t look back at all!

~ Shambhavi