Leap of Faith

Can one die of happiness? Absolute, unaltered, unmeddled happiness. When one experiences such sublime a phenomena, one ceases to exist. Yes! One ceases to exist in the material plane. If not, one is inclined to. One is inclined to transform this moment’s flash into a living, breathing eternity. Would you call me mad? Do you […]

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Demons

The gravels on the ground felt prickly on his bare palms and feet. His breathing felt heavy and the sweat on his forehead felt cold. He looked up at the figure blocking the light emanating from behind, outlining the silhouette. The dark figure leaned closer, gradually increasing visibility. A pair of familiar eyes stared back […]

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Bitcoin: How it is ruining the monopoly of banks and turning millenials into millionaires

Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency and worldwide payment system. It is the first decentralized digital currency, as the system works without a central bank or single administrator. The network is peer-to-peer and transactions take place between users directly, without an intermediary. These transactions are verified by network nodes through the use of cryptography and recorded in […]

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I Am Silenced

Capitalism works because we have this huge void in our lives we have the desperate need to fill with over expensive trifles and trinkets. An unemployed student starves himself to buy the latest smartphone, a middle aged man spends his life savings to buy a Rolex, a single working mother spends her earnings buying dresses […]

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Falling For Snow (Part- 3)

Needless to say, he was thinking of her the whole week. And when Tuesday finally came, his knees didn’t hurt while running up the stairs. There she was, radiantly occupying a library chair, an identity card dangling rather awkwardly from her neck and resting on her relatively flat chest, and a book in her hand […]

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Falling For Snow (Part- 2)

The librarian and some female teachers and an effiminate one were busy gossiping in the name of work. Most of these vile creatures were uneducated cons, who go about flashing degrees obtained from college who provide degrees solely for the sake of maintaining their status as a college. The effeminate chemistry teacher whose only duty […]

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Falling For Snow (Part- 1)

The kitchen knife sat on his lap as he contemplated his entire life; the futility of it all. His barren, unhappening, colourless life. He held the cheap plastic dudgeon, placed the blade horizontally on his skin, and with one swift movement slit his wrists. There was no stifling. Death was silent after all. Through the […]

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