*This is a recycled post from my past writing” The biggest problem we face today is that we are constrained. We are imprisoned behind four walls, and we avoid noticing it. Have you ever found yourself looking at some people and wondering how they’re so pleased? It’s because they don’t restrict themselves within a box. […]Read More Imprisoned Behind Four Walls
*This is a recycled post I wrote in the past* I’ve grown to become very fond of Twitter as people are allowed to share their thoughts and express concerns on their mind. I’ve been a consistent user of this form of social networking for approximately seven years now, and I’ve come to realize a lot […]Read More The Moment
A world apart, but connected forever. As a Thamizh kid that grew up in a westernized world, I don’t know if I have the right to speak to this as those who have been oppressed. Over generations, people of my community have been shut out. Pulled away from sharing our greatness with the world. I […]Read More What it means to be a Tamizh Writer.
When I started to write, it was not supposed to be just about me. It was about something more significant. Five years ago I wrote a rant on Facebook, and that is what set everything in motion to date. Now that rant I wrote was about making a difference. Growing up in a South Asian […]Read More Strive to Inspire
Believe me writing a novel is probably one of my biggest accomplishments in life, one I am proud of and will forever be proud of. Yet, there is a reason why I have not published anything in the past three years. I could have done a far better job with my first novel. How could […]Read More A Failed Novel
Three years, it has been three years since I have decided to to sit behind a computer and write something publicly. It was 2013 when I first decided to sit and write a little rant, I had no clue that people would actually read something I wrote. Why? Well because growing up I was always […]Read More Rise From Struggle