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We live in a world that requires us to use modern facilities to
make life easier. However, our modern lives keep us so busy that we
never have the chance to just shut our phones and discover the
We live in a world that requires us to use modern facilities to make life easier. However, our modern lives keep us so busy that we never have the chance to just shut our phones and discover the world around us. We don't get the chance to disconnect and be alone with our thoughts.
At the same time, the endless mails from office and the stress that comes with keeping a social life alive, tires us. We're so stressed that we want to go for a long vacation that will somehow give us an escape out of our modern lives.
If you happen to be looking for a great break to get your normal life back, consider this place which is very close to nature and very far away from modern life:
Imagine walking out of your room and seeing only white. There's white sand everywhere and the view fills you up. That is exactly what you will find at this resort located in Rann of Kutch. It is the only village resort to be built on the white sand.
You'll get to stay in mud huts designed with traditional patch work, getting the total desert experience. For all those people who depend on machines, you'll get to meet people who make a living out of hand-made work like beautiful embroidery.
With ATMs that run on solar power and such a great culture, this resort should be visited for the peek it gives into rural life.
Chester Bennington's death came as a big shock
for everyone across the world. For us, Linkin Park was one of the
first bands that introduced us to International music. Remember
Chester Bennington's death came as a big shock for everyone across the world. For us, Linkin Park was one of the first bands that introduced us to International music. Remember all that teenage angst you had that no one understood? Well, Linkin Park did and that's exactly why at a certain age, we all listened to his songs.
Even today, if you're sitting with your friends and Numb plays, you're all going to sing along, ain't you?
In fact, from all the tributes still pouring in on my timeline, I can gather that songs by Linkin Park helped a lot of awkward teenagers all around the world deal with anxiety, depression and the dark days of their life.
That is the power of music and that was the power of Chester's vocals.
My heart breaks to know that the man whose words incised on the slate of my childhood, but felt this way about his own life. Despite all that popularity and money, he was still depressed. He was living the dream that most of us dream to but he didn't want to be a part of that dream.
We appreciated Chester's lyrics for our own emotions instead of realizing the kind of depression he was going through. We only looked at the side of popularity that gave us the impression that he was living it up.
We never noticed because mental illness is always on the inside. The people you meet everyday might just be fighting a battle we don't know anything about. We are waking up everyday hating the existence. I am shocked how people mourn at death but deny depression.
In todays world, amidst all the greed and hatred out there, it
seems that theres still lot of love and affection out there,
ensuring that humanity still exists. Sometimes we wonder why celebs
In todays world, amidst all the greed and hatred out there, it seems that theres still lot of love and affection out there, ensuring that humanity still exists. Sometimes we wonder why celebs are treated in a way they are treated. Not only due to their on-screen cameos, but for something more.
Heres one more reason why some celebs are called Stars:
Daniel Downing, is a 5-year-old boy diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. It is heartening to know that he has to live with it in the few months he has left to live. The young Marvel fan recently had the opportunity to have a small talk with his favorite hero character, Ryan Reynolds, the one who plays the jazzy Deadpool.
Reynolds himself called the boy and cheered him for about a good 15 minutes with cheerful conversation. "As soon as Daniel realized, he asked if he could FaceTime him and then he was very, very hyper," Daniel's mother told The Herald. Video of the two of them chatting went viral, and reports say that after the chat, Reynolds even got the young fan around the set of Deadpool 2.
Keep your tissues ready for this one, you'll definitely need it for this one.
Nestled in the rocky terrains of Pali district in Rajasthan lies
a resort so earthy and ethereal that you would just want to take a
vacation only to enjoy it. Such is the make of the resort that
Nestled in the rocky terrains of Pali district in Rajasthan lies a resort so earthy and ethereal that you would just want to take a vacation only to enjoy it. Such is the make of the resort that it seems like it is blossoming right out of the picturesque land.
Built by Lakshman Singh in the 19th century, Lakshman Sagar was a hunting lodge that has now been beautified and re-conceptualized into a resort. Built then to host other noble families and British emissaries, Lakshman Sagar today will make you feel no less with its royal aura, and traditionally lavish services. Not just that, the resort will bring you back in touch with nature and earth, as much as it will pamper and rejuvenate you.
Embellished in traditional Rajasthani style with hints of historic British influences, each mud and stone cottage comes with - wait for it - a private pool, which further overlooks the man-made lake.
Based on the concept of slow-food, the traditional Rajasthani cuisine is prepared with love and local ingredients and meets high standards of culinary delight, while also promoting healthy, enjoyable eating.
All in all, more than reconnecting with yourself, Lakshman Sagar is a resort that will take you a step ahead and help you reconnect with nature and with the land of Rajasthan. And it will be so, so good.
Lately, I have an indifferent relationship with social media.
Its like the phase in a romance where you know youre gonna break
up, but you dont know how itll go down yet. Youre in too deep.
Lately, I have an indifferent relationship with social media. Its like the phase in a romance where you know youre gonna break up, but you dont know how itll go down yet. Youre in too deep. Youve invested loads of time and youve put so much of yourself into it. But its no longer fulfilling you. Something just feels wrong.
From a personal standpoint, I enjoy social. It makes me happy to see the people I love laughing at the park with their dog or traveling the world.
But from a business standpoint, its makes me uneasy. I scroll Instagram and I see investors investing more time and money into photo shoots than into their own training's.
We are in the era of Fake News and Fake Woos. Its so important to be conscious of whom youre getting advice from. Id say the modern version of the old saying, Dont judge a book by its cover is now Dont trust a page by its Likes.
But the problem is we live in a world where Likes create credibility versus experience itself.
The speed and quantity of information isnt going to slow down. Whats required of us now is to speed up our quality. And how do we do that? We raise our consciousness. And how do we do that? Real experience. Time on the mat. Work. Time on the cushion. Dedication. Daily practice.
The people you surround yourself with matter. ONLINE AND OFF.
Be conscious and selective of whose energy youre connecting with. Who are you letting into your inbox? Because youre letting them into your mind, too.