Love—a concept that is often thought of as something grand and life-changing. But what most of us overlook is how that grand and life-changing love often arrives in the form subtle gestures and soft-spoken words, say most of the people The Week spoke to.
Letting few tears escape every night
I find myself immensely weak and weary
Unable to fight my demons, I lay there, frozen
Like a lifeless mannequin
When I'm at my weakest point; I know
You want to be there
I want to speak.
Nepalese love the ‘big fat weddings’. So many delicacies to gorge on, so many gossips to toss around. From kids running around screaming to old folks getting emotional, there is a different kind of excitement in the air. And oh, the absolute favorite of all adults — ‘Who’s going to marry next?’
When you were a kid, did you cry and go home every time someone yanked your hair or did you stomp your feet and keep playing, often pushing and shoving to make way for yourself? If the latter is what you did and what you think one should do when faced with challenges, then congratulations for it’s what good leaders and successful entrepreneurs choose to do in life as well. But if it’s the former, then maybe you should stop being too sensitive because that kind of attitude will only hurt you while accomplishing nothing in return.
Humans witness physical, mental, spiritual and social changes in different phases of life. A new-born baby gradually grows, reaches adulthood and eventually fades to a mere memory. As I turn the pages of the photo album comprising my childhood memories, I realize the essence of the innocent infancy. After all, the infant stage gives the most beautiful moments.