This fictional story is meant to raise awareness around the loneliness epidemic and high suicide rates in Japan. Although the story is based in Japan, which faces exorbitantly high cases of loneliness, this is becoming a growing problem across the world with the proliferation of technology.
It is little wonder that Columbus Circle is named after the person who discovered the Americas. Or perhaps, the area has developed its full throttle of activities as a tribute to the name it acquired. Located at the heart of one of the entrances to Central Park, Columbus Circle encapsulates the essence of New York… Continue reading An Ode to New York City
This is the first in a series of short stories that I’m working on. Through my stories, I intend to introduce people to philosophy, literature, global problems the world faces, and more. As always, I would love to hear your thoughts, and if you like the content, please do share! ………… I stole a glance… Continue reading The Prison: Nietzsche Philosophy on How to Be Yourself
How does one introvert talk to another introverted acquaintance? (Although the exact words may not have been spoken, the below conversation did actually take place) Neel: How has work been? Adrian: It’s been fine; it’s taught me a lot about power and politics. I was naïve in college and am now learning to play the ropes.… Continue reading Introverted Interrogation
When there is an emptiness or lack of meaning in one’s life, the emotional part of the brain inevitably turns on. At this juncture in our lives, we look for groups or individuals that will give us a sense of security or instill in us some confidence. Given how emotional we are at this time,… Continue reading Rise in motivational gurus