I’ll just jump straight into it: I don’t feel right referring to God as He or Him. Is this due to my raging feminist mindset or my insatiable need for gender equality? No… it’s really not. I personally prefer to use the pronoun They. This decision of mine is based on two factors: Formlessness. Maybe … More I Don’t Think God Is A He
Writing a New Year’s post has become somewhat of a tradition for me since I started this blog 7 years ago. It’s so nice to be able to look back through my little time capsule and see what my annual highlights have been and how they’ve differed from year to year: travel, new jobs, new … More My Final Post of 2020
In the 16th century, Guru Nanak Dev Ji travelled the world actively challenging the status quo and standing up for human rights, irrespective of caste or creed; he empowered others to use their voices to do the same. Subsequently, he successfully established a global community of people, known today as Sikhs, many of whom originate … More #FarmersBill2020: An Issue Close To My Heart
As of today, I’ve officially been full-time working from home for 8 months. I’ve been into the office once during this time, so all in all I’ve been sat in my living room with my laptop and headset, business as usual for a total of 243 days and counting. Eeeek! Many people I know who … More My New Life As A Fulltime Professional Working From Home During Covid-19
So I was reading a random Buzzfeed article the other day and it turns out I may be an empath! Not really the most groundbreaking discovery in the big scheme of things, but hey, it got me thinking. Since I was little, often unwittingly, I’ve known how to take a step back from a situation … More I’m An Emotional Sponge!
In eight years you’ve taught me so much. How to bargain, how to be soft, how to put someone else’s needs before my own, how to practice what I preach, how to set boundaries, but most importantly, how to give the best cuddles! You’re a blazing ball of energy that lights up this family with … More My Promise To You
It was a hot Summer’s day in the city of London and there they were: a couple of mid-20 somethings totally and completely engrossed in one another. So engrossed in fact, that the other nine million people roaming the city were no more than an afterthought to them. Like I said, it was a hot … More The One She’d Been Waiting For
In Hollywood, Bollywood, Nollywood, Tollywood etc. whenever the on-screen characters have a problem, it’s usually followed by a direct confrontation and a bit of turbulence along the way, but in the end there’s always a positive outcome. This is the typical movie formula and it runs like clockwork. You’re probably thinking, “Well duh Sharan of course … More Confrontation In Real Life Isn’t Like The Movies!