Mythili is a programmer by passion and a connoisseur of fine arts like painting, calligraphy, and pottery. She writes in the twilight between relationships, creativity, and human behavior.
How Vocal Challenges Made Me a Better Writer
I made a “Fresh Start” by doing some “Good Deeds” and noting them diligently in a “Little Black Book”. Confused? Well, “Fresh Start”, “Good Deeds” and “Little Black Book” are some of the amazing Vocal challenges in which I participated in the last two weeks. And I must say these challenges brought out the killer instincts within me making me a better writer in the process.
The Black People Who Can Win for India at the Olympics
I suppose everybody has heard and read about Afro-Americans, the ethnic group of Americans with total or partial ancestry from any of the black racial groups of Africa. We have famous guys like Will Smith, Michael Jordan and Morgan Freedom adorning the power list and the list of ultra-successful people is endless….
The Notorious Sexual Practices of the Ancient World
Ancient sexuality has a notorious history of making people uncomfortable. From the Romans of the classical world to the Indians of the Kamasutra times, sexual norms were radically different and sometimes even revolting from what we see today.
How to Free Yourself from One-sided Love
They say that the hardest thing is to know the one you love, loves someone else. It sounds so romantic, isn’t it? To love someone with all your heart and soul, whether or not they love back. Hollywood and Bollywood movies glorify such a hero or heroine, making their act as a supreme example of self-sacrifice and eternal love. The actors love throughout their lives and die happily ever after.
The Disgusting Sex Life of Genghis Khan
I suppose all of us would agree that Genghis Khan was one of history’s greatest conquerors. Around 700 years ago he singlehandedly controlled more than half of the known world and left an aura of fear and barbarism that spanned across countless generations.
The Stranger Who Saved My Family That Day
It was a dog-eat-dog world and I was painfully aware of it as I chugged into the final round of the interview. Just 3 hours ago, in that same interview room over 100 people were jousting, over performing, and fighting tooth and nail for that one vacant programmer position. There were young boys and girls with dreams in their eyes, fires burning high in their bellies, and a ‘go-getter’ attitude fuelled by youth to succeed at any cost. Nobody was speaking to each other. Everybody was competing. Period.
The Secret to Happiness Lies in a Good Delete Button
2007 was the worst year in my life but it was also the year when I attained enlightenment and gained control of my life. That was the year when I lost my job (the horrible recession), my boyfriend left me (I was just ghosted) and my dad died unexpectedly. Life was topsy-turvy many times over and the remnants of life had fast spiralled far beyond my control. Yes, I did try to make things work but the miniature seedling of hope could never survive the barrage of negative thoughts that had flooded my mind. It was over, truly over.
The Fascinating Story of a Special School for Sex Spies
In 1964, The French Ambassador to Moscow Maurice Dejean was left spellbound as an alluring girl nearly half his age invited him to her bedroom. He had only met her a couple of hours back at a friend’s luncheon meeting and she seemed to be ‘head-over-heels’ in love with him. Within hours, he was in her apartment making love.