Urban Hermits

Urban Hermits
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How did we get here? What is it that fuels each and every one of us in this world?

We like writing and it frees our minds when we write regularly. It is a wonderful way to express ourselves.
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Wireless networks are spreading like wildfire these days both at offices and homes.
Communication is the key for everything that we do in our lives whether it is at home or in office. However, we don't really give much thought to it and most of the times, it is under-rated.
The presence of babies livens up any home or environment. These cute little things bring out the best in us and make us forget ourselves for a time at least. Gone are the worries and cares of everyday routine and mundane lives since babies create a special kind of chaos that is enduri...
Don't we all like friends? Friends are not always human beings though!
The practice of hair removal is not of recent times and has been in vogue since several centuries. It is a known fact that ancient Egyptians also used it, especially the Priests. However, it has really caught on in the last 100 years.
In recent times, there has been a slew of hi-tech mp3 players available at highly affordable prices, and one wonders if the traditional walkman is not fast becoming obsolete.
What can I say about the almost magical story telling skills of the Grand Master of Science Fiction!
When I think of India, what strikes me most is the huge change in mindset that we are currently experiencing and undergoing through.
Hey MouthShut! Where have you been all these years?
A friend once jokingly remarked to me that a writer is a combination of several factors like imagination, ingenuity & creativity, incisiveness, sharp wit, & a sense of humour, knowledge & wisdom, and a subtlety of purpose! And his primary tools, among others, are the Muse, quiet envir...
Welcome to the grim world of the deprived Indian child! The future almost always seems to look bleak for them, and never ever rosy!
Why is it that we almost always have movie plots in which AI, androids, robots, and their ilk, are shown destroying the world?
We age as we add years to our life. The age shows up first as wrinkles on our face... tension and anxiety are siblings of age and speed up the aging process by adding frown lines to the wrinkles!
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