Learning through experience and error

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Of Cities, Cons, Caution and The Cycle of Circumspection

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I’ve had a multitude of experiences that made me genuinely wonder about the more significant things during my three years in, the bigger cities. So, I can’t say this was the one that matters. However, this happens to be the most recent one. It is a couple of experiences to be honest which make sense only when taken together, like wine and cheese or peanut butter and jelly.

How Leaving The Nest Changed Me, And What Made Me Realise That

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Leaving the nest is a significant step for birds, and well, humans. I know because I have felt it firsthand. We’re human beings, and although all of us are unique and different, one thing remains common. We crave change and growth. Seeing the world and moving about in it is the easiest way to do just that. A couple of recent events made me realise this very fact.

That Stranger In Starbucks Who Was So Content That She Was An Anomaly

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On Christmas Day last year, I was with my friends in Starbucks. It was a great week. People from the hometown were staying with me, and I showed them around Delhi-NCR. On one evening, I took them out to show them my Starbucks; the Starbucks outlet which I visit regularly. No, I’m not an inadequate guide, I also took them to other places including monuments, roadside markets and so on. As we...

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Deepansh Khurana

Blogger and writer from Dehradun, India. I'd say I love coffee but don't we all? I find stories, people and experiences. I blog about them.

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