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The Problem With Our Masks

I’m sitting on the second last bench. The entire batch of 2013 is sitting in front of me. Checked shirts, stylish ponytails, and the boring teacher giving his boring lecture. It is a fact that no one really has any real interest in what he’s saying and even he knows that. And there are those in front who are still pretending that they are interested.

My theory of people is different. What I see in front is a bunch of liars. There are many others who Continue reading The Problem With Our Masks

Verbal Confirmation

To be, to have, to think, to move — which of these verbs is the one you feel most connected to? Or is there another verb that characterizes you better?

The answer would be, to be. And here’s what I think:
The Problem With Our Masks

Any takers?

You’ve come into possession of one vial of truth serum. Who would you give it to (with the person’s consent, of course) — and what questions would you ask?

Really, who would give consent? I won’t, that’s for sure. At least not to most people.
Truth is: everyone’s a liar. People who will give consent would already be honest with me or would have no problems sharing anything with me.
It’s the people who aren’t so willing that I’m really interested about. But if I would have to ask for consent then I’m better off without the serum. (Maybe even drink it myself on my deathbed.)
We’re better off finding answers on our own.

People should learn to mind their own kitchen.