We Are All Broken. Aren’t We?

On our daily commute to the office, we come across a lot of people. If it’s metropolitan, there’s no doubt that you get to see people from all walks of life. My return time from office to home would fall between 9:30 PM-10:00 PM. The time at which the city would slowly drift back to a peaceful and less polluted mode. With tiredness crept around our body, we reach our home and stay awake for a few hours and eventually fall asleep.

I live in Chennai and my timings are almost similar to the one mentioned above. My commute consists of a walk for approximately 15 Minutes. On my return journey, I used to see a lot of worried faces, enthusiastic street food sellers,¬†frustrated faces, drunkards, mentally unstable people, and people who ‘re making their beds on platforms.

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The Depressing Truth

“The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.” said Albert Einstein.

We are living in a world where people worry about their “curves” and “appearance” rather than their regular food intake and body metabolism.

We are living in a world where owning costly gadgets makes us feel rich/proud/satisfied with life rather than saving up some money.

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