Words and Notion

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You are not my cup of tea – Precept of a woman

Precept of a woman,

“Don’t enter into my comfort zone. Don’t try to intrude through my vulnerability. As I have learned to win over it already.  If you are still trying to enter into my comfort zone without my will, be ready to face the hardest hit in the world. Beware..”


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Who will talk first?

His one word reply was good enough to elevate her into the epitome of imaginations. She didn’t ask anything further as the answer was least satisfactory or a perfect lie for her.

He waited for her to ask further. Since she didn’t, he skipped and left.

She thought why he was lying.

He thought why she couldn’t ask further.

The ego is so powerful to ruin your relationships.  Keep an eye out for that missing heart to heart conversation.


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Does she really a need a degree on her shoulder to prepare homely food?

Why are you complaining on denial of opportunities of education to a girl while more number of girls than boys are seen as faculties in schools and colleges? Oh, it’s a great achievement since she is not only educated but employed also. And yes, teaching is a safe and less hectic job for her, thinking from her parents’ perspectives.

Alas!
Feel pity on these cultured senseless thoughts

Why should a woman be educated while her whole purpose is just to get engaged in house hold stuffs? There are many uneducated women who manage home pretty well. So what’s the need of having a degree on her shoulder to prepare homely food? Is it just an entry pass in the matrimonial websites?

There has been lots of progress in the field of female education. Never forgetting that progress as well as the contributions of brave historic women, let me ask “Does that progress trend really match with the number of employed women in the country right now?”

Or may be woman education is for controlling the population as she won’t get married at an early stage unlike the uneducated women. Pheww…

The Pradita Chronicles

Today I’m angry…. beyond words. I’m furiously typing this on my phone because I don’t want to waste time by going to my laptop, switching it on, logging in and what not and risk losing my chain of thoughts… or my anger.

I’m angry at every parent who dares to show their girl-child that she can dream of real equality. I am angry at every son who thinks that he deserves an educated woman who will quit her aspirations and ambitions just to make him ‘ghar ka khana‘ (home-made food). I’m angry at every girl who listens to such dimwits.

I’ll tell you the source of this anger…

I got off a phone call from a friend who told me she had left her well paying job as a Software Engineer only to reprise the role of a homemaker,becauseno one in her husband’s family supported her work

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She was abused..

She was tormented physically and mentally. But she survived even while being on the emotional edges.

She stood her grounds. She proved that she will survive even with a new born baby in her hands. She can’t shut all mouths around her. But she kept her chin always up.

There are many such She’s around us. But who cares?  People may care to torture her further instead of appreciating her rebirth. Alas.. !


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Female Behaviour – 16

She forgets everything with his single touch Then she just prefers to be hugged. Even if she may be angry or worried, everything melts away while being in his arms (Female Behaviour – 2. )It’s something above to her practical mind which tries to wake up her ego and fails ultimately. Even she doesn’t know how to define that emotional bond.


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Changing moments

He: You are not my cup of tea

She: I am impressed with your frankness

He: Thanks for adding a little sugar to my tea

She: But I don’t like flirting guys

He: I hate these girls’ demos

She: But I love you for who you are

He: Hey, now you are my cup of tea

She: I hate these guys switching frequently.