It’s okay to remember the past; but how rational is it to turn our attitude bitter because of it? Here is a poem by Manas Madrecha, that expounds on having a simplified heart, devoid of all kinds of unwanted complexities. Also, the poet, time and again, emphasizes on forgiveness, anger management and loving everyone, immaterial […]
Love is sweet poison. Here is a poem by Manas Madrecha, that narrates the aftereffects of relationships and precautions to be taken before ‘falling in love’, by reciting what happens when love gets disillusioned.
The day it doesn’t matter how you look, is the day you feel the most beautiful. – Manas Madrecha
To keep ignited a burning desire to avenge some past folly committed by someone, is harmful for you alone. At any point point of time, it is better to adopt compassion over hatred. Following is a poem by Manas Madrecha, that narrates how logical it is to seek Forgiveness from others and Forgive others on your part too.