A Dead End Job is the End of the World

“Maa, I don’t think I can take this job any longer,” Avani said in almost a whisper.

“Why do you think that is?” Anamika, her mother, used the well-rehearsed question that she had learned from watching too many series/movies involving therapy.

“Mom, cut it out! I am very serious here.”

“And honey, I have never been more serious in my whole life. You think everybody else is ecstatic in their lives. A job is just that: a job. You are lucky you have a job. Do you know how many people would kill for your life?”

Book Review: The Suitable Inheritor by Pushpendra Mehta

The Suitable Inheritor by Pushpendra Mehta explores on an age-old dilemma of ‘work for money vs. work for passion’ in a fascinating story. Michael Elliott is a relationship coach who lives in Chicago. On receiving an invitation to Lima to speak to the younger clients of Andrew Smith, the owner of a relationship-coaching enterprise, Michael grabs this…