Gratis Tales

Recollection writings - to tell, to share and to reach.

Paradise found – by the sea

Even after having lived in Mumbai for a really long time, I missed the wanderlust beach weekend visit to the phenomenal and chilling city of Goa. I’d heard many stories and was excited for the fact that I was finally… Continue reading →

Silent words

Torn between saying what I think and looking to what I say Like fire and matches, it is dangerous, but I like the words with which you play  They touch my soul in so may ways I apologise to be… Continue reading →

The heart in you that’s free

                   

Love, what is it?

  Love has taught me not to look for it but to find its presence It has shown me the dullness in its absence It is not perfect and doesn’t aim to be It is like you and me and… Continue reading →

Embrace your faith

Embrace your faith   He told me he made the mountains and the oceans so vast It was in the deepest of my thoughts that I saw the façade Some have given me answers that are definitive While some speak… Continue reading →

You-know-you

Be the You, that you are already capable of being, but need help refining, re-directing, re-focusing on. And getting to it, unlocking, unleashing, being braver, nurturing yourself by tending to your needs, unspoken feelings – thoughts and patterns. Starting your… Continue reading →

8 Exclusive, thought-provoking and stunning quotes from arbitrary sources💭

“Love in any relationship, family or an intimate friendship, is only about putting the other person’s needs ahead of your own, and that, my friend, is just as simple and as complex as you make it” “Each day that you… Continue reading →

Siem Reap, Kingdom of Cambodia – city of ruins, reptiles and reapers

The month of July was remarkably hot in the city that constitutes the locals (Khmers) who are extremely amiable and luscious-talking people. I (along with my family) was picked up in a 10-seater van sent by Somadevi resorts and spa… Continue reading →

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