Tag Archives: prejudice

When people are running do you run in the middle?

By | March 24, 2019

“When people are running, you should run in the middle” It’s a proverb actually meaning ‘one must strive to assimilate to the norm’. Maybe it’s another prejudice wall built in the minds of people asking to change yourself when everyone around you is changing. And people easily fall in to that just to avoid that “awkward”… Read More »

Conflict between felt and displayed emotions

By | February 16, 2018

Recently I read a story of a revolutionist [or I am not sure if it was a film] who wore white dresses only always. When she was about to die, she asked for a green jacket. People thought she has become crazy due to illness and ignored her wish. She died without fulfilling her wish.… Read More »

Society presumptions

By | December 27, 2016

She 1: I would like to do that She 2: Oh such a silly thing…. She 3: Leave it yaar…this is not how it has to be. She 1: Should I leave it..? She 4: You should not leave it, only because of these words. It could be silly or not, thoughtful or not, but… Read More »

Prejudice Barriers, ആരാ വിധിച്ചത്?

By | December 2, 2016

“It is like that” “Do it as such” Many a times we hear these kinda words. And we let ourselves to be ruled by those prejudiced notions. We are not born to be stereotyped, but somehow got tuned in that way. And very rarely a counter question is asked “why is it like that?” Okay,… Read More »