Calf length dress
130 INR – boohoo.com

Christian Louboutin leather pumps
39,305 INR – net-a-porter.com

Cat purse
6,610 INR – zaful.com

Hamsa jewelry
164,070 INR – gorsuch.com

Wanderlust Co pendant jewelry
1,985 INR – revolve.com

Gold ring

Eye brow makeup
1,530 INR – etsy.com

Lime crime lipstick
1,335 INR – limecrime.com




Miguelina blue crop top
15,350 INR – intermixonline.com

Zimmermann zipper shorts
17,690 INR – zimmermannwear.com

Gianvito Rossi suede sandals
43,720 INR – matchesfashion.com

Vanessa mooney choker
1,935 INR – lulus.com

Lime crime lipstick
1,895 INR – amazon.com

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La Mania white wide leg jumpsuit
69,570 INR – matchesfashion.com

Oscar de la Renta pointed toe stiletto
40,215 INR – zappos.com

LULUS white hand bag
2,345 INR – lulus.com

Oscar de la Renta hinged bangle
34,900 INR – net-a-porter.com

Alex Monroe feather stud earrings
10,975 INR – shopbop.com

Fake necklace
280 INR – yoins.com

Lime crime lipstick
1,340 INR – dollskill.com

Dilemma…or delusion?

Nothing is easy…looking but not seeing, feeling everything but guilty, trying but not putting in enough efforts – that’s what I thought was easy. But when I started to see, I couldn’t just look; when I wanted to feel something but guilty, guilt drowned me; and when I started to put all the efforts in, I couldn’t just not put in all the efforts anymore. I could never go back to the things I thought were easy. I used to think that digging deeper was the answer. Well, in my experience, things often defied that belief. I wanted to just pass by and not look over my shoulder. That was unfortunately, too tempting. I looked back. When I looked over my shoulder, I saw, and I felt. I put in all of me out there. That wasn’t enough though. For the first time, I started to believe…to wholeheartedly have faith and wished for it so hard that moving mountains with bare hands would have been an easier and more reasonable wish. I am trying to still believe, but my faith is shaky, it’s doubtful and I feel like it’s impractical. Can you tell me if I should still keep moving? It’s a silly question, considering I probably won’t ever give up. But should I believe in it so much that it comes true? Or would that be too delusional?