our people must make room to allow diversity in the leadership we look up to. Being bilingual is not more important than character and competency. Make space for second-generation leadership and be proud of the inter-generational community we carry.
Ever since I wrote my first piece here, it feels like ages since I’ve written a post referencing back to the origins as to why I decided… Read more “A Forever ‘American Born Proud Desi’”
The issues I will talk about are both temporal (generational, tradition vs. modernity) and spatial (geography, environment). First & Second Generation Indian-Americans are Indian and American, trying to balance… Read more “The Juxtaposition of Indian-American Culture”
Writing this post has been a struggle. I felt as if I completed the final piece, it would dot the “i’s” and cross the “t’s” making what… Read more “Life After Being In the Limelight”
What you see very much influences how you feel about yourself. It’s equally important that what you don’t see does the same.
I literally was in a state of shock to hear the news. I have no personal connections to this Goddess of a being, but to learn of… Read more “First Female Superstar No More”
The idea being an Indian-American can be confusing is quite the understatement. It’s a complex juxtaposition in which I feel certain aspects of my being do not… Read more “Living a “Hybrid” Life”
I believe most people wish to wake up and go to a job where they are excited to expel their creativity, improve their skills, and accomplish goals… Read more “Finding Your “Dream” Career”
Sometimes, it’s just a manner of forgetting what you feel and remembering what you deserve… In reflection of this quote, I came to the idea of… Read more “It’s Time to Self-Love”
“Maturity is learning to walk away from people and situations that threaten your peace of mind, self-respect, values, morals, or self-worth.” Whoever said/wrote this quote is definitely… Read more “Walking Tall & Walking Away…”