I’ve grown to realize when working in organizations, it’s tough for individuals like myself to stand up for ourselves and what we believe in due to certain gaps – cultural, generational, egotistical, etc.
Whenever someone asks me “What are you?”, I once hesitated to answer… pretending to be unaware of the underlying question they’re asking (What ethnicity are you?), I… Read more “ABPD Diaries: In Full Bloom”
A scary thought – isn’t it? Being vulnerable leaves you to being exposed in who knows what forms. The fear of others seeing us in our most… Read more “The Art Of Being Vulnerable”
The struggle to be an actor in Hollywood is real, and if you’re a considered to be a part of the minority set then the fact that… Read more “Peeling Away the Discrimination of Actors in Hollywood”
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After immersing myself with the culture(s) of the entertainment industry, my eyes started to skim around and the realization I was the only person of an ethnic… Read more “The “Creative” Diaspora Problem of the Workplace”
I’m sure by glancing at the title, several eyebrows have been risen and various preconceived judgments have been formed. For several days, I have been nagged about… Read more “Being Considered a “Disappointment””
As the groovy South Indian artist Rinosh George lyrically puts it: “I’m from the southern part of India, and yes I’m a Malayalee. Kerala is the state… Read more “Onam: The Forgotten Meaning Behind This Beautiful Mythology”
Something about that particular day was off, yet at the same time, so normal. I’m sure everything about that day would have been routine- waking up, going… Read more “The Mass Awakening of the World…9/11”
Going to church was never a regular habit growing up, partially because as a Malayalee, my parents wanted us to go to a Malayalee church, which several… Read more “A Crisis In Faith- The Church and Me”