Welcome to Mindeology


“I have a dream, a song to sing
To help me cope with anything
If you see the wonder of a fairy tale
You can take the future even if you fail
I believe in angels
Something good in everything I see
I believe in angels
When I know the time is right for me
I’ll cross the stream – I have a dream”

Yes, I still do believe in angels and the bright promises of uptopia because, no matter how old we grow, we continue nurturing that child in us, who wants to believe in figments and fantasies; a belief that even if the going gets hard, there will always be room for a ‘ happily ever after’.

As days have unfolded, a part of me has conflicted to choose between the harshness of reality and the comfort of fairy tales. And it is this asperity that heightens me to believe that I need the umbrella of a fairy tale to foretell that a brighter path still awaits and belive in subtle magics of life.

Mindeology is my this journal, that I fill with careless thoughts and cherished memories that keeps pouring in, day in and day out. Thoughts that are conflicting, thoughts that are fictive, dreamlike, or even part of my own notions. Any moment or juncture, that stirs me from within, is what brings me to unfold in this space, that I dearly call as ‘Mindeology’.

And so I say, am no novelist, but my words are an extension of my heartfelt. This blog is my chance to remain connected with myself and not get cast away in the drills of daily life. And each time that life blesses me with a new chapter, a whisk of words adds up to my sustenance and serenity. This is why I am here.


12 Replies to “Welcome to Mindeology”

  1. Hello, Thank you for liking my post. I was reading your About page and I want you to know that I liked many things about this page. You have used the Baskerville theme. Baskerville also happens to be my favorite font. I enjoyed reading this line “to remain connected with myself and not get cast away in the customary routines of daily life.” That is such a beautiful way to putting it. I also liked the phrase “the whisk of words”. I too have experienced at times a similar feeling where words seem to flow through my mind at high speed. Your words express that feeling so aptly.

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    1. Dear Philip,
      First of all thank you for taking out the time and reading the page and also for appreciating that.
      Yes, true at times there is no words and at times its just like a river of words.:) I believe its same for all of us. 🙂


  2. Hello !
    As I promised I took a look at your blog to give you a feedback, and I have to say that I haven’t found much things to change ! 🙂 I’m no professional blogger so my opinion might not be so important but I think your blog if very ergonomic and it’s easy to go from one article to another thanks to the menu and categories that you seem to manage very well. Maybe I wouldn’t put as many things on the sidebar, you know, so that your readers attention wouldn’t be distracted by the things that could be less important and they would focus on your latest posts or the follow button for example. But that’s honestly not a big deal. Your photos are pretty and it makes your articles so much more enjoyable ! Keep doing what you do, your blog is great ! xx


    1. Hey Emma,
      Thank you so much for taking out the time to go through my blog and for analysing it from a reader’s perspective. Yes, it does matter a lot to me.😊 I am new to the blogging world and feedback helps.😊
      Glad to know that am somewhere on track and yes for sure I will take care of the side bars keeping your input in mind.😊
      Thank u so much.. Sending you warm hugs..have a great weekend.😊

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  3. Blogging for me is not about writing a great literary “piece”.

    It is all about sharing your thoughts and perspectives / paradigms.

    I am OK with the idea that I write nonsense / crap.

    Million dollar Q :

    Then why others should read it ?

    One good reason is : I also read them and their……!!.

    Right ? !!

    Hence no feed back is required.
    My wife is my wife… feed back or… no feed back !!

    In the process I have read one or two great “reads” without paying for it.

    And I have found one and half…great fans.

    Fair enough !!


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