Stronger than your Storm

Exploring the unknown

One day, you’ll eventually understand life. You’ll get to know why it didn’t work out the first time you tried. You’ll learn to accept that things really happen for a reason. You’ll slowly appreciate the art of living in this world. You’ll be able to smile with the memories you’ve created.

You’ll learn to accept the mere fact that moving on is an ongoing process. That letting go is not a curse but rather a gift. That forgiving people doesn’t mean that you’re giving the chance to hurt you again but rather giving them an opportunity to redeem themselves. That trusting again is not as hard as it seems to be. That loving is not as painful as it is supposed to be. There is always something out of nothing. There is always a rainbow after the rain. There’s this bright morning after your darkest night. There’s a big smile…

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Thank You | Our Blog Milestone

Thank You to Readers for 500 Likes and 100 Follows

This is a big thank you to all the followers and readers of the blog who made this achievement possible. Thank you for your continued support. Hoping to keep giving you value and enriching your mind and heart.

Cheers and have a great day!


Toshiro Cotta from ReVitellect

How to Stop Dreaming (And Start Achieving!)

It’s easy to get caught in the trap of dreaming too much. Dreaming is good. It helps you visualise what you want. But dreams alone won’t lead you to success. In fact, they’ll steal it from you!

So in this video, we’re gonna use the help of Philosophy and some of my own rationalisation to help you overcome this bad habit!

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Best wishes,

Toshiro Cotta from ReVitellect


A poem about a river in Goa, India – the Mandovi. Brought to life by a 6th grade student. Lovely read!

Talent On Legs

 Mandovi By Nilay Jitendra Adkonkar

I look at her everyday,

But to describe her, there’s no way.

Overwhelmed by her dying beauty,

I bow down to her and scream: 

We are all alive. 

The sound of waves,

The perennial flow, 

Holding a treasure within herself,

Giving life to many,

Sometimes restless.

Sometimes calm and cold.

Beautified by plants and birds.

Coming to life at the crack of dawn.

Dressed with sliver ornaments in the moonlight,

Changed to golden in the evening. 

At places she is called Mhadei,

And at places she is called Mandovi. 

We are all alive,

Because she is alive.

But for how long? 

AboutNilay Adkonkar:

Nilay is a class 6 student at Sunshine Worldwide School. He loves writing, reading, football and everything about space. When asked, ‘what do you want to do when you grow up?’ Nilay hopped with joy at the very thought of his…

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How to Make Friends and Be an Influencer!


Have trouble socialising? Want to be more influential and liked by others? Well, now you can!

You might think that being sociable and likeable is just an inborn thing. Oh, you know, only extroverts know all of that stuff…

Well, you’re wrong!

Socialising and getting people to like you is as much a skill as any!

Sure, some people may be more gifted. Some get the hang of it sooner…

But that doesn’t mean you can’t pick it up yourself!

So stick with me and I’ll teach you the basic principles for making friends and being an influencer liked by all!

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5 Reasons You Need to Start Creating Today!

Create Today!

Have you ever had a cool idea but were too afraid to express it? Maybe it would be called stupid. Maybe nobody would relate to it or like it?

These fears are normal, of course, and can sometimes come true. But regardless, I think that if you have an idea, you need to express it! (Whether personally or to the public)

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Your Content Is Like Your Child… Let It Shine on Its Own!

Progress Over Perfection

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As creatives, we tend to treat our work like our child. We nurture it the best we can and hope that it does well. But sometimes, we nurture it excessively and don’t let it shine on its own. We fear that the effort we put in may not be enough and our child may not be at its best. So we keep trying to make it better.

Does this sound like something you do? Well, I can totally relate. I experience that a lot of times. In fact, I’ve been going through that a lot recently, which is why I haven’t been posting as frequently as I used to.

So I thought I’d just whip open the editor and start hitting the keys till I produced another successful child for you guys. But before I was able to do that, I faced crippling thoughts about how the time needed to be right and my article needed to be great, etc. And that stopped me from even getting started.

But even once you begin, you’re faced with the Procrastination Monster that holds you back from completing your projects. And this big fella is controlled by a persistent tamer called Your Inner Critic. You know, that voice that critiques you about every little thing and settles for nothing less than perfection.

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