Ghosting—the sudden disappearance of someone significant in our lives—moves beyond love to infiltrate friendships. This article explores how this digital phenomenon creates an emotional void, leaving messages unanswered and questions unresolved, and how it affects our human interactions.
Within the soul’s depths, friendship stands as a secret altar, a dance of intertwined spirits. It’s a cosmic whisper linking fates, a mystical spell woven into the universe’s threads. Friendship is an esoteric journey towards mutual understanding, where each heart mirrors the other, reflecting the light of unconditional love.
The General Assembly decreed 2011 the International Day of Friendship with the objective that peoples, countries, cultures and individuals can build bonds of peace and have the possibility of building bridges between communities.
The era of social networks confronts us with the dichotomy between quantity and quality in friendships. How to distinguish the genuine from the superficial? We spoke with psychologists and sociologists to explore the essence of authentic friendship and how to nurture it in an interconnected world.
The grandeur of Akbar and the calmness of Birbal face unpredictable destiny. As the jungle surrounds them, a series of choices and events reveal that in life, what seems to be a misfortune can actually be a hidden blessing.
The Elder and The Great Oak is a testament to this journey, where a stalwart tree and a man grow, live, and evolve side by side. It’s a tale that, beyond its words, speaks of gratitude, unyielding love, and shared moments beneath an ever-shifting sky.
Friendship is a potent bond that transcends societal barriers and superficial looks. Through the poignant tale of a soldier, we see how genuine friendship can illuminate our lives, underscoring the importance of acceptance and unconditional love.
In a land of endless dunes and vast, clear skies, two friends, Nadir and Samir, embark on a journey that challenges their bond. Faced with the desert’s adversities and the raw emotions of humanity, they learn that memories can be as fleeting as sand or as enduring as stone.