There is something about an abandoned building that gives us all the creeps. So much so, that most of us (the smart ones at least) wouldn’t dare step foot in an abandoned building if someone paid us to. Nevertheless, both children and adults choose to explore abandoned grounds on a daily basis, and while they
Is empathy dead? Empathy, a noun, is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. This emotion helps us form our various relationships; how we correlate with our professional colleagues, what makes us stick to our friends and family, why we like to say hello to certain people and why we ignore some.
Unknown side of Kerala Kerala is considered to be one of the most educated and progressive state of India. However, around 150 years ago it reeked of an inhuman social evil. At that time, lower caste women in (the then) Travancore district of Kerala were not allowed to cover their upper body. It was almost
There are two types of people in this world. One who has the habit of cribbing about everything and second, who settle down peacefully with whatever they have been provided with. This story, of a Columbian couple, who lives in a sewer without any worldly comforts falls in the latter. “Home Sweet Home” is a
Twenty-Three Years After His Disappearance The Mystery Was Solved! Hidden Financial Issues That Spring, Richard contacted his son Matthew for his 10th birthday when he sent a card that contained a fifty-dollar bill. A few months later, he did the same for his son Douglas’ seventh birthday. This became the last time they ever heard
Ekhlas was 14 when Isis militants raided village in northern Iraq, killing men and kidnapping women and girls. A 16-year-old Iraqi girl who now lives in Germany has recalled the ordeal she went through after the ISIS terror group kidnapped her and kept her as a sex slave in Iraq for six months. Ekhlas is from