The Needle

Image Credit - Karolina Grabowska on Pexels.com The Needle Hospital scent overwhelmed his nostrils as he waited for his turn.  A scratch from a rusted surface forced the blood dripping out of his forearms, leading to this unpleasant visit. After enduring a 15 minutes wait, he was called inside.  Even though on the verge of … Continue reading The Needle

The Bounty Hunter

Image Credit - icon0.com on Pexels.com The last turn took him to the lonely trail flanked with large trees competing to tower over each other. He walked cautiously in the dark; the torchlight flickering with every step forward. A gust of cold breeze suddenly blew away his hat, orphaning the bald pate to negotiate the … Continue reading The Bounty Hunter

Delayed Train

Image Credit - Pixabay on Pexels.com Eyes droop, while shoulders slide down mimicking every passing second.  Three people left the seat next to him as they waited for their train, his head resting on their shoulders even after being pushed away after every 30 seconds.  Irritated, they finally decided to let go. The short man, … Continue reading Delayed Train

Survival

Image Credit - Gelgas Airlangga on Pexels.com The little plant stood meekly shaded by the giant tree. The thick foliage of the huge tree prevented the little one from getting any sunlight absorbing most of it, there was no way he could fight, trying to manage with whatever it could get during the strong breeze, … Continue reading Survival

The Zeigarnik Effect – How incomplete tasks improve our memory or do they?

Image Credit - Mat Brown on Pexels.com Have you heard of the Zeigarnik effect? If not, then read on! It’s your birthday and deciding to give a treat to your friends; you take them to a fancy restaurant.  The place and the ambience are beautiful, and everyone soon gets comfortable in their seats. As you … Continue reading The Zeigarnik Effect – How incomplete tasks improve our memory or do they?