Being a  Type 1 Diabetic since I was 7 years old, I've learnt that Life is meant to be lived. Cherish the exciting moments, and relish in all the brief moments of happiness, for death is inevitable.

I am here to live my life, and live it passionately.

My Bittersweet life serves as a vessel to project my passions, a clue in for the readers to what inspires me in this crazy world to live my life dealing with the complications that comes with it.

It has been an amazing journey, with every day bringing out something fascinating to learn, experiences I remember. 

I feel an urge to share my memories with the readers who can relate with what it feels like, to be considered the weakest link in the chain, where the Survival of the Fittest seems to be the mantra.




When I started working on this blog, I had a long series of sittings late into the night and early under the fading stars of the dawn. The profundity and range of experiences in my life mesmerized me.

Life is not always easy to follow, it requires greater skills than I possessed. I’ve always found it to be fresh and stimulating. There are complexities, imperfect metaphors, and subplots in every narrative of life, but gradually the unfolding of the bigger picture takes the form of a continuous discourse.

I mustered the courage to recollect such memories so I could pen them down before they were buried irretrievably under the sands of time.

I’m writing this blog for the ordinary people facing extraordinary challenges in life, an acknowledgment of the humblest and simplest people who surround us but with lesser known, not so simple complications in their lives. For anyone who’s struggling out there, this is a reminder that you’re not alone.

For myself, writing this blog has been like a journey of self-revelation and a pilgrimage.

Through this blog, I was blessed with the revelation that the real joy of living can be found by communicating with your inner self and knowing the immense source of hidden knowledge within yourself.

Many of you may never meet me in person, but I hope you will enjoy my company through this blog, and that we can be spiritual friends.

I had to go through a lot of turmoil weighing the intimate moments of my life and garnish it together so I could include only a few incidents that provide only a thumbnail sketch of my life. It is quite possible that the contribution of certain important people might have gone unrecorded for. 

I am solely responsible for such shortcomings, which are of course completely unintentional.



                                                                      -Ravneet Kaur

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