Broken Beyond Repair

Note: This is the second blog in the My December series by Sahil. The post has been inspired by something Berlin Artparasites once shared on its Facebook page. Here’s an ode to the moment when you want to love someone, and it’s not that you don’t love them but… It’s not that I don’t love you, it’s just that this one time, I was in school, and my class teacher punished me for something I did not do. And she made everyone in the class come and shame-slap me.

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  What Is Winter, If Not The Way My Heart Aches For Your Touch?

Note: This is first in series of the myDecember Posts by LeanOnTree. Please do #ShowYourLove by sharing your selective entries with us at leanontreeblog@gmail.com. We’ll post the same on our blog. Remember, it’s a story. It’s life. Yours and Mine. Inspiration: #WeatherCheck #Berlin-ArtParasites Anyone who has lived in Delhi knows the extreme notes our weather may touch.

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  My December

Archive the year before it is over! LeanOnTree invites you to share you selected writings with us. The theme is December. What meanings do you attach to it? Celebrations? The closing? The beginning? The end? What feelings does December inspire in the depths of your soul? Euphoria? Christmas? Gratitude? Gloom? Nostalgia? Joy? Melancholy? Indifference? The meaning can be as varied and so can the write-ups. What we are looking for is for you to be emotionally naked!

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  Tarun Gidwani: The Guy with a Signboard and a Purpose

Among the vast sea of Facebook posts one day, we chanced upon this amazing human, thanks to the Logical Indian. What followed was the “perfect one-time phenomenon of life” as Tarun himself puts it.A little curiosity and shamelessness on our part, led us to having an amazing conversation with this kind random stranger who likes to carry the “You’re Perfect” signboard on the streets!

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  "You're Perfect! And Good At It!" - Tarun Gidwani!

When we first heard of his “You’re Perfect” campaign, we fell in love with the idea so much so, that we decided to interview this kind stranger. Few exchange of emails revealed a beautiful composition, hither to kept under the wraps. After soliciting unequivocal consent, we bring you Tarun Gidwani’s contribution to LEANONTREE. You're perfect. How does it matter what the living or dead people say about how this should be?

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