The way we speak often tends to be misinterpreted, and hence has adverse effects on our relationships. This miscommunication can be solved using simple remedies.
He in She; She in He: Gender that I didn’t know!
Self side of ‘me’ and self side of ‘others’ that is roller coaster ride! Because it has fear, rejection and afraid to face new challenges. This confusion was like understanding community and gender. Perhaps many go through such phase! Stories of inequalities have been doing rounds and will continue to do so. What if there was no gender classification like male & female? If this could be replaced with something more meaningful, what it could be? The solution to such arguments on equality is ‘facelift’, acceptance! I knew that I didn’t differentiate what gender someone is. Why did I do so? I knew that to understand oneself, one needs to embrace several things in life. Several things like appreciation, criticism, miscommunication, realign the relationships.
There is no gender free of another gender!
There is no gender is complete without the other!
Stay tuned for the talk!
The event TEDxMACE was held on 19 Jan 2018 in beautiful campus of MACE Cochin, Kerala. Kudos to the team of TEDxMACE for brining out fresh ideas! My stay with them will remain memorable!
6th TEDx Talk at TEDxIIESTShibpur, Kolkata. The talk was on ‘Umbilical Cord – A cord that will always remain’. Beautiful campus with energetic organisers who made the stay a memorable. Campus has a great history! Worth a stop by visit in Kolkata.
Thanks to the team TEDxIIESTShibpur team for the opportunity and QtPi Robotics team for the support! All glory to God!
TEDxUSMC is my third TEDx talk after TEDxIMUV (Vizag) and TEDxBITMWomen (Meerut). TEDxUSMC was held on Dec 02 at Johor Bahru, Malaysia. My first interaction from their team was with Mr. Lian Ming (Co-organiser) over the Skype. The discussion lasted for 1:30 hour he making several notes on the ideas that I presented. I should appreciate his patience to listen to each idea and appreciate them. After some days I was elated to see news of shortlist. Thanks to the Malaysian government for providing eVisa that made daunting tasks of documents and process. I choose Malaysian Airlines and nothing fell short of choosing it!
The TEDxUSMC team was courtesy to pick me at the airport and put me to the hotel. I was made feel at home. On Dec 1 team dinner was organised and I must thank them for taking care of vegetarians (like me ;)). I got to meet several other volunteers and team members who were pumped with energy for hosting first TEDx (live) at USMC.
It was wonderful event organised by them and indeed words fell short to thank them! I believe that they are going to grow stronger with more events to come.
With TEDxUSMC Team