I BE HEARD, BE SEEN!
BLURRING THE LINES t was quite heartening to read the article on gender benders ( Are you man enough to be in touch with femininity?, Feb 24). I consider myself blessed to have a husband who is open to sharing our household chores. Times may be changing,
I have long been a fan of Bikram Vohra’s humorous take on everyday life. It’s good to see him back in the magazine. I can now read the ‘ Last Word’ first!
The trouble with being an Unseen ( Feb 24) must have touched a chord in many hearts. But I sensed a hint of sadness behind the amusing depiction of Unseen’s failed attempts to draw attention — not least because I’ve experienced the same situation myself on many occasions.
we will Be in TOUCH with you SHORTLY.
I’ve realised that, perhaps, the reason that others don’t see us is because we don’t see ourselves! What I mean to say is: we often fail to accept and appreciate ourselves ‘ as we are’. And, in the process of imitating others, we lose our authenticity. This reflects in our body language making us ‘ Unseen’. If we treat ourselves with respect, the whole world is sure to do likewise.
Raj Jhajharia, by email