I was once asked- What is your favourite emotion?

That was the first time I evaluated the range of emotions I experience everyday.
I realised the moment when I have a profound epiphany is by far the most riveting emotion I have experienced.

The moment when a single sentence or paragraph or dialogue or lyrics irk an alien thought inside your mind, that is the moment I live for. And that is the moment I want for everyone to experience and hence the inception of this blog The Journal Of Mokita.

Mokita translates into “A truth that everyone knows but no one says.”

The overarching theme of what I write about is philosophy, psychology and everything in between.

Thanks for reading.


3 thoughts on “About”

  1. You and I have much in common. We seem to understand humanity differently. We see the world in a different way. We see the bad, but we try to fix it so that we, as humans, can be better than before. We also try to explain what is wrong, but we then try to let the world know how to fix itself.

    From what I have seen from my statistics, are you from India? It is humbling to know that I am not the only one who sees the world the way I do. From what I have read on your blog, it seems that you and I share the same vision. We are not the only ones, so we must find others who see the world in this way so that together, we can truly change the world.

    Thank you for following my blog Humanity Has Hope. It would be a great pleasure to hear from you again.

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  2. Hi Elia, Thank you for taking the time out to post a comment:) I’ve gone through your blog and yes it does seem that we have the tonality in common. Hope you enjoy reading and find something of use here.
    Thanks for stopping by!


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