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Everybody loves Coke Studio, which is why I very excited for T-Series's "Mixtape", because I am being very honest when I say the songs are PRETTY DAMN BEAUTIFUL. Music has a way to our hearts, to cross boundaries of language and age, to become a part of everyone's experience. These songs will do exactly that, but more. The beautiful harmonies will cling to your soul. Don't listen to me, listen to them.

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"What a desperate, pathetic fool I was. Time after time, my "friends" had shown me their true colors. Yet, I still wanted to believe that they were sorry for causing me pain."

- Jodee Blanco, Please Stop Laughing At Me: One Woman's Inspirational Story
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There's something about beautifully woven words. Some people just have that magic in their souls, the talent to lay out the rawest of truths and spin them into poetry. Persian poet Hafez, or Khwāja Shams-ud-Dīn Muḥammad Ḥāfeẓ-e Shīrāzī (woah, right!) was one of those gifted people. He said things all of us wanted to hear, and to this day, we cherish them.

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Growing up, selfishness was always a quality that was frowned upon. Every Disney princess was defined by her selflessness, by the sacrifices she made. And every romcom had people sacrificing their happiness for each other all the time. And most of us try growing up selfless.

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Commitment, when you've found the right person, isn't scary. There's a sense of calm that comes with knowing that your heart has now found a home, that you've found your 'person', that your soul has found its mate. And what better way to celebrate the rest of your life than to get something permanent? And no, I'm not talking about a wedding. I'm talking about a tattoo - those often subtle reminders of your love that'll stick by through thick and thin.

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23 Adorable Moments Of Simple, Everyday Love... Illustrated

A husband draws the little moments of love he has with his wife.

Pascal Campion, an artist based in Burbank, California, finds his muse in his wife. His drawings capture moments of simple, everyday beauty. From pillow fights to spending Sundays cooking quick dinners, from warm hugs to holding hands and watching the stars, he possesses the quality to slow time down and make us feel grateful for ordinary miracles.

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23 Iconic Indian Ad Jingles That'll Take You Back To The Good Old Days

'Kyuki har ek friend zaroori hota hai!'

If someone were to ask me to sing aloud the 'Vicco Turmeric' ad right now, I can recite it in a single breath. Putting aside all the conditioning plus brainwashing that some ads do, there are a few special jingles that have just somehow stuck with us through childhood (and more recent time, for some). You would expect to have forgotten them, but surprise! You can still sing them, word for word.

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I always thought weddings made for exhausting evenings of fake-smiling in uncomfortable clothes. Or at least that's what I learned from well...every romantic comedy EVER. But then the internet proved me wrong. Of course, I haven't gotten married yet, but I'm guessing that it's not all fake smiles. That the hopeless, romantic part of romantic-comedies...well that's true. Of course, I also learned that almost everything's better in black and white. Even true love.

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To My Papa, Thank You For Being Who You’ve Always Been

You're the whole world.

Strangely enough, we don't say the things that matter most. Then again, I suppose it is because we are too afraid to let our emotions show. Too afraid to say things out loud, as if we fear it'll jinx it. But something about you is more powerful than that, so here I am, Papa.

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I always worshipped Monica and Chandler as a TV couple. Not because they looked cute together or because they had those big, romantic moments. But because they were... real. Because they were goofy, raw and yes - unsexy. They were, quite simply, soulmates. And as I grew up, I realised that this is what true love is. It's raw romance. It's unplanned, spontaneous moments that give you the butterflies. It's fighting for what you have. It's the unsexiest moments that you wouldn't change for the world.

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