Preventing the fall…

Test match cricket is in a spot of bother and we need to bring it out of troubled waters, but before we do that, we need to  accept the fact that test cricket does not suit the modern day generation. Well, I’m a traditionalist who loves the longest format of the game. The reason I love it is that test matches challenge each and every aspect of a player’s technique and character. But, there’s another side to it. As a spectator, I would certainly not go out with my family to watch a long day of test match cricket. A night out at a Twenty20 encounter is where I would perhaps go with my family. Continue reading “Preventing the fall…”

A state of misconceptions…

I have a  friend whose son is 15-16 years old. He is extremely lonely, depressed and suicidal. He finds it extremely difficult to socialize with people. His parents were more than concerned about him because on several occasions they ended of finding blade marks on his wrists. After trying everything, right from counselling to seeing a hakeem, they finally decided to consult a doctor. Continue reading “A state of misconceptions…”