Kapil Muzumdar

I am an unconventional thinker, writer, learner, teacher, advisor, philosopher and mentor all rolled into one title. A storyteller.
I am here because am a writer who loves to write stories with narratives that can lure, urge, stir, sway, cure or do nothing!
My first book 'the coffee and the cola' explores traits in women and its similarities to the properties of the two beverages. You can know more visiting www.thecoffeeandthecola.com
  • The Power of Good
    Kapil Muzumdar | 02-Jun-2017
    “Keep the heart in the right place. Everything else follows”  Good initiation makes you do good work. Good work brings good people. Good people together do good jobs. Several good jobs bring good productivity. Good productivity makes a good profit. Good profits make a good company. Several good companies make a good industry. Many good industries make a good economy. Good economy makes a good nation. Several good nations make up for a great world. An ideal ecosystem always thrives. The road to being great is in the many small, tiny good’s we make and take along…
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  • Kapil Muzumdar | 05-Jun-2017
    Life is truly a wonderful blessing. And perhaps the larger blessing comes in a cast of being imperfect. I agree nobody is perfect on this earth. But the imperfections that I am talking about are different. Flaws or imperfections that do not bulge out in the open but are constantly played in your mind and restricted to your own self. And perhaps to some close ones. Being aware of your imperfections I believe keeps you alert. It does perpetrate a certain degree of under confidence because not always do you find yourself in command or sure of things around. But I guess that tends you to perform better. For some, worse too. Nevertheless. It’s okay to be like that. I am and have no qualms in admitting. And I guess at some point you begin to get comfortable talking about it. When the need arises that is. Courage befriends you easily being flaw-full. But I must admit that age and maturity make you embrace it. You aren’t the same as a teenager or even as a young adult. You either don’t recognize o
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  • Kapil Muzumdar | 07-Jun-2017
    For her...true love in a relationship is... when her man trespasses her email account...she gets a notification...reads...and...suspects it is him... yet doesn't change her password...   To her man, it strikes much later that he indeed misstepped... she never utters a word about this...and he never makes the guts to admit ever... but he learns his lesson...and falls in love with her yet again...this time for real!   He keeps the guilt. She keeps the relation. 
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  • Kapil Muzumdar | 11-Jun-2017
    We are concerned that computers are being made to perform like humans..taking away our tasks..rendering us jobless. Chayla, we must be more concerned that human beings are performing like computers. Artificial, plastic, mechanical, boringly rational and so predictably logical. 😉😄🤓
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  • Kapil Muzumdar | 13-Jun-2017
    A relationship takes an unpleasant turn when one can't remember and the other can't forget!
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  • Kapil Muzumdar | 13-Jun-2017
    How we view Struggle... When we aim for something, we generally achieve it after some struggle. In the case of a luckier few, the struggle is lesser or close to none and in the case of the luckiest others, it is a hard and strenuous. The ones who live through the extravagance of the struggle earlier in their career are generally stronger and get blessed with resilience. They get psychologically prepared for those tougher moments that their career may bring and learn to remain sane in the easier times they meet up with. Many differ from the point of view that regards struggle as a blessing. And some consider that favor. But yes it is no good to embrace it and no bad to shun it either. But fruits ripened in the toil are always sweeter. Sweat assures you’d never go dry!
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  • Kapil Muzumdar | 20-Jun-2017
    "Remind yourself that your life stands on the labor of others. You might be thinking you alone made it but the fact is you didn't. And you simply cannot. For whatever you do, you need the help of others to make good of what you've set out to do. Life, in your success, shall always remain the gift of others and in your failure, a gift you owe yourself"
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  • Kapil Muzumdar | 28-Jun-2017
    They say opposites attract, so can (how) two diametrically opposite natured individuals come (live) together (happily)? I am talking about people with elaborative polar differences. The fascination towards something different than who you are sounds utterly exciting and the two get drawn to each other easily to help foster a relationship. Like, he believes in frugality, she is extravagant. She is generous while he stingy. She is high-energy and he is supposedly laid back. He loves reading while she would consume her day chattering. Add to this, their diverse ‘socio-economic’ backgrounds and friend circle. So opposites beyond magnets could attract…hmm. Well, human nature to grain on anything new, different or farther from own self is a notable & aspirational trait. It’s a natural human instinct to discover. We are kind of hard-wired for this. And that works here too! Moreover, to be identical or grossly similar could perhaps be utterly boring… Frankly, it is difficult
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  • Kapil Muzumdar | 14-Sep-2017
    So don't be restless and impatient to run simply because others are ready and running. You take your time to build your own charm. Your charm shall always be unique because it is your own. And when you begin running, they'll falter, not because there's anything wrong with them, but because they found you more right than they thought you could ever be!  
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  • What is the writing life?
    Kapil Muzumdar | 28-Sep-2017
    There is the clutter gathering in the deep drawers of your mind. Some of it makes sense, some other utter nonsense. You put pen to paper or fingers to keyboard. And words begin to spew themselves out. You let the mind wander and in an utter ramble. As the roam extends, the layers begin to appear. Each layer is demanding you to transgress your own boundaries. Fly or simply walk the extra mile. Push yourself to the hilt. You begin to feel the words. Your hands begin to work magic. Magic not just in words, but in the essence too. Essence, which is now prepared to persevere. Endure your heart till it ends. As you see the end near, you want to dip into the middle. Again. The middle is fingered. So the start gets altered. Back to the ending, that now seems mature. But it’s never the end really. Peeping through the end, there is a sweet beginning hinting. Another one. Ready to wear a new garb on the same old body. But you know, for now, this is where this spectacle ends. The other can wait. Just a while&hellip
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