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Welcome to True Mirror!

True Mirror is an opportunity for every student at HUS to share their reflections to the community.

Sometimes we find ourselves with thoughts that bother us so much that we tend to write them down because we cannot express them any other way, not everyone listens and understands. When we do write our thoughts down, we don’t care about others, and we write them without the fear of being judged. Writing relieves the pressure that causes you to constantly think about it and sometimes it even provides you with clarity on the importance of your thoughts. It is therapeutic as it’s of personal significance. What if you could create a social impact with your thoughts?

Not everyone writes about how they feel. They find it strange to write down their thoughts and restrict their thoughts to themselves. They lose the tranquillity that they would attain by putting their restless thoughts down on paper. The feeling of loneliness engulfs, but the truth is that you are not actually going through this alone. When you share your thoughts, problems, and experiences in True Mirror, you help individuals and create a feeling of heartfelt solidarity because the proximity of these thoughts are very close to our lives. 

True mirror is a place where you can share your thoughts, opinions, perspectives, and experiences. You can send your reflections in the form of an article to any of the given emails below. If you prefer to share your thoughts anonymously, please mention it. 

We hope that this helps create a great impact and helps someone in need.

Sincerely,

Kumaraguru, Rahul, and Abinaya
True Mirror Team


Our emails:

Abinaya – abinaya.vina@huschennai.in

Rahul – rahul.vanitha@huschennai.in

Kumaraguru – kumaraguru.s@huschennai.in




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