The sky is grey these days, and I see very little of the sun. The past week or so have been the same – morning schedules, trying to eat right, rushing from one thing to another and ending the day with a little bit of reading. The funny thing is – I actually do enjoy… Read More Oh, Rains, How I Love Thee
For the most part, I try not to bother with news. It is either negative, or repetitive, or completely unnecessary. So when I see random news stories that are actually positive, I find myself smiling and finding something positive, generally is a rare occasion. Earlier when browsing through my flipboard, I came across a story… Read More Death, But Not By Nuclear War
It’ll be fine. Change is imminent, and sometimes change isn’t comfortable: People die, people get fired, people leave. While it may seem bleak now, it’ll be fine later. By no means are the emotions of grief and sorrow unnecessary, though. They make us understand what we value, they make us stronger, they make us human.… Read More You See, If We Have No Hope, We Have Nothing
At the end of my book, I published a list of ten must read books that everyone read if they want to expand their treasure chest of knowledge. My book touches upon a variety of subjects – History, Philsophy, Religion and a little bit of Human Psychology as well. So it’s no surprise that the… Read More Ten Must Read Books After You’ve Read ‘The Things We Don’t Know’
As the first batch of the books are being delivered, I continue to get messages from friends, family and strangers about how excited they are to read it, or that they love what they’ve read so far. It is truly great to hear some of these mentions – on instagram, twitter and facebook. As the… Read More Thank You: Everyone Who Helped Me Make This A Success!
That we are not perfect is widely accepted. Why else do we need to work towards the betterment of ourselves? Not that we all do it as much as we ought to, and in this busy world where there are a million things to do, it just gets harder. I came about this quote from… Read More An Ode To Death, Inspired By Bertrand Russell
Every person that I meet wants to read more. Two problems face us when it comes to reading. First, we don’t have enough time to read at all and second, when we do – there is so much to read and so little time. Conversely, We don’t spend as much time reading as we used to. This story… Read More Reading and the Three Golden Rules of Wisdom