When Words Speak

Away with Hemingway

When you are in a mood to take a walk alone with your mind I truly recommend to you the books written by Hemingway, cause he has such a simple way of writing that you can’t resist reading. For me... Continue Reading →


Why I Read

When  I seek for company, I look for pleasure When I seek for pleasure, I look for knowledge When I seek for knowledge, I look for culture When I seek for culture, I look for words When I seek for... Continue Reading →

I am free and that’s why I’m lost

I move around day-by-day Without a worry in sight I wish my days do move away As a calm and wondrous sight For all I am and I can be I sift so free and light As for all you... Continue Reading →

Into the world of relativity…

It was astounding even to read a book which gave a brief description of the relativity theory proposed by Dr. Albert Einstein. The introduction of curved space reality within the realm of classical physics came as a severe blow to... Continue Reading →

Deep into the mystery of time

“The ultimate triumph of human reason would be to answer the question of why everything exists, as for then we would know the mind of God” - Stephan HawkingThe book 'A brief history of time' is a record of wonder... Continue Reading →

Fullerenes a.k.a Bucky Balls

Carbon is considered to be one of the most fascinating elements in this world. From the most precious substance to the most fundamental element of life it remains to be one of the basic building blocks in this world. The... Continue Reading →

Getting lost in yourself

Yes, everybody can get lost in themselves. You can travel far and wide in yourself without anybody questioning you, without any strings attached, without any meaning, and even without moving a bit from where you are. Yes, I travel a... Continue Reading →

I wonder why, I wonder why, I wonder why I wonder!

Every question inside of us begins with a curiosity as like that of a child. We nurture it, protect it, and do all those things we can so that it yields to be fruitful. The question which confuses me here... Continue Reading →

Paul Kalanithi

There are some questions in life which can only be answered by experience rather than by mere observation and thought. It is in search of answers to such questions that Paul had lived throughout his life. The questions of meaning... Continue Reading →

Childhood memories

One among the most cherished memories of any person, in their entire life, must have to be the innocent period during their childhood days. Those days when '....[one] had no useful role to play in this world; and that old... Continue Reading →

The Philosopher Who Drank Poison

Today my little sister recommended me to read a book called 'Socrates' and was very enthusiastic while she gave the book to me. I believe that she hadn't read the book herself, yet I was very much amused with her... Continue Reading →

Being Simple

“Truth is rarely pure and never simple” - Oscar Wilde, The importance of being earnest Being able to speak the truth is so relieving and yet at times is so hard. Why is it so? Why is it that being... Continue Reading →

A Comment on Love

There was a question that had intrigued me recently from one of the reviews that I had read in Goodreads. The question was “what is love?” How simple a question isn’t it? But it is nevertheless the one that we... Continue Reading →

My friend from the past

Recently I read the book 'The diary of a Young Girl' which echoes the voice of Anne who was the victim of the holocaust during the WWII. In spite of all the suffering she endured she transforms herself into an... Continue Reading →

“Man is Condemned to be Free”

I quote these words by Sartre to evoke the most important realisation that everyone should make in their life. Freedom is the starting point of all that is said and done in this world. All our decisions, all that we... Continue Reading →

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