“To be, or not to be, that is the question.” If you are an admirer of Shakespeare’s plays, you’re sure to have heard this soliloquy. It is, of course, a phrase from one of his … Continue reading Shakespeare and his Ideology
An endless bridge, covered within the mystic fogs and the trees in distance. Sound of the water crashing against the rocks in the shallow depths of the river beneath. How often do we get to … Continue reading Country Roads
“Even as I was born, my death began its walk. It is walking toward me, unhurrying.” Have you ever read a book you loved so much that it left an emptiness in your life when … Continue reading Beyond Death
insulaphilia (n): a love of islands Even as we approached the Port Blair airport, I fell in love with the serene blue waters, stroked with sea-green as if painted in oil by a dry … Continue reading Vacation Blues
When we talk about birds, we generally consider pigeons to be the least clever ones, simply because they tend to make their nests in unprotected open areas, for instance, under air conditioning outlets. These birds … Continue reading Is this a Pathway to Evolution?
I think we’ve all met our celebrity crushes, won a lottery, lived a lavish lifestyle, and become famous. In our dreams, of course. And I mean it in a literal way. We’ve all had our … Continue reading What’s in a Dream?
If most of us recall last December, the only thing that comes to mind is the Industrial Visit. Well, at least for those who came. For those who missed this fun trip, I can guarantee … Continue reading The Northern Trippers
The human brain, being the curious little thing that it is, tends to constantly look for things that can be broken down, processed, and made to make sense, and when it comes across something that … Continue reading The Ideology of Ideation