Q: “Why did you start writing?” Me: “Because it gives me joy.” Q: “If it gives you joy, is it an easy thing to do?” Me: “No, it isn't.” Both are questions that people have asked me in the near past. Why did I start writing? Because I love the process, I enjoy it thoroughly. … Continue reading Finding Comfort in Discomfort
I'm sure you have asked yourself this question many times. There's some variation of this question that visits me every day - What is it that drives a person? What is it that enables us to act? Why do we create? Why do we industrialise? Riding at the coattails of these questions are a few answers … Continue reading The Purpose That Drives Us
The past few months have borne witness to large swaths of human population being asked to stay at home or shelter in place. In some parts of the world - total lockdown. This was unimaginable a few months ago. As a consequence heated discussions arose about an alarming situation - where our bodies are not … Continue reading 7.8 Billion People. And Thoughts? Not So Many.
It was 20 years ago, in June, 2000. My mother was waging a war against breast cancer. She had completed her last chemotherapy session. It was a victory of sorts. As expected the White Blood Cell count dropped a couple of days post the session and she developed a fever. The tens of hundreds of trips … Continue reading Expectation – Life’s Largest Denominator