Oliver Sacks (9 July 1933 to 30 August 30, 2015) one of the great author of American history, professor of neurology and physician, had written about the creative element of an artist and thinker. He was one of the alone personalities of his time and never married and lived alone most of his life. As he said that creative Elements of an artist start from Imitating something in the process of being creative. An artist has to imitate something to get originality of his creative work. Read more
Globalization, arguably, has to be the most confounded paradox staring into the face of a seamlessly interconnected humanity (a factor in itself an inescapable outcome of globalization). Reviled and Revered, loathed and lauded, and most importantly misperceived and misjudged, globalization has spawned what has to be one of the most topical, vigorous, and unending debates in the history of economics and trade. Read more
A child servant rings the doorbell of his master’s house and runs away back into his servant quarter. This minute act of coercion is rather fit to be named as mischief than rebellion. Eqbal Ahmad, in his essay, From Potato Sack to Potato Mash: The Contemporary Crisis of the Third World, calls this retaliatory behavior against the benefice; a limbo, hanging between the idea of a revolution and an actual one. Read more
As we are getting close to 14th February, I wanted to write about love, compassion, compatibility and romance. This Japanese film is the perfect piece of art and I feel it is important to let the people know about this greatest love story on a celluloid. Read more
Blogging is for life! It’s not something you can start now and then decide to stop in a few months or even a few years time. If that’s the case, don’t start a blog?
Blogging is a lifetime commitment, it’s also a constant process of learning and adapting. Whether you blog for business or for pleasure, the learning never stops. Read more
Rupi Kaur’s milk and honey has been a New York Times Bestseller for long time, it is one of her preliminary works, and the book is a collection of poetry and prose. A 24-year-old Canadian writer of Indian ancestry has housed her times of kick in this piece of art. Read more
“An unsuitable boy” the title of this book is the most suitable one for its content. My sister gifted me this autobiography before I got into a train to my hometown. During the journey I started reading the book. Most autobiographies I have read in the past had a certain pattern, celebrities just share their experiences and some funny incidents, but this book is an opening door into KJO’s mind, his thought process. From his childhood to his thoughts on the surrogate parenthood, this book has been written with the most honest heart!