Slit – the tiniest hole through which only the light passes. You wouldn’t believe what a discovery the physicist made from it – The dual nature of light. But, more than that, it gave or still gives incredible artistries in the whitest of the light show. In the huge universe of shadow, someone has spotted… Read More Virtually Loved, Universally Incomplete
What is Version 1.0? We all have a unique kind of mannerism and the way to deal with things. Over the period of time, it instills in our body which is reflected to everyone – your friends, your family, your teacher, your guide, your love, your materialistic social anarchist co-worker, your talentless boss, your cheerleader… Read More Embedding Version 2.0 of Yourself, Break The Image
Around 3 months back, I went to an interview for a theatre teacher job. It was conducted by a recruitment agency for some international school. During the session, I used the word ‘Kids’. The interviewer immediately interrupted and asked me to use the word ‘child’ instead of ‘kid’ as their client (the school) was apparently… Read More How to Become A Kid – A Guidebook From An Artist
There are a million reasons that you delay your work and ‘busy’ is not one of them. This morning when I was about to finish the after-sleep nap, my mind was occupied with hundreds of thoughts, a few deadlines which were already late, some uncertainty about the future and hurriedness to see all the notifications.… Read More Procrastinator, Scold Yourself!
When we nip the slurred chapter of a story, our tendency to reach the resolution is inevitable. It quacks the hurriedness inside of us, slowly counts our unbearable gasps, and senses the desperation to have the feeling of awe. But why are we so impatient? A beautiful image in our mind requires time to capture… Read More The Blurriness In The Story
I really like the word viscosity, probably because I have never used it since my engineering days. I have completely forgotten its meaning. It was used in an ‘interesting’ subject called fluid mechanics. Hey, all the aeronautical engineers and mechanical engineers in general – do not hate me for this. It’s been a long time… Read More Lost in Translation – Viscosity
Today I coincidentally met one of my old colleagues. During the breaking-the-ice moment, he revealed that he has decided to start his own venture. In fact, he has already initiated the business on a very low scale to test and understand the initial responses. For that, he has taken a long leave from his current… Read More Coming Out Of The Well