I’m not going to keep track of how often I post and how well I maintain my blog. Well, that isn’t the plan at all. That wasn’t the plan either. This blog was supposed to be something, like a giant void to which I spill words that I least get to share with people around … More Existential crisis and other updates.
Victorian-era novelist Antony Trollope once said ‘ What on earth could be more luxurious than a sofa, a book and a cup of coffee?’ But somebody added a little spice to it ‘What on earth could be more luxurious than a sofa, a book or a board game and a cup of coffee?’ A chilling … More Sit, Sip and Score.
1. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho ❤❤❤❤/5 Though the book has a lot that is against my belief system I really enjoyed and loved reading this. I couldn’t digest the word ‘maktub’ and its literal meaning. I mean how can one believe in ‘everything is already written’ and do nothing but just let things happen … More Thoughts about few books
“it’s like carrying an explosive in one hand and your intellect in the other “©umadevi It wasn’t like I was always a painter. And it was definitely not like ‘I started painting since I was a child’ kind of story. I liked to paint, I liked art and anything creative for that matter. But what … More How I solved the puzzle in me?
If asked, we wouldn’t be able to find one human being on this earth who would disagree about loving music. Everyone loves music. And then there is this whole universal levels of songs coming out every day to sooth our souls is nothing less than a real life fantasy. Irony huh? Real and Fantasy? Let … More Love Your Poem as much as Your Song.
To start with, I love this quote and this has been one of the many sources of inspiration I draw from. And the most pleasant thing that happened this week was, the space I have been adoring for quite some times now gave me an opportunity to sprinkle a little art love on their wonderful … More For the love of some spaces.