This year is to be an appreciation of life; a focused pursuit of wisdom; a year of relentlessly chasing boredom.
This mini-story, part of the grand masterpiece The Brothers Karamazov, is a thought provoking inquisition into God and Religion. What makes Dostoevsky’s writing brilliant is it’s honest and clarity. Although he is a Christian himself, he has no qualms exploring the… Continue Reading
A book about the impossibility of faith and yet the absolute necessity of it. The pinnacle of Dostoevsky’s writing and a classic that ranks amongst the best. Dostoevsky is a writer who wrote with honesty and clarity about the human experience. He was Christian, but had… Continue Reading
Siddhartha by Herman Hesse is one of few classics that sits in a very specific category for me: underwhelmingly profound. While I was first completely disappointed after reading Siddhartha, it is a classic because it captures the essence of Buddha’s teachings like no… Continue Reading
What secular people lack without a Bible are moral figures to guide them through life. Jane Eyre is exactly that. Charlotte Bronte is most definitely the strongest technical writer out of the female classic novelists. She masters the English language to the extent… Continue Reading
If you haven’t already fallen in love with Camus, stop reading here. There is nothing I can say that will speak louder than his own words. Go pick up any of his books and then come back so I can… Continue Reading