This year is to be an appreciation of life; a focused pursuit of wisdom; a year of relentlessly chasing boredom.
Love is something that affects so much of our life, yet we are mostly content with ruling it out as something unexplainable, mysterious, divine. The risk of doing this is that what we do not understand, we cannot control. By… Continue Reading
Milan Kundera writes with a unique prose style that is akin to reading a handful of short stories, all relating to the same characters and topic; the result is a grand symphony that feels light to read, yet captures the details… 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
A never ending nightmare that reminds us of the cyclic nature of suffering in the world. Emily Bronte writes a book that has absolutely no lovable characters, yet is somehow a truly lovable read. While Emily doesn’t have quite the… Continue Reading