The wonderful Tim Ferriss posted this a while ago.
The moment I stumbled upon this line from Emily Dickinson I went into deep thought about how we lose ourselves bit by bit everyday, and how we should go about finding our true selves, with or without lanterns. I liked the line so much I dug up the original letter where as it turns out […]
Last month Kevin Kelly turned 70 and as is the norm with him, he has jotted down 103 Bits of Advice I Wish I Had Known I have cherry-picked the ones I liked the most! Here you go: Don’t keep making the same mistakes; try to make new mistakes. Anything you say before the word […]
Winter Walks are the best. Nothing like the chilly wind beating against your face to make you feel alive on this pale blue dot we call home. Speaking of which, recently I came upon this message that was cast into the cosmos in 1977. Read it slowly. Moving on, closer to home, J.R. Moehringer’s memoir […]
Waking up with the sun is something I have always wanted to do and I finally did it this summer. Early morning walks that often end up being half-run half-walk are the perfect antidote to this pandemic. Here’s a little snippet from my mornings. Eric Carle and all his creations are a big part of […]
My mother had a teacher in elementary school who doted on her. She left India and moved to Washington D.C. to be with her husband but continued to send parcels of books to my mother from the other side of the world. One of those books was Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. I read […]
Rearrange-the-deck-chairs-on-the-Titanic means “to do something pointless or insignificant that will soon be overtaken by events, or that contributes nothing to the solution of a current problem” and it neatly sums up how I feel all the time these days. Then I read Emily Flake’s I Was In Charge Of The Deck Chairs On The Titanic, […]