The Art and Soul!

Realizations elevate the being. Art is the innocence in a child's giggling faceand the wisdom in the freckles of a granny in old-age.Art is love in its most innocent form.Art is the painting of a girl doing ballet with ecstatic forms.Art is in the heart and the eyes of the beholder.It isn't merely a masterpiece... Continue Reading →

We are our interests, we are whatever we absorb.

The times are dull. The generations are dumb.These days people tend to develop a taste for junk food and junk interests instead of feeding themselves soul-food stuff and distinguishing quality interests from shallow ones. From music to the life choices to the books people read, if they really read any, everything is so shallow. There's... Continue Reading →

Life is but a mirage of dreams!

Life is but a mirage of dreams!A myriad of black swans and fallen wings.Life is but a battlefield of the maniacs!A medley of feeble minds and their assaults contextualized. Life is but a mirage of love;the mirrors of hearts broken and the feelings dripping blood.Life is but a cloud of smoke;arising from cigarettes set ablaze... Continue Reading →

Do you talk to the winds

Do you talk to the windsand they tell you your answers!In their own secret languagein a tongue that a very few have mastered!Do the winds whisper secretsabout the world's mysteries in your ears!Do you know that they too have feelingsand become all silent when they're hurt by someone dear!Do you you that they love us... Continue Reading →

The Veil!

Every thing is a veil,in this mysterious world. Every day -a riddle.Every act -an escape from misery.Every life -nature plays.Every death -nature's way.Every calamity -a necessity?Is the universe a poetry? Is the crippled beggar limping across the street -really what he seems to be?What if he's not what he looks but actually some divinity?How can... Continue Reading →

Voltaire was someone, gifted with the insights to live the most out of life and to out-maneuver the challenges that life throws at one!

Voltaire, pseudonym of François-Marie Arouet, (born November 21, 1694, Paris, France—died May 30, 1778, Paris), one of the greatest of all French writers. Although only a few of his works are still read, he continues to be held in worldwide repute as a courageous crusader against tyranny, bigotry, and cruelty. Through its critical capacity, wit, and satire, Voltaire’s work vigorously propagates an ideal of progress... Continue Reading →

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