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Good movies, like books and art, can expand our conscience and make us limitless

Movies have been a great part of our lives ever since they took over the world and now they've influenced us to an extent that we barely not live or want to live in some illusionary movie like tale that our own life might be unfolding! Well, there's nothing bad in that. Indeed, it's much... Continue Reading →

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Enlightenment and Ingmar Bergman

Bergman sitting with Death Acclaimed Swedish movie director Ingmar Bergman died more than 11 years ago, but the legacy of his genius carries on in new generations of filmmakers.He directed 60 film and documentaries. Among the standouts were “The Seventh Seal,” “Wild Strawberries,” “Cries and Whispers” and “Through a Glass Darkly.” He also worked in... Continue Reading →

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How the father of poetic cinema “Andrei Tarkovsky” turned movie-making into a ‘transcendental art’!

Tarkovsky’s work reflects a deep preoccupation with the metaphysical and the spiritual realms, as well as unconventional dramatic structure and a distinctively unique use of the cinematic lens. Indeed, Ingmar Bergman, the Swedish filmmaker, said of him:"Tarkovsky for me is the greatest [director], the one who invented a new language, true to the nature of film, as it... Continue Reading →

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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 →

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Bob Dylan- The legend that lives on!

Bob Dylan is a history archive, having seen it all from the 60s to the present day!And wait, not only having seen it all but having won it all from music awards to the Nobel Prize in Literature like a real Outlaw!Yeah! Dylan has been a man blowing in the wind for quite some time... Continue Reading →

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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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The genius of Kurt Cobain

I had not been into grunge music until an year ago when i had suddenly discovered him in an interview saying, "I knew that after some time the drugs would become boring. Just as everything else becomes boring after a while.Like breathing air, you know."And thatwas the moment! That blew my conscience away!That was the... Continue Reading →

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To be Young and a Revolutionary!

If you're youngand you've not been madly in love,If you're young,and you've not lost and found your heart when drunk,If you're youngand your heart's never skipped a beat or two,If you're youngand you're never got your heart broken to an extent that it ceased to be,If you're youngand you've never had your soul burnt and... Continue Reading →

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Rome in the eyes of my lover!

Every time i look intothe eyes of my loveri find in them yet another Rome!A Rome filled with much more beauty and grace and charm and elegance!And her innocent gaze casts a net on me making me believethat the word romance does not arise from Romebut the tasseling silk bed adorned with ivory rosesthat belongs... Continue Reading →

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Why have music eternally in the ears?

Music is out there in the universe and in there within us too.There are few things that stimulate the brain the way music does.If you want to ride the universe and also keep your brain engaged throughout the aging process, listening to or playing music is a great tool. It provides a total brain and... Continue Reading →

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The importance of dancing, like an idiot.

I am a deep believer in the importance and power of dance - it rids the soul of worries and helps it break free out of the body. Thus, be awkward. Make your own moves. Dance. Dancing is one of the most releasing and necessary of all activities – but we too frequently hold back... Continue Reading →

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The Poet and The Verse

What if the one who made this verseis a poet?What if he's a man who drinks too merrily?If not, then why do the planets seem drunk and wobbly,and the stars always ready to kill each other that easily?Isn't he, the one who wrote the winds?For how can someone simply pen the winds and sprinkle life... Continue Reading →

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Why does time escape, does it have a gun?

From every site of crime and horror;Time's the first to make a run.I wonder why it flees each time -I'm afraid it has a gun! It neither halts nor ever slows down;not even by sunsets to have some fun.I wonder why it's always in a haste -I'm afraid what it has done! Oh!If time wassuch... Continue Reading →

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A Rendition by me Of Coleman Barks’ Rumi

Whatis the soul,i ask?Who is itwhosits in my earand listens to my voice?Who is itwhospeaks words from my mouth?Who is itwhofills my empty cup?Who is itwhointoxicates me with his winefrom the wellinside me? -Aman K Phoenix

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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 →

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