Month: July 2013

To the Almighty, do restrictions apply?

Just reading a newspaper, even focusing on local news in the most ‘celebrated’ country in the world one questions the almighty being all that mighty. The fact that I question obviously means I am an atheist, in the same country ( although, not so…

If there was one thing in life you could do right, what would it be? ‘Lootera’ (Movie review)

What if it is also the one thing that can destroy you? Reeks of love. Yes. The kind of love a thief would feel for a princess? And the kind of love the princess feels for the thief? Yes to both. Lootera, a name…

Up and about in Paris and London- Part3- Avignon, Provence

I knew that I would go to Provence, with the dreamy landscape that has inspired so many artists I admire, any time I went to France. Therefore, I spent a while looking for a suitable destination in Provence that we could see in about…

My new favorite author- Neal Stephenson

It started with Doug Casey’s referral to Neal Stephenson’s work. I am not sure what led me to the essay about the history of the world’s leading (although primarily, subjectively and objectively different) leading names in computers  – Microsoft and Apple. I don’t think…

Up and about in Paris and London, part 2- Paris

\ What would you expect in a city that you have read and heard so much about? In every romantic or artistic movie, in every modern and Renaissance artist’s life history and more recently in ( somewhat unpalatable) thriller mysteries (read Dan Brown)? I…