My friend and I got to see the new adaptation of one of my favourite mysteries, Murder On The Orient Express last week. The movie was enjoyable, though nitpicking me could find a few flaws as in any other book to movie adaptation… The story starts off with a generous sprinkle of comedy and laugh… Continue reading Murder On The Orient Express (2017) Review
Real friendship can be many things. It can be minutes, hours of comfortable silence with no words said or left unsaid. It can be just a presence, just the comfort that someone is there, and that they care even if they can’t understand. It can be laughter, and love, and being you, unapolegetically, completely you,… Continue reading Meeting A Friend Makes For A Good Day
Between stop and step There is but one different letter. Don’t stop. Take another step at your own pace, Perhaps pause. Things will soon sidle back quietly, to better. (They always do. And they will, for you.)
If I met my younger self Oh, what would she say to me? To be calm, and unruffled, And to set my soul free? Would she tell me to look into the beyond To set my sight on sights much farther Than the tiny things yelling for my attention And to look sometimes at the… Continue reading What Would She Say To Me?
I don’t want to be too obvious, but the elaborate network nestled up in the skull, a.k.a the brain, is so very amazing. We have a whole course at college devoted to designing logic circuits, wherein we assemble electronic components to realize logical actions/decisions. It takes relatively so much time to design physically what the… Continue reading I’ve Got Brain On The Brain
Every phenomenon in the universe has numbers woven into it. Sometimes we can see them, and sometimes we can’t. But we define ourselves by these numbers, these squiggly characters that we see written everywhere we look – from the calorie count on the pizza menu to the calculations in my physics book. For some state… Continue reading Numbers
Hello again! I haven’t blogged for so long! It feels great to have my fingers flying across the keyboard for the first time in a long time. 🙂 My friends from school and I went on a two-day trip last week to Kodaikanal (a hill-station in India) to end our summer with a bang. It was… Continue reading Summer Trip Tales