Have you ever had an unexpected encounter with someone and you got more out of the conversations than you thought possible?
I had the opinion of Mozart of having composed pieces that were far from mellow and loud like Don Giovanni. This simply showed my lack of understanding of Mozart and his works. It was at a recent concert in my city during the Arties Music Festival hosted by the Poona Music Society at Mazda Hall … Continue reading Mozart’s Concerto For Oboe in C Major
What are the things that your mind tells you that are not true? We live in a world where changing that status quo is getting hard. But it can be done.
Emile Durkheim was the first one to study this concept. While it related to a state where societies underwent social change with the absence of any guidelines and expectations from the people, it has evolved to become a part of society that has chaos within order. This is specific to the age and times we … Continue reading Escaping Anomie
Sometimes it takes something larger than yourself to inspire action. War has been a tyrant that has battered civilizations since time immemorial, many to never surface again and for many to surface stronger than before. It is said that history is written by the victors, and there are always new attempts to give another perspective … Continue reading No Man’s Land
'What happened to your hand?', my friend asked me as he looked at a strip of new skin running along the inside of my wrist, six inches in length. 'Remember my surgery?', I respond casually. The path to recovery after a traumatic ordeal is always challenging- one that teaches you a lot about yourself … Continue reading Recovery