If there’s one lesson Disney’s ‘The Lion King’ (The original 1994 version not the remake) taught me, it is that Life goes on. Mostly in a circle. Hence, ‘The Circle of Life’. You get the picture. We are born, we live (at least we try to) the best way we know how and alas, inevitably we die.(more…)
Spring near Sumeria
Spring is the most beautiful time of the year. It’s that time when the sun is shining, the birding are singing and the flowers are blooming. It brings forth the renewal of life from the harsh cold winter; right before Summer and all those ‘Suns out, Guns out’ posts that plague social media outlets.
Don’t cry Wolf
Once upon a time, out in the grasslands of Mongolia, there was a young lady who went by the name of ‘Sarnai’. She was beautiful, intelligent and warm hearted by nature.
Unlike the other girls in the village who were focused on cooking, knitting and harvesting grain; she was quite fond of canines.
Aquaponics in the Age of Aquarius
Aquaponics is a revolutionary and novel concept that has swept across the globe. It’s a symbiotic combination of both Aquaculture and Hydroponics. Aquaculture deals with fisheries and the raising of edible fish and crustaceans alike; while Hydroponics deals with growing of vegetation and crops without soil and mostly water.
A Star in a Jar
“I’m trying to free your mind Neo. But I can only show you the door. You’re the one that has to walk through.”-Morpheus from ‘The Matrix’
The Monkey and the Crocodile
A summary of an old Indian parable :
Once upon a time on the banks of the river Ganges, a monkey lived in a tree rich with fruit. One day as he was eating them, a crocodile showed up suddenly out of the river.
It was the first encounter ever between the two species. The monkey saw that he was hungry and threw down for him some of the fruits. (more…)
I remember it all.
Not since the day I was born.
Not from the first instances of my being,
but from the time I was very small;
the time I was a mere dumpling. (more…)