Sounds like a movie mashup, doesn’t it? Speaking of which
declare that this post is my own and autonomous work. It is a simple and
humorous overview for informative and I hope enjoyable purposes (pro bono publico).
Heretofore and pro tempore (for the time being), I’ve not pinched anyone else’s
work and have no plans to alter this status quo in the foreseeable future (ad
infinitum?). Let’s keep the spirit light and the humour strong, shall we?
Continue reading “Paris je t’aime and ti amo Roma”
I can see you already rolling your eyes at the title of the blog. Smart??? Before I go any lower in your estimation, let me jump right into what this post is about. Let me ask you a question. “Who is God?” Scholars, historians, religious symbologists (Robert Langdon anyone?) and basically every person with a social media account will try and answer this one. There are so many theories, verifiable and non-verifiable facts, so many assertions and just as many contradictions. So much so, that we have all collectively agreed to disagree on what we each believe and that’s putting it mildly.
Continue reading “Am I really as smart as I think? (God and Other Minds??)”
Look, I get it. If the last post didn’t already do it, this one will make sure that you, my readers (non-existent at the present time (Let’s leave my mother out of this)) will write me off as a lunatic whose laptop should be confiscated so that I don’t attempt to write another word. Ever. I dared to mock the sacred rite of passage that is the vacation. I can practically hear the clang of the pitchforks, the rabid howls of the vacation enthusiasts closing in on me from a distance (With my husband leading the charge. I’m sure they’ll convince the judge that it was a crime of passion). But despite all the ramifications (real and imaginary (or is it?)) why am I even attempting to write this? Because it needs to be done. Period. Someone at some point in time needs to say it. Out loud. Vacations are not fun for everyone.
Continue reading “I think I need a vacation from vacations!”
First things first.
This is a work of fiction. Names, characters,
businesses, places, events, locales, and incidents are either the products of
the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any
resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is
purely coincidental. Any use of this information is at your own risk…
Continue reading “Being a Libertarian in a Sanskari household”