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The Elusive state of equilibrium

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We all talk about finding peace and harmony all the time. Of finding the balance between yin and yang. Of being one with the energy of the universe. I do want all of those things. I want to be in sync with the energy coursing through our universe as well.

2Q12

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I just finished another epic book. 1Q84 by Haruki Murakami. As always with his works, I am left in a state of hangover. There is definitely something about this guy which makes me crave for his books. In itself Murakami is a genre of books. If you could refer to something as Shakespearean then probably … Continue reading 2Q12

Kafka on the Shore

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No matter how many books you read, each new one has its own set of possibilities and expectations. And somehow it takes a lot of time for me now to select a book to read next. So there was this book called Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami. A random stumble in a way … Continue reading Kafka on the Shore

Purpose Driven Life

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I like to read books. And i have some expectations from most that i do read. That might be because i spend 15 minutes or more in finding the right book to buy or read from the library. So when i decided to read a book , that has sold 25 million copies, and cost … Continue reading Purpose Driven Life

God and Quantum Physics

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Its as if a light appeared, just as the darkness seemed to descend. That’s how it feels after reading this book recently.¬†God is not Dead by Amit Goswami. The central theme is God, and Quantum Physics. Doesn’t seem related, right? Well it is and isn’t in a sense. The reality is that materialism ( love … Continue reading God and Quantum Physics

Howard Roark

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Its one of the name that might remain in my memory for a long time to come. He is not my best friend or mentor. He is just a character from a book. A book i had intended to read as a novel, a work of fiction. But it turned out to give me some … Continue reading Howard Roark

The God of Small Things

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The last book i read was The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy. Obviously it was a very acclaimed book, and winner of Booker Prize too. So there were infact a lot of expectations leading up to the book. Like perhaps it would be highly addictive, or amazing story, or something good. But somehow, … Continue reading The God of Small Things