Thu. Oct 17th, 2019

The Seer

Read, Think, Act

Book Reviews

3 min read 2

Couldn’t wrap my head around this one. Rich in imagination, but the book is not for the weak-hearted. So many beliefs skewed ..

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5 min read 2

It sings the glory of unsung heroes and paints the struggles of their lives. It makes you fall in love with those fallen stars and tells you why some deserved more than being forgiven. The book tells you how football has been an instrument of change bringing about a revolution in the political landscape of many of these countries and how footballers were not only sports icons but also champions of nationalist movements.

5 min read

I do not even remember who the poet was or anything else about the day except that I was introduced to Topsy. The poet mentioned in his poem that ‘the grasses grew like Topsy’ and I learned that Topsy was an orphaned slave girl who thought she just grow’d and nobody ever made her. And hence the phrase – “grow like Topsy”. I was probably a year or two older than her then and she intrigued me.

7 min read

No matter how far and wide we travel, how old and wise we grow, our heart continues to tick specially for that one place we call ‘Home’.The reason probably is because Home is not merely a place, but a repertoire of emotions and memories, both good and bad. Home, sometimes becomes your identity, sometimes that invisible protective shield that keeps you safe and at times a magical potion that heals you from the agonies of living.

4 min read

Night, like death is an equivalent to the universal truth, because darkness brings out the true colors of everyone. The world wears a pretense through the day, waits for the sun go down and the lights to go on for that is when the real spectacle begins. It is in the silence of the night that most of us find the strength to take off our masks, listen to our own voice and see who we really are.