As there are many things I start and find them best started and little else thereafter, I shall start one more for who can ever tell which shot got the drunkard staggering?
I would like to round up 10 very interesting reads from around the world (and from my collection of documents) each week and present it to the reader. I hate mail forwards and hence, find this to be a better way of sharing info with my friends, too. Subjects will, predictably, vary.
- Let’s cook the books or book the cooks! An interesting article drawing parallels between the world of culinary business and that of investment banking.
- Women: A user manual. And you thought you really could get that!? With Valentine’s day around the corner (for those who go ga-ga over that day), here is a good read.
- The Picasso in me: purge him. Don’t we all consider ourselves artists (till we actually meet an artist; thereafter we are connoisseurs)? Well, you can continue feeling that way…
- Possessed by possessions. This article will provide historical basis to some of my posts in the Conscious Living series. Read it.
- What will change everything. A very widely discussed and relevant article. Of course, from edge.org
- Saute the libertarian. Mixing food and politics, Jerker makes a jerk of vegetarians and others. Enjoy the read while I silently sharpen my knife for a rebuttal.
- Buy this, if you love your child. I am so glad that someone has brought this book out. From the reviews it looks like a promising book. I am going to buy it and show it all those who think that scolding a child or those who believe in “treating the child like an adult”.
- Don’t you cry. And I have been telling all those who thought that the crying man (or more often, woman) was genuine and honest, that there need not be any relevance. If only people could emote what they genuinely felt rather than put up a drama (except those who think that a drama is the right way of living!)…
- How can you understand? I simply love the way of the Japanese not because it is romantic but because it is right and blunt (Oh! How I would love to live in a world where I could speak my mind!). I simply love Tanabe-san’s words: His knowledge of brushes, calligraphy, and the properties and characteristics of animal hair was vast, and my capacity for understanding was small.
- My IQ is 185. So? Do we need to buy more sugar given that we already have some though the prices might go up next week and we consume only this much per month, or not?