Monthly Archives: April 2014

Seven Significant Ways that Life in India Differs from that in US

Perhaps you are hopeful to work and live in the States someday, thereby enhancing separation anxiety from your Indian maid and driver. Or you wish to move back to India, thereby depressing your immune system to withstand pollution in populous … Continue reading

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Ayn Rand’s Contradiction as a Self-Sustaining Life Fuel

A masterful artist is one who is capable of assuming the role of every life form and sees the world beyond the narrow vision of his or her own being. ¬†For a man to perceive the woes of being a … Continue reading

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The Friend-Zone

Two things that are misunderstood when pertaining to women – our erogenous zones, and the erroneous concept of the friend-zone. If you are interested in the reading about the former, sadly this blog is not it. Though, for safety purposes, … Continue reading

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