Unpopular opinion perhaps but true to what I argue, problematic is not racism but colourism like “Et tu, …”! As women in Iran fight for rights, Aryan remains a misconception – greed splits human-race and hatred bonds us through fear. Beware, white-blacks-browns-reds-yellow, you’re all mocking and damning eachother – but hypocrites! Worse you do to […]
How glad can one feel to reach the other end, a new country away from home? Waking up, unaware, that the lowest bushes or the pointy spruce, all a part of a broad new hope, as you start your day of struggle in a country away from war-stricken home?
Horns and Cows
Even in the so-called romantic cultures that celebrate passionate entanglements in its literature, films, and mythology — acting “out of love” is not always an equal experience. After the past two (almost) academic posts, today (while lying in my bed, sick with flu) I have realised that it’s time to unpack the condensed ideas that I tried putting through in my previous posts. I don’t want to get into the spiral of academic language (again)… So, let me try to just go with the flow and explain what I mean with the help of popular Hindu magniloquence of “love”. And a bit of random bursting out into songs where “I would do anything for love… I’d run right into hell and back…. I would do anything for love…”!!