An Opium Of The Modern Age

On 31st October 1517, a German Christian monk and academic did the unthinkable. He wanted to debate the Roman Catholic Church, the highest power of that time, on some of its practices. Being a meticulous professor, he made detailed notes on his radical propositions. He not only sent a letter of his theses to the…

10 Favourite Reads from the New York Times

The Roman philosopher Seneca wasn't talking of the New York Times when he said "Time discovers truth". But, a lot of what I've been reading on the NYT over the years has helped me uncover the many truths of the world, find answers to questions I could never complete framing myself, and as one author…

The Greatest Honour

It's funny that we never know when exactly we gained it but we can exactly pinpoint to what made someone else lose it. I'm not talking about fat. Sunrise looking over Galle Fort, Sri Lanka It's about this precious thing called trust. Trust is as old as humanity itself starting from the barter system. Strangers…