The years of Rice and Salt by Kim Stanley Robinson. Goodreads Link – https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2723.The_Years_of_Rice_and_Salt ebook, 772 pages Published June 3rd, 2003 by Spectra (first published 2002) Original Title: The Years of Rice and Salt ISBN: 0553897608 (ISBN13: 9780553897609) Language: English Literary Awards Hugo Award Nominee for Best Novel (2003), Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel (2003), Arthur C. Clarke Award Nominee (2003) I was gifted this book about a year ago by a … Continue reading Book review – The Years of Rice and Salt by KIM STANLEY ROBINSON
To forgive is to forget. To forgive is not really about forgetting. If you live your life by forgetting the bitterest moments of your life and happiest moments of your life, is that even life. To that I say never forget, never forget the bitterest and the happiest moments of your life. Never forget the people who gave you the bitterest and the most happiest … Continue reading Forgiveness!
She is really dead!
I love her. If only we fought less if only I was nicer to her If only I listened to her. I am going to say sorry for everything once all this is done. Yes, sir!
Wait!! she is dead!! Continue reading And they think I killed her!!
I am leaving this place for a short while. I am leaving this oppressive, lost, narrow minded, greedy and unhealthy place! Maybe all those adjectives are harsh but there is some reality to it. Open any newspaper and all you read is the depravity and heinousness of the human soul. A society which lost its rudder in these globalised times, dead stale stuck. I am … Continue reading Can’t wait to leave
And let go he said, let go of everything that defines you, let go of everything that makes you you, let go of all your compulsions, let go for your desires and search for that one penultimate consciousness that make you you. Continue reading Just another day!
Who is responsible for the fate of these two apple trees. They come from the same apple tree but they have vastly different lives. I ask you today, who’s to blame? Continue reading Why this life?