Monthly Archives: July 2006

The Well

Thank You, You have shown me The way to the well. Where I can drink When my mouth is dry. Where I can bathe When my skin is sullied. Where I can be refreshed When my eyes are weary. The … Continue reading

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Delicate Intricacy of Life’s Weavings

Funny how in simple moments like sitting on the Victoria Line, hurtling through London’s network of tube tunnels, listening to the notes of Tracy Chapman’s voice, surrounded by sound, slipping through the seemingly mundane world, I feel so alive. Beautiful … Continue reading

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No Zidane is an Island

“Can they not see that this conduct ultimately leads to violence?”, a remark made by a French friend of mine recently. He was really upset by the world cup final incident largely because of the conduct of the players. Speaking … Continue reading

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Zinedine Zidane & the Yoga of Ethics

In a moment of testosterone-fuelled animality, a billion viewers cried in shocked unison, “what on earth is Zidane doing?” For, the captain of France’s football team, in their chase for the World Cup, had just launched a charging headbutt at … Continue reading

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The First Human Thought

“The darkness of evolutionary night began to fade centuries ago when the first ape-like creature deserted his tree-branch kingdom and shambled out into the light of the plain. He was guided by something he could not understand: something un-apelike and … Continue reading

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