The suffering comes when…

So true for marathon runners too! The hard intensive training (the pain), followed by adequate rest and recovery (the wait, or taper 😁), and then the moment of glory when you cross the finish line (the rising). And if you skip the steps you end up suffering (injuries). Applies to all walks of life! A … Continue reading The suffering comes when…

The sky today – a riot of red!

Being in lockdown, I have been, with pleasure and gratitude, appreciating the beautiful sunsets. Especially the cloudy skies, they are a delight, provided you can actually see the sun set. And today was a very special one...never seen the sky so red! The blush of the dusk has turned into raging anger! Ever seen the … Continue reading The sky today – a riot of red!

The Sun is a Compass – a book review

For a Phd ornithologist, and his house-builder boyfriend, what would be the motivation to take on a 4000 mile journey across the Alaska and Arctic, all alone, powered only by their bodies? Through snow, mountains, and rivers? What would they need to carry? How much can they carry?The baggage they carry, the one on their … Continue reading The Sun is a Compass – a book review

Mumbai rains on last Friday …

Most people in Mumbai are saved from the scourge of torrential rains this year, however beautifully romantic they are, by staying home. No flooding, no panic due to local trains halting, and hardly any cases of gastroenteritis. The morning view over the hills of National Park is a scene to behold! And I stayed home … Continue reading Mumbai rains on last Friday …

The Sun is a Compass – a refreshing ‘lockdown’ read

Just started this book on 1st July and, this promises to be a refreshing read, considering the lockdown that has us all home bound. This promises to provide a virtual escapade into the wilderness, into the freedom that proximity to nature provides and into the power of human heart (and limbs!). PS: I finished the … Continue reading The Sun is a Compass – a refreshing ‘lockdown’ read