Quantity, Quality and Mere Joy

Most famous artists (any artist) stick to the mantra of 'Quality over Quantity'. They call it 'Slow Mastery'. There are some popular pieces of art and sculpture that took decades to complete. Fine art as they call it. Auguste Rodin’s La Porte de l’Enfer or The Gates of Hell took 37 years to complete. Leonardo … Continue reading Quantity, Quality and Mere Joy

Old Man in the Balcony

There is something about old people that leaves a warm and cosy feeling in me. Having lost all four of my grandparents (both paternal and maternal) at a very young age, I believe there is a void in me that I try to fill by interacting with older men and women. I never miss a … Continue reading Old Man in the Balcony

Three of My Fav. Poems: A Treat for your Mind and Soul!

Hello you lovely person, Hope you are doing well. Today's post is more of a treat to my readers. An unusual way of saying Thank You for your continuous support and encouragement. Photo by Ena Marinkovic from Pexels While novels and I are old friends, poetry is something I have always been very fascinated about. It was … Continue reading Three of My Fav. Poems: A Treat for your Mind and Soul!