Why a man not paying his taxes in 1846 is still relevant.
As you may know, recently I finally got down to reading Walden by Henry David Thoreau. Thoureau had fascinated me since I studied some of his essays in university, mostly because I believe he's one of the few thinkers who really put his money where his mouth was: his lifestyle was always coherent with his... Continue Reading →
"You see, there is responsibility in being a person. It's more than just taking up space where air would be."
Graduate life is proving to be both scary and exhilarating. Just when I finally thought I'd have more time to write and blog, I find myself the busiest ever. It is one of those times when there are so many things I want to do, that I do not know where to even start. But... Continue Reading →
This past month was, surprisingly, very productive. I finished most of my final assignments for uni, ordered my room and read a lot. I enjoyed everything I read this month; there were big books, new authors, nonfiction, adventures, magic and curses. Notes from a Small Island, Bill Bryson “Nothing gives the English more pleasure, in... Continue Reading →