Another day’s routine would begin with clockwork precision. Continue reading The old man and the donkey
The trees are happier for the Arara Azuls built a community
The clouds are happier that Julia looks up. Continue reading Arara Azuls and the little child
A strong interest in teaching catapulted him to a teaching career in the UK, from a brief postdoctoral stint, in 2006. He primarily taught chemistry to high school students at a boarding school with low pupil numbers where teachers have the opportunity to know better the students’ learning requirements. Few of his students went ahead to study medicine, bio-sciences and engineering. After eight years of teaching 15-18 year … Continue reading Whither age…
All that would last in the end is the vast emptiness… Continue reading Emptiness
a lembrar, a preservar,
pensamentos como memórias…
Continue reading Living life: when did we…
Yesterday I felt what is it to be disabled.
You see I was working at the anaerobic work station.
What is that contraption you may ask.
For many a time, many others and I,
Have been in search of a place,
Where oxygen lacks its presence,
So that we can conduct our experiments,
In its absence.
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Water has the ability to blend with the surroundings. Named as Agua, Aqua, Jal, Paani in a variety of languages. Didn’t you notice its multiple personalities as snow, ice, vapor, steam? Remember the early morning dew? What an ethereal pleasure to walk on the grass, wet with morning dew, in the dawn of the day. Water has the innate ability to encompass everything on its way. Like a mother having an enormous bosom for her loved ones. The first drop of food has water as the main ingredient. Kudos to our Water.