– Part 1 is here. 26Farewell My Lovely – Raymond Chandler: Marlowe ❤ 27Playback – Raymond Chandler: see above(s). 28Cousin Bette – Honore de Balzac: A nice book, reminding me that the inaction and cold emotion-suppression in english novels may not necessarily be the best kind of fiction. It also completely altered my opinions… Continue reading Book List – 2010 – part 2
I never used to list the books I read, but I’ve started to recently, inspired by Emily Horne who apparently is one of those people who makes one each year. Lists seem to, I dunno…they hold the books, give them importance instead of just letting them slip by like fallen leaves on an autumn years… Continue reading Book List – 2010 – part 1
problem. that feeling. of frustration tingling in your every pore. of emptiness that will last across decades. of desire pointless and seeping. of bottled jealousy and hurt. siphon. draw out the problem. mould it in your hands without looking at it, without seeing it. collect it in your palms. ethereal, weightless, strong. change. turn… Continue reading siphon, transform, channel.
So I celebrate my twenty-first birthday by spending 15 hours in the OR. Oh, the joys of CTS. 😛 I found the following in a classmate’s fb notes a couple of years back, but it seemed pretty appropriate even now, so this will be my birthday post. And since I have only five minutes left… Continue reading 21
I have been insanely insanely busy these past few weeks, courtesy of the selective rotation I was doing at my university. We get this time in our uni in which we can choose any department to work in for a month and due to lack of foresight or my usual tendency to get myself in… Continue reading Wisdom from the first week of CTS