Encounters with the Pen
This book gives a glimpse on how usual, ordinary and common experiences were viewed by the author. It is a collection of essays written on a condition that each piece should be short enough to fit in an adequately spaced short bond paper, or at most two pages, while still conveying the message of hope and depicting the continuing struggle to survive, to grow and to be generous.
Some of the works here bear striking resemblance with the language of mathematics only because, other than words formed by letters, mathematics is a language in itself. Some others were penned at the height of emotions that readers can see every drop of tear, sweat and blood that drenched its entirety.
More importantly, these works manifest that inspirations abound if we only look at it in a different light and marvel at the magnificence of human experiences.
Storm And Sunburn
Ambivalence And Everything In Between
Directly Or Inversely Proportional
On The Inevitability Of Change