Tiny Habits by BJ Fogg (Book Review)

If you fail to be more productive, lose weight, exercise regularly, or keeping a resolution to last more than a week, it is not your fault, stop blaming yourself, it is a design flaw. From Tiny Habits written by BJ Fogg, habits are formed by an equation, regardless of being a ‘good’ or ‘bad’ habit, […]

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Koe No Katachi [A Silent Voice] (Anime Review)

“A Silent Voice” is one of the top-tiered anime that resonates with a good story line and superb art style. The movie portrayed the flaw of the school system when dealing with the handicapped, also depicting that misunderstanding is the root to unnecessary conflicts. In addition, the movie also showed the severity of suicidal thoughts […]

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Kafka on The Shore by Haruki Murakami (Book Review)

Another masterpiece by Murakami, this time he flawlessly tied two completely unrelated stories into one. His style in writing is nonchalant and yet his skill really shows in this novel. Two parallel stories ran at the same time, one with Kafka Tamura and another with Nakata. They simply laced together in the end, merging two […]

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Great Teacher Onizuka GTO (Anime Review)

A blast from the past, this anime was produced almost two decades ago, I came across this anime on Youtube, simply got hooked on the anime style and the message delivered in every episode and so started my 16-hour binge watch of this anime. Onizuka was and is a delinquent throughout the entire series and […]

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2019, Reached.

2019 is one of the most fruitful year among all the years that I had lived through, this is a year where I grew the most- mentally, physically and spiritually. Although most of the things that I had to endure might not sound sweet but I thoroughly enjoyed the process of those experiences and I […]

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Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl (Book Review)

The book illustrates the experience of a psychologist in a concentration camp during the odious Holocaust. Battling with the mental dreads and also the physical ones, we get to see through the eyes of an actual prisoner from a psychological point of view, giving the readers a different perspective of life itself. Viktor managed to […]

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21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari (Book Review)

My first impression of this book is that people in this contemporary have no clue about what they are living for and what they are living in. Humans are slowly devoured by the exponential growth of biotech and infotech. When we are still struggling to get a pass in our old, archaic education system, big […]

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Hear the Wind Sing by Haruki Murakami (Book Review)

Another Murakami book from me, but this time I read one of his first novels- more like a novelette. The book started with a prologue of how Murakami started off his career, some of the elements there were covered in his other works. As usual, he has this nonchalant and light way of delivering the […]

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