Conversations : #1 Radical Honesty

I tell truths, loud and clear, often inconvenient, so easily that they stare at me. As if I did something inhuman or as if they are asking me if I was kidding. I stare back – “What?!” Radical honesty is really easy to practice once it becomes habit. And it is not that difficult for people around you too, once they start knowing you well. The … Continue reading Conversations : #1 Radical Honesty

St. Patrick’s Day Wishes

Looking at this picture reminds me the connection of Irish to green color! And the way Irish countryside is so green, this color appropriately represents country and people. I used to joke, isn’t word ‘green’ redundant in “Irish Green Card”? Doesn’t “Irish card” make it green anyways? Few years ago, to be honest, I did not even know there was such thing called St. Patrick’s day, … Continue reading St. Patrick’s Day Wishes

A Well Spent New Year Eve (2013)

Pictures have stories they often don’t tell. The person who clicks the pic, however, never forgets what exactly was going on around him and within at that moment. 31st December, in Galway, Ireland, night is about to fall (a cold winter evening, was getting dark early). I was walking around in the town. I still had few hours before I hit one of the pubs … Continue reading A Well Spent New Year Eve (2013)

Dramatic Sunset over the Atlantic

That was the second day at a small town named Cahersiveen on Ring of Kerry, Ireland. Having bicycled over 60 kms on the day before, legs were in total agony and I still ended up doing this hill walk called Beentee Loop. Now this being a long summer day, Sunset was still a couple of hours away and I had already started descending from the … Continue reading Dramatic Sunset over the Atlantic