Category: Opinion

The quest for a sense of wholeness and completeness is a common human aspiration. The concept of feeling “complete and unbridged” captures this desire in a profound way, suggesting a state of being where there is no need for external validation, no gaps in our sense of self, and no bridges to be crossed to […]
Recently, under the influence of someone dear to me, I found myself immersed in Cohen’s discography more deeply than ever before, unlocking new layers of meaning in what I like to call “eternal sunshine and a spotless night.” Cohen’s music is not merely a collection of songs; it’s a journey through the complexities of existence, […]
In the interplay of light and darkness, shadows emerge as silent narrators of hidden stories, casting intricate patterns on the world around us. Yet, it is when shadows overlap that they transcend their mundane existence, creating an enigmatic ballet of forms that beckon the artistic soul to ponder their ephemeral beauty. Shadows, by their very […]
Art, in its myriad forms, has always been an extension of the human soul. It is a manifestation of our deepest emotions, thoughts, and desires. Among the various narratives that have captivated artists and audiences alike is the profound and often poignant tale of an artist falling in love with their own creation, yearning for […]
Embracing Selective Concern in a Saturated World In an age of information overload and ceaseless connectivity, the capacity to care can feel like both a blessing and a burden. We are bombarded with news, social media updates, and a constant stream of information demanding our attention and emotional investment. Amidst this deluge, a peculiar yet […]