Zero to One by Peter Thiel and Blake Masters

The spirit of innovation is what drives the human spirit. The humdrum repetitive action of doing the exact same thing again and again might sound perfect from an automated robotic efficiency utopia’s perspective, but the fact is that being mindless drones is a thought that repulses humans at some point or the other. This is…

The Red Tenda of Bologna by John Berger

Over the eons, acknowledged literature has ranged from elegantly crafted haikus to verbose tales of valour running into thousands of pages. This very craft of communicating with an unique method is what has captured the interests of human beings ever since the beginning of civilisation. The Red Tenda of Bologna is an example of how…

Talking to Strangers by Malcolm Gladwell

The fact that strangers play a critical role in our lives seems antithetical and counter-intuitive to our rather narcissistic way of thinking. But the truth is that in a world of over 7 billion individuals, our immediate family, friends, communities and acquaintances, are merely but a statistical dot. True to his rather unorthodox choice of…

Atomic Habits by James Clear

Investing in personal growth is easily one of the most intuitive things one ought to be doing. Yet, it somehow never makes it to our to-do list, let alone languish at its bottom. I read a quote a few years back which deeply impacted me – “If I asked you to name everything you love,…

In Other Words by Jhumpa Lahiri

In collaboration with The Eclectic Book Reviews (Checkout their Facebook Page and Instagram Account) The morality of utilising my privilege had always been something that I stood for. The societal effort of vesting its prime resources in educating and inculcating a better citizen directly implied a moral imperative to utilise the bestowed tools for the…