Wajir Photo Diary

A few weeks back I got the opportunity to travel to Wajir for work which was my first time travelling to the northern part of Kenya. I was slightly anxious and wasn’t sure what to expect, but the trip turned out better than I expected and I lowkey had a good time. Sharing some photos… Continue reading Wajir Photo Diary

I’m Still Not Over Beyonce’s Homecoming

It’s been about 5 months since Beyonce’s Netflix Special Homecoming aired (which in the zeitgeist is eons) yet somehow I find myself just as engrossed as I did the very first time I watched it. I’m still not over Homecoming (and yes, I think the Emmy snub was egregious). I remember my first time watching… Continue reading I’m Still Not Over Beyonce’s Homecoming

When Breath Becomes Air

What makes human life meaningful? What makes life worth living in the face of death? Such are the philosophical matters that Paul Kalanithi grappled with throughout his life, first as an English literature student, then as a neurosurgeon resident at Stanford and finally as a patient diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer.