Author Archives: Tao of Stu

Book Review: “The Will to Change: Men, Masculinity and Love”

It's been half a year since the last blog was posted. Far too long. Nevertheless, the winds of inspiration are blowing strong once again. I've never shared a book review publicly before, but such an enlightening read by renown feminist … Continue reading

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Three Days on the Indian Rails

Busy Indian stations can be quite a culture shock for first timers on an India trip. The sheer volume of people at a station can be overwhelming in itself. It’s distressing to see vulnerable kids miraculously surviving and looking after … Continue reading

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One Common Goal — Happiness

The Search for Happiness What is the goal of human life? Each individual seems to have an apparently different goal. One wants to become a doctor, another an actor, and yet another an Olympic gold medalist. And almost all of … Continue reading

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Mcleod Ganj

What do you do when you’re in a car and suddenly four lorries are heading towards you? We were driving from Nakodar in Punjab, towards Mcleod Ganj in the foothills of the Himalayas. In the distance a very slow, overladen … Continue reading

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Trip to Amritsar Part 3: Return to I Am You, and You Are Me, and We Are We, and We Are All Together

Discord and Disorder After visiting the sites in Amritsar and learning about their bloody history, my mind was racing incessantly with thoughts about violence caused by segregation, not only as a result of national borders but in regards to all … Continue reading

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