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Brief, Spoiler-Free Atlas Shrugged Review

Someone on my Tumblr blog asked me to give a brief, spoiler-free review of Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand, to advise them on whether or not to buy it. 570 more words

Atlas Shrugged

Signed in Blood.


Guiltier than I had known, far guiltier than I had thought–guilty of the evil of damning as guilt that which was my best.

I damned the fact that my mind and body were a unit, and that my body responded to the values of my mind.

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International Day of the Book

World Book Day was Saturday, April 23, 2016. To celebrate this day, I’m taking the opportunity to go over the importance of reading and highlight different books that have truly impressed me over the years. 657 more words


Top 5 Wednesday: Intimidating Books

This weeks Top 5 Wednesday topic tackles the books I’m too intimidated to tackle in real life. I’ve put off reading these books for a variety of reasons ranging from the length to the terrifying things I’ve heard about them. 279 more words

Top 5 Wednesday

Too Much Caffeine With Dinner?

Either that or my schizoid tendencies are returning.

A Quote:  “What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; What we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal. 156 more words

Atlas Shrugged


We were in Dungarpur for a photo shoot of a project I had taken up about the life and journey of my grandfather Pannalal Patel. This last place was left to shoot, it was aready evening and suddenly it started raining. 409 more words

All Izz Well

Man, Morality, and Purpose

DISCLAIMER: I am not claiming to know the exact identity of man and who or what he is or why he is here.  Likewise, I am not trying to impose an arbitrary of Morality onto my readers, but only through reason am I trying to show what I have gathered through my experience and reading and what I believe.  1,642 more words

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