The men of the caravan

Winds blew harsh against her face. Her knees grew weak and she strolled harder, determined. Sun was partially visible through the sparse blanket of sands which rose in excitement and tried gradually to swallow her whole before the day falls, would she decide to stop moving. Her view was limited by the sands, to small … Continue reading The men of the caravan


An evening with Mr.Kale

“…Things go wrong because we desperately plan to produce mediocre results” said Mr.Kale in an interview with the New American Magazine. “When there is a tremendous surge of expectation from oneself and when we take enough time to feel the elements at work, the right process will have to inevitably evolve. Work becomes effortless and … Continue reading An evening with Mr.Kale