Month: December 2020

Short Story

A Fleeting Childhood Memory

6 years ago, I saw the last candid smile on my uncle’s face. There is a lot of time in between these, and I saw nothing but pain, grief, and more than anything else, I saw the downfall of a well-established economy of my village.

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Short Story

A Generation inside a Teenage Eye

The addict eyes A couple of days ago, I went to my tuition. Before I went to the student house, I sat in a tea stall, which was just beside the main road of a zoo park. While I thought about which part of the organic chemistry I needed to teach today, I ordered a […]

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Book Review

Digital Minimalism: a Way to Lead Controlled Life

Let’s talk about a writer who brings minimalism ideas against social media addiction. His name is Cal Newport. A scientist from MIT and forerunner of the #deletefacebook movement. Recently I read his book- Digital Minimalism. A book in which Cal tries to describe a way to lead a life without doing slavery of social media. […]

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