My parents, grandparents, and extended family would often talk about the lessons of The Bhagavad Gita and other ancient Indian learned texts as I was growing up. Later on, after I grew up and read many of those texts myself, I concluded that people are better off when focused not inwards, but outwards, to the others … Continue reading Humans, we don’t control much
I needed some distractions from the harsh reality of modern-day America. We have always known that there are two Americas: One made up of normal people and another in which a convicted felon and rapist gets a COVID-19 test in prison because he also happens to be rich and famous. I would prefer not to … Continue reading Zoom, Zelfies, and Physical Distancing
A few days ago, a friend messaged and introduced me to her friend – a doctor who works at a major ER in Southern California. The doctors in her hospitals were trying to deal with the COVID-19 Crisis and were reduced use to using bits of information available on different social platforms. She wanted a … Continue reading Doctors-Only Chat is live.
I like the Golden Gate Bridge. But, I love the Bay Bridge. It is ever-changing. It feels like a mongrel — a mixture of styles. It doesn’t have the sweeping grace of its tonier cousin. It has been battered and bruised. And yet it goes on. And on a clear day, I can see all … Continue reading [Photo] Two views, one bridge.
Made with Leica SL2 and SL Summicron f2/50mm lens. Continue reading [Photo] A walk along the Embarcadero￼