For me, inspiration is very rarely computer related. It’s classic movies, old books, looking at people in the streets of New York. Sometimes it’s just closing my eyes and waiting for an idea to come. —┬áThom Browne Continue reading Inspiration

Ties that bind

Today is Raksha Bandhan, an annual festival in India that celebrates the relationship between brothers and sisters. Rakhi is a sacred thread that a sister ties on her brother’s wrist. The thread is a symbol of her love for her brother, and also it is a symbol that a brother’s livelong vow to protect her and her honor. It is the favorite aspect of my cultural heritage. My baby sister has been more like a great friend and also come to my rescue in my time of need. I also have another equally giving and caring sister, though she isn’t Indian and I didn’t even know her for nearly two-third of my life. They both make my life worth living. To sisters then!

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