Around 8th century CE, a saintly philosopher lived in Kerala, the southern part of India. Due to his notoriously strange behavior and lifestyle, he was called as ‘Naranathu Bhrandan‘ or ‘the mad man of Naranath‘. But through his odd actions, he strived to convey great messages to laymen. Waking up… Continue Reading Oblivious to the Obvious

With decorated trees, carols and Santa Claus, the beautiful season of Christmas is here again. It also reminds the philosophical story of three wise men who traveled from the east to worship Jesus. Indeed time flies¬†by very fast. It was in the Christmas season of 2017 that I choose to… Continue Reading The Wise Men’s Christmas