Equations of a Being: A being who gathered Moss

Socrates By Socrates, 17th Aug 2017 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/3lhbriqd/
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Equations of a Being: A being who gathered Moss is a collection of thought pieces pertaining to existential spectrum.

Equations of a Being

Recently I came across ‘Equations of a being’ which more or less was about existentialism. It is about unraveling a being who is not a rolling stone but someone who relishes those intermittent pauses and gathers moss.

I also feel that it brings together of all those vulnerable and invincible fragments of existence.In this book, the author has tried to weave together the abstract, physical, and somewhat spiritual attributes of life, which comprehensively cover the crests and troughs that a being goes through. The Author has revealed his realizations that he has gathered either out of his solitary indulgence with life or out of his interactions and conversations with the living.

Each chapter in this book depicts the strides of reflections that he took or the introspective pauses that he went through, which deepened the impressions of the being within. All pieces of thoughts are concisely documented which leaves the doors open to varied interpretations.

As the title suggests, each piece of thought resembles an equation, a leaf out of his book or a strand of his existence, through which readers will reach the periphery and eventually to the core of a being. It seems that he wants readers to stroll along, as he delves into an artistic realm, as he centrifuges the virtues of life, and as he converses with the crumbling human race. He wants them to cognize their own equations by deciphering the essence and trajectory of a whole being and by drawing inspiration from his continuous surge to find perfection within and without.

Do give it a read.

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