Book and Film, Emotions

The innocence at Wildfell

Unapologetically I proclaim the vain nature of Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights. Classic and heavily admired as they are, filled with doom amid romance, they are totally overshadowed by the practicality, blunt nature and straightforward merit of Anne Bronte's magnum opus "The Tenant of Wildfell Hall". The moment I watched it, I watched it again,… Continue reading The innocence at Wildfell

Emotions, Lifestyle

Hypertension gene insertion/deletion: the journey towards empathy as a permanent way of life

Pieces of genes in a human population can get inserted or deleted. Images credit: Pixabay This is a peculiar ordeal which I shared with very few people in my life. Most of my friends in my inner circle are unaware of such an incident taking place. Moreover even at the time of this incident my… Continue reading Hypertension gene insertion/deletion: the journey towards empathy as a permanent way of life

Book and Film

The Scarlet Pimpernel – A viewpoint from empathy

"They seek him here, they seek him there, the Frenchies seek him everywhere". My most favorite film of all time, The Scarlet Pimpernel is important in understanding the turmoil and dynamics of human emotions. I see it not as a comedic artistic film full of exceptional 18th century diction and phrasal verbs, but as a… Continue reading The Scarlet Pimpernel – A viewpoint from empathy

Emotions

The sunshine effect of an empath

Be the sun that helps the plants with photosynthesis, making their meals and helping them grow. After all self growth occurs when others around you grow into tall lush green plants! One of the most important lessons I learnt after unintentionally becoming an empath I realized that no matter how much I try to be… Continue reading The sunshine effect of an empath