As the world slowly gets back to work, and as many continue to work from home, I thought I'd share my thoughts on work, leisure and the Covid economy. It was prompted in part by my reading Thorstein Veblen's Theory of The Leisure Class in which he talks of how the leisure class came into… Continue reading Work, Leisure and the Covid Economy: Owl Wisdom Podcast
Spend it, waste it, enjoy it, take too much of it, gift it, cherish it, fritter it away… no matter what we do with our time, we never seem to have enough of it. And try as we might, we can only pack so much into 24 hours. “Yesterday”, as the Beatles have immortalized for… Continue reading How Should We Think About Time?
“If Winter is here, can Spring be far behind?” - Percy Bysshe Shelley So said the great poet, but strangely enough, winter is springtime in Goa! It’s when the air is clean and crisp and when the skies are blue. It’s when the sun smiles down gently and when the birds sing. It doesn’t just… Continue reading A Winter-Springtime Ode to Goa