Welcome to my digital archive
This site is mainly a collection of my writings over the past 33 years. (I've been writing for longer than that, but this record of my digital life began at Princeton in 1986).
The easiest way to find something here is to use the search box. Type in a subject and chances are I've written about that at some point.
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My favourite writings...
This is the 9th month of the year 1999. There are 99 days to go to the last year of this century. Do you feel a sense of destiny?
A BUTTERFLY flapped his wings in East Timor, setting up gentle spirals of air currents that grew as they intersected harmoniously with others nearby. He lived gloriously for a few short hours, mated, and died. Night fell and the remnants of his wings tossed and turned, no longer with life of their own, in the now strong breeze.
The stars looked down silently upon the scene. They had seen it before.
How we deal with death is as important as how we deal with life...
My tribute to Dr Abu Asvat was published in The Daily Princetonian and since then has appeared in many other places.