Category: Staying in the Game
From the precipice of death…
This was second coming, not a myth, but I am not sure how long it will last.
Women at Work: Choice is a privilege
More so in developing countries like India.
The delicate struggle of simply existing
If common interest isn’t the incentive, let self-interest be why we care about this.
Why my heart gently weeps
I am not the life of a party but street conversations with strangers is my strong suit. They say introverts excel at one on one conversations. Never ever in my life have I survived an Uber ride without conversing with the driver, for instance. It’s true that common, working class people set off something in…
Remembering Emmanuel Farhi
This month, thousands of readers have read my posts on Emamnuel Farhi, which is why I think, along with me, they would also like to join this online memorial service for the economist who would have turned 42 on September 8th. For those who missed my posts, you could read them below: Emmanuel Farhi Emmanuel…
dear beautiful minds, don’t be perfect
If life doesn’t give you what you truly deserve, what must you do? When you can not be perfect, but you won’t settle for any less, what do you do? I won’t answer because these questions have no answers. Different people have answered it differently over the years. It’s the difference in their responses that…
Emmanuel Farhi: Too young to say goodbye
I didn’t know Emmanuel Farhi except as someone invested in economics and the scholarship of economists. But his death has left me with several pressing thoughts. In an earlier post on this blog written immediately after his death, I had laid out the condolences and conspiracy theories around his death. Today, I am writing more…
Prof. Emmanuel Farhi was too young to die. Just as SSR was too young to die too. Farhi was 41; SSR was 34. In both events, we lost bright stars. This post is on Farhi’s passing away which has shocked people who knew, loved and admired him. Moving tributes poured in from people who knew…