A rich tycoon, a slum-boy and a nurse meet at a quarantine area in a hospital at a time of a world-wide pandemic. With different backgrounds, beliefs and baggage the three strike conversations that turn to connection which eventually challenges their outlook on life, and change their thinking. Their characters unravel through bits of dialogue … Continue reading Polemics in a Pandemic (A Short Story)
COVID-19: God’s Preferential Deference?
A few days ago, I took an evening walk with a friend who had visited. We follow the train track, breathing in fresh air from the surrounding forest. This is refreshing especially after spending time in quarantine. After about twenty minutes, the train track makes a diversion and leads us to a wide road and … Continue reading COVID-19: God’s Preferential Deference?