The Return Of The Philosopher
I was born a thinker and a philosopher. I called out my parents for worshipping idols at 12. I use to entertain my friends with philosophical ideas and fascinating stories. I changed schools at 15; life happened, and I forgot everything.
Fast forward 7 years, the above picture was taken in the spring of 2018. I had just graduated from Mississippi State University. I was not done reading books though.
The book in the picture, by William J. Hudson, was probably one of the finest books I have ever read. I found it for free. One night (past mid-midnight actually) in the summer of 2017, I was haunting the College of Business. The department of Finance and economics had left some books outside their door with the label "free books." Those days, I lived like a hermit. I had no interest in worldly things. The world had no interest in me. I used to write in my journals only. I dreamt of living a quiet and humble life. But destiny did not agree with me. Things happened and I discovered some people who enjoyed my writings. As times changed, these people grew in number. In 2020, I started this project to share my ideas publicly.