Shashi Raj Pandey

a random thought scribbler

| Network Economics | Game Theory | Wireless Communications | Distributed Machine Learning |

Adulting

Travel rituals when adulting takes us to places we’ve seldom thought about. We make up ourselves, from the core of our heart t...

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Becoming colorless

That day, I was cornered and schooled, “Life is all about colors,” and meaningless without - I was all black and white. People...

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Time

When the time will tell “This ground belongs to you.” where the flames of desire have burned down things, you always knew. Whe...

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Giving up on a liveable Earth

What keeps these clouds afloat that makes the raindrops. What lifts them up-and bring back- I used to wonder when I was growing...

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Her

Her voice resonates in the darkness of early Autumn, and the breeze that upholds the very imprint of her self; It tells me how ...

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Rain

The clouds becoming ‘dark’ from white- a mellow journey turned into a rage; full of anguish-the storms and lightning. What’s le...

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Thinking about home

I then lie down, and feel the clouds around- sailing swiftly as the wind; With strange figures, faces - odd shapes they carry ...

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An Upside-down mask

These days, we don’t need to pretend much. Like we’re talking to each other- the way we used to; we all wear masks over our fac...

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My "minimalist" thoughts

If it’s not that easy to acquire the taste of life; the circumstances; the situations; the boundaries; Altogether - at once; it...

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Lamentation

When the sky turned deep blue People locked themselves ‘inside’- Contemplating the ‘blue sky’. Some said the color resembles t...

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“Not Expressing The ‘Present’ — Overshooting For The Future”

[1] The ‘Unacknowledged’ Present Imagine the time we slip into voidness-which, for me, would be an epitome of personal narrativ...

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Silence

Once, in a deserted land, Lived families of adults, In harmony with nature. They never felt hungry. They never get tired. All ...

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The Willingness of Becoming Helpful

There’s a question on my mind for quite long. “How far one’s optimism alone can take them to?”. Well, this post is less likely ...

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