Saturday-Pentacle – Week 48 – 2017

Saturday-Pentacle, Week 48 Issue


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Website of the week –

I’ve been reading on since after a couple of years (around 2014) it’s launch back in August 2012. I’ve seen it grow from few thousands of readers to millions of readers now.

Lately, they changed the branding of from a green theme to a classic black and white with above Monogram logo. Even though I felt comfortable with the green theme and logo but this classic update to the site is welcoming. Nonetheless, the reading experience is the same and better.

I found very deep and moving articles on and I would recommend my readers at Lifestyle Architecture Lab to make reading on a habit. Because it’s really good and will help you grow intellectually than quora/Facebook/Twitter etc.

It’s a long-form reading experience made awesome. You won’t even notice when you finish 1500-2000 words long article in a jiffy.

Here is the link for you. or you can just click the logo and go to

My most popular Instagram post recently

Just met this amazing @furballstory crew at the airport.
When I talked to them. They said they were helping people out, who were in stress due to delayed or missed flights with the help of these therapy dogs.
Met cuckoo (who my sister is holding and Angel (who im holding). They were amazing and indeed our stress was relieved after meeting these amazing people and these super furry trained dogs.
They are based out of Delhi but were visiting Bombay for the first time.
Bombay! We need some more of the @furballstory

Article(s) I’m enjoying (and pondering)

The Girl at the Bar – After a long time I felt connected to written words. I story which moved me. Poked me somewhere deep inside. I can’t say it’s a love story or a tragedy, it’s woven with love, tragedy and nostalgia. That’s what make it beautiful.

A quote from the article to give you the intensity of it –

“People say whiskey is a complicated drink,” Toshiko said. “But for me, it’s a very simple drink — it just happens to be mixed with a lot of complicated feelings.”

― Toshiko

I’m reading/watching/listening to

Songs of Experience

U2 released their next Studio Album yesterday (1st Dec 2017). When I found it on Apple Music I felt extremely excited, because their 2014 album ‘Songs of Innocence’ has powered my long running workouts since then and I found a connection with this old band which I couldn’t find with the latest rock bands.

I’d recommend you start with the below playlist on YouTube, which starts with the song ‘You’re The Best Thing About Me’.

I don’t know there is something about U2…

Quote I’m pondering on lately –

“It is never too late to be what you might have been.”

― George Eliot

Until Next Saturday!

Thanks for reading.


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