A necessary evil

Valuable life lessons learned from the tragic events at the Raid

Overdrive October 20, 2016 17:07:27 IST
A necessary evil

From the eyes of a rather young and comparatively inexperienced person, a majority of the human race seems to be looking for something rather simple " normalcy. Give them a steady nine-to-five job, a loving family and a roof over their head and they’ll be content for the rest of their time on earth. And there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that " to each his own, I say.

But then, there are people on the other end of this spectrum who find this whole business of normalcy a bit too normal for their liking. They sometimes choose to...

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