Farewell Felipe...

... or the art of losing graciously

Overdrive October 28, 2016 09:30:59 IST
Farewell Felipe...

Sometimes I think about words. Usually specific words that have come up in recent conversations rather frequently. And it’s two such words, that have surfaced all too often for my liking and bludgeoned me on the head until I could no longer ignore them, that served as a trigger for this particular column. “Deserving” and “undeserving”.

Just look at them. They even look tricky, these words. And they’re often used in contexts that are tricky too. The very idea that someone is more deserving of something than someone...

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