Welcome to Life in 361˚. This blog is an 'open journal' - a space where I keep notes on bits & pieces I come across day-to-day - including books and articles I've read that I feel are worth sharing, interesting pictures and photos (I'm a visual learner, you see), random musings - and anything else that happens to catch my eye or ear. It also acts as a kind of 'open experiment' in terms of developing my views and writing skills - and networking with other people of a like-mind.

If you've stumbled upon here randomly, then I suggest you check out my biography and other pages.

Please Note: This site, and the social networking profile pages connected with it, reflect my personal interests & views which do not necessarily represent those of organisations I am affiliated / associated with.


Ode to Bosnia

It is roughly a year since I travelled to Bosnia (Mostar & Sarajevo) and I continue to follow its story - stumbling on this moving piece by Haroon Moghul.

Bosnia is the story of a patchwork people once conquered, once united, once divided, now fragmented into warring tribes. A beautiful, forgotten window on times gone by. A window that has been smashed into shards of glass and scattered - a "failed state."

We shouldn't forget what has happened in this far flung corner of Europe. Because if you look closely, you will see our own society reflecting back - a dreamy vision of what could be cast against a warning of what might be.

No comments: