This is a tale of a different boy. A different sort of man. He was called Himsaka at birth, then changed to Ahimsaka, and then, following events made it Angulimala. His birth was marked by several omens, most of them bad. The constellation of thieves appeared in the skies, and black cats swarmed the palace. … Continue reading ANGULIMALA AND THE DIVINE TREADMILL
Gerascophobia, named after the son of Nyx, Geras, from Greek mythology, is the fear of old age and inevitable death. As Wikipedia defines it, Gerascophobia is the abnormal fear of ageing or growing old. Gerascophobia may be based on anxieties of being left alone, without resources and incapable of caring for oneself. Now, I have … Continue reading GERASCOPHOBIA AND YAYATI
. . .But, no. As his luck was like your chances of the Math teacher being absent . . .