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Continuing Life at IIMA

Debashish Reang
Debashish Reang
Hi, friends.
I hope you all are well. Thanks for your continued support. Please share this newsletter with others if you think they would benefit from it.
I just realized how horrible I am. I used to be proud that I love spending time alone, but that doesn’t sound very interesting anymore. I know that is not the kind of start that one wishes for a newsletter.
Don’t get me wrong, I still love “me time”, but for some reason, I feel the need for human interaction more than before. I don’t regret wasting time with my friends or visiting someone. I love it. I think that is the new normal for me.
I’m also happy to inform you that I’ve taken all doses of the anti-rabies vaccine! Seriously, IIMA needs to do something about the dogs on campus, in addition to many things that need fixing. I’ve linked below an article that I wrote.
My friend and I discovered this great shelf of books at the IIMA library. That’s probably the only good part about IIMA. It has books on football, tennis and cricket. I have not gotten around reading them because I’ve been busy (read lazy).
I am excited for the Garba Night happening tonight! I am open to learning about and participating in other cultures. So, when you’re in Gujarat, what better way to celebrate than Garba?
- Debashish Reang
P.S. - I now have a buy me a coffee page. Please go here and buy me a coffee if my writings helped you in any way. You should also go to and check out the latest articles.

I am reading Poor Economics by Abhijit V. Banerjee & Esther Duflo. It has proved very insightful so far.
I am also reading The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien just to distract myself from rigorous subjects and topics. It’s been a fun read so far, I’m about 63% done.
I have also started reading Nothing Much Happens by Kathryn Nicolai. I have just finished reading chapter one and I like it so far. There are just so many things going on in life that I have been slacking off on reading.
Please let me know if you know of better/faster ways of reading books.
Articles & Essays
Having acknowledged that a man must master his circumstances or otherwise be mastered by them, the Count thought it worth considering how one was most likely to achieve this aim when one had been sentenced to a life of confinement. - Amor Towles in A Gentleman in Moscow
…see a loved one in pain is more wrenching than to bear that pain yourself. - Chitra Divakaruni in The Palace of Illusions
"are u busy rn?" yes im listening to music
sometimes you have to forget what you feel and remember what you deserve
llama in a dracula cape
Flight attendant: Do we have a doctor on board

Me: I have a PhD in mathematics

Flight attendant: one passenger is having a heart attack and one passenger is having an asthma attack

Me: *nodding* that makes two
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Debashish Reang
Debashish Reang @reangdeba

Chaotic life of a 22-year-old

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