Environment, Housing, Natural disaster

The purpose of making home

Its been snowing for four-five days that makes life harder in the UK. The almighty nature is powerful, no one can change its rule and direction using a power of gun or resolutions however loss can be mitigated by making system disaster resilient. Man can feel safe when entering the house from the snowy days.… Continue reading The purpose of making home

Humanity, My Literature, Poetry

A Question, Answer and Summation | Poetry

Lost her life, family, and friends A victim strange woman begging shelter A woman, who is living the house Doesn’t like her to be in the house The husband is wordless State involve making women victim, The victim, stranger! A citizen of no state Within men, however, without humanity! Question- why the creator create a… Continue reading A Question, Answer and Summation | Poetry

food security, Natural disaster, Nepal

Floods, landslides kill many in Nepal

At least 100 people have been killed in Nepal and 45 more in neighbouring India in flash flooding and landslides. The dozens of others have been missing.  Rescue works are under way but the water levels have not declined yet, it has already crossed the danger level. Due to the heavy rainfall (on Friday 11… Continue reading Floods, landslides kill many in Nepal

Haiku, My Literature, Poetry

Life (Haiku)

A cup of strong coffee Getting lower, making colder in every sip Instead, I greet my birthday! ♦ ©Jesi, 2017 http://wp.me/s4eVoB-hiku

Capitalism, Current Issues, Free trade, Globalization, inequality

Injustice is intended as justice: Justice is denied by designed

Some claim the world has achieved tremendous progress and prosperity, however, many believe that more than half of the world’s population are still struggling to have fulfilled their basic needs such as food, clothing, and shelter. Few are enjoying the wealth while many are suffering from extreme poverty. The patterns of resources distribution are extremely… Continue reading Injustice is intended as justice: Justice is denied by designed

Current Issues, Environment

Rivers have full rights of free flowing like a person

Rivers not only facilitate agriculture but also support economy and income. However, rivers have been marginalized and ignored since the industrial revolution, alike indigenous people in the modern society. Considering this fact, human beings must learn that rivers have a life of their own, have the right to be safe and flow freely. If so, what effects would… Continue reading Rivers have full rights of free flowing like a person

Economy, food security

Food: Hygienic or Photogenic

There are attractive photographs or visualisation around the food. Chefs like to display their culinary art in an attractive and decorative way to lure their customers. However, food is more than attractive advertisement and it is a matter of quality, hygiene and nutritional ingredients. A good governance policy must include how ‘food economy’ is being cared.… Continue reading Food: Hygienic or Photogenic

greetings, Humanity, Philosophy

The Discipline of Gratitude

Everyery year on Thanksgiving Day, I scroll through my iPhone contact list of “favorites” and send a text message to my dearest friends and family members. I typically end these texts with lines such as “I am so thankful to have you in my life” or “I am so grateful to know you.” But each… Continue reading The Discipline of Gratitude

e-papers, Women

If you need to speak, speak

''…There is a tendency – particularly for women – to believe that if they work hard and for long enough they will be sufficiently recognized and rewarded. Genna Gardini, a writer and educator, spent many years trying to make herself invisible in order to “quietly produce interesting work that surprises people”. However, upon reflection, she learned… Continue reading If you need to speak, speak

Capitalism, Economy, inequality

Consumers, Employees and Investors are annoying but CEOs get pay rises!

This morning, I had a lovely time to watch Television with strong black coffee and bread and butter. I was updating global news on BBC Breakfast. Hobby is making me crazy. For a conversation Professor Andre Spicer was presented on the screen. Spicer was talking about corporate behaviour. In the answer of a question he… Continue reading Consumers, Employees and Investors are annoying but CEOs get pay rises!

Humanity, technology

Dependency, Debris and Destination

there was a long traffic queue when I was driving through the A331. Suddenly driving became slow in 1st or 2nd gear. There could be two reasons for the slow traffic. One could be road work and other could be accident. But I surely was thinking that was due to accident. I had Goosebumps and felt ‘‘sorry’’… Continue reading Dependency, Debris and Destination

food security, Globalization

What to eat ?

Global population would be about 9.5 billion by 2075 meaning there could be an extra three billion people to feed by the end of the century. Farmland has been either fragmented or been globally encroached due to big projects like construction of infrastructures, housing and other development works. It is estimated that about two billion… Continue reading What to eat ?

Capitalism, opinion, UK economy

Brexit was an outcome of a divided campaign within the Tories

Now, the UK has decided to leave the EU following the results from the referendum. People’s verdict is always supreme; everyone should respect the mandate. But the Brexit was an outcome of a divided campaign within the Conservative party i.e. Prime Minister vs Ex-Mayor of London. Also I think, election time is not good as people are disappointed with austerity measures and the European Union (EU). The EU was unable to sort out the problems of austerity,… Continue reading Brexit was an outcome of a divided campaign within the Tories


Name and fame

(Poetry) Knowledge Used to be free Must be free   But, now It is a commodity Need to buy From the shopping malls We are globalised   The more Name and fame It is money game!     Jesi, 2016©    


Exploitation: A courier giant pays less than living wage | The Guardian

Britain’s second-biggest parcel company, Hermes, which delivers for John Lewis and other major retailers, is paying some of its couriers at levels equivalent to below the national living wage according to a snapshot of information provided by some of those who have worked there. In common with several delivery firms serving the internet shopping boom,… Continue reading Exploitation: A courier giant pays less than living wage | The Guardian