Origins & Identity
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity” -Charles Dickens
I was born the day before Christmas in Tehran, Iran towards the tail-end of a war and was apparently welcomed by a wave of bombers. I didn’t take it personally– really– but was no longer a huge fan of landlocked cities and instead spent the many years after dwelling beside large bodies of water: Poland’s Baltic Sea, the Persian Gulf, and Nova Scotia’s Atlantic. Presently, I live in Montréal, Quebec beside Saint Lawrence River.
Welcome to my little corner on the transgalactic intersection of the information superhighway.
The phrase ‘Sea Change’ was one of thousands of made-up phrases by a Mr. Billy Shakespeare found in his play The Tempest. It refers to a great transformation, for better or worse. This site serves as a repository for my writing, as well an area to exercise analytical writing. More importantly, it’s a place for me to share cute animal videos, because everyone needs to — aw baby bears!
“Nothing of him that doth fade.
But that doth suffer a sea-change.
Into something rich and strange”