Clichéd and Stereotypical ‘New Beginnings’ might sound, but it was the obvious choice for the physical materialisation of The Triangle. It is also one of the most universally relatable topics. New Beginnings is something most people do every minute. You begin that particular minute, a new minute in your life, just like a new hour, a new day, a new year, or a new century.
New Beginnings may not be about some particular physical happening that will occur in the future, but more about something within your mind; like a determination could be a New Beginning. A New Beginning of believing and striving to achieve.
New Beginnings are not always about starting anew, they could well be about giving up something from the past and moving on, away from the old and harmful.
In this very first issue, we bring to you, poems, articles and happenings from Tridha -the regular newsletter contents that will make your reading a better experience, along with artwork that inspires and has as much thought put into it as all of Lady GaGa’s costumes. Expect the regular, while we try to outdo ourselves in bringing the new for you.
Exclusive in this issue is also an interview with the man seen most often and hardly spoken to, the man who seems behind the school, but honestly is the one, along with others holding it up. Yes, Patrick Brillant. In his own words, explaining why he started a place where we all belong now.
While speaking to the Frenchman seems most intriguing an experience and one which will be pondered over for a while, there are other things that come together in this issue, a candid release of dirty-little-secrets of teachers by one amongst themselves, an honest counsel on creating great first impressions and a review of a book, which like all the others is simply brilliant.
And then we come back again, to our theme, New Beginnings. Let this magazine guide and help you to create one of your own, a beginning like no other, a beginning that is truly yours.
Kalansh Gala, Editor