"Who am 'I'?" Is it really a big question to answer? The very first lessons in school about 'tenses' empower us linguistically to understand 'They, It, She, He, You, We and I' as 'third-person plural, third-person singular, second-person plural and singular, first-person plural and -singular'. How many times since then, have we used this basic lesson tenses for an endless list of expressions? Maybe the expressions of a lifetime! Or, a niche made up of a very small vocabulary with the simplest words, yet forming the base on which many other expressions rested heavily.
Tense Tenses goes deep into this analysis to know our inner selves through different relationships. In the last chapter (Kind of an Epilogue), “the final Journey’, all the thoughts, beliefs and the resulting mental realm is depicted describing a routine train journey. This book closely evaluates life from a different and novel angle giving the right philosophic temperament, and solutions to most of our problems.