Imagine you have the time to watch a snail crossing a road at its own sweet pace and you are able to appreciate it at ease. Difficult, right? We don’t have time to stand and stare. To recollect and ruminate. Words from the Hills offers a novel perspective to look at ‘time’ and ‘schedule’—forthcoming and bygone—in a unique way. An illustrated biographical work developed around the life, works and philosophy of Ruskin Bond, in this planner we propose to catch those moments of pure joy. From the falling of leaves from deodar trees; moments of love and loss; the journey from innocence to awareness; buzzing dragonflies; to stained and torn pages of forgotten notebooks, this planner (of 12/16 months), perhaps the first of its kind, will open a new window to our understanding of self-preservation and remembrance.