One of those times (and fortunately not amongst the frequent ones) when I realise how much I am relying on technology to keep myself reminded of pretty little things. The habit of starting the day with powerful and positive quotes is continuing as usual. I religiously maintain the list of all these wonderful sayings. Well, it's not… Continue reading The Fast and Furious February
If you are wondering what's the title all about, you need to check out one of my earlier blogs. It was back then I had optimistically thought that it's gonna be a monthly affair. Well, it still is. Just that I missed summarising it for the month for Dec. And given that I missed it… Continue reading I will continue for the rest of the months too..
I look in the mirror Stare at my reflection I wonder who’s that? With a smile on my face And questions in mind Me and my self begin to chat. The picture is crystal clear No room for illusion Though years ago I’d say there was Good deal of confusion Born as a daughter Grew… Continue reading What does my reflection say?
Words carry power. Good words can work wonders while a small goof up with words can prove to be destructive. Positive words can keep the negative energy and emotions at a bay. Needless to state, good words can give a great kick-start to the day. So I decided to follow (consistently) this age-old, tried and… Continue reading What I did this November !
Dashavatar or the 10 avatars of Lord Vishnu, happens to be one of the most fascinating themes of Indian Mythology. The more you read about each avatar and characters within each avatar, many parallels to the real world and to the present era can be drawn. And that perhaps, is the beauty of Indian Mythology and… Continue reading Dashavatar RELOADED
Parents are supposed to be the first teachers of a child. And it’s equally true that your kids also are your teachers, not be the first ones though. May be its not appropriate to generalize, however I think and my experience also says that kids take up the role of teacher at later stages in… Continue reading What I learnt from my daughter
'I need to attend to some urgent work' said the teacher and instructed the students to carry on with their lessons. 'I'd be back in half an hour' she said hurrying off to get the work done. The teacher managed to finish her work in about 20 min and rushed back to the class only… Continue reading An act of Discipline +