“His entire family had been planning a road trip from Delhi to Calcutta for almost five months. On a Sunday morning in November, they left their house in Shalimar Garden, all set to hit the road. His father had been driving for almost seven hours now. The siblings were busy nagging each other as the […]
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… and I am not talking variety in general… I am talking about the myriad spices (literally) that make the repertoire of an Indian kitchen cupboard and/ or drawer- sometimes spanning across several depending upon how many chefs (believing themselves to be so) exist across how many cuisines. Well you see, Indian cuisine is not […]
When you trust her intelligence, her understanding, her awareness, you trust it. And if she finds that she would like to move into love with somebody else, it is perfectly okay.
But it turns out that Gregory was intentionally driving Paula crazy so that he could look for Paula’s aunt’s lost jewels in her attic without raising suspicion. Infact, Gregory was the murderer of Paula’s aunt. Thanks to the detective work of the police, his scheme is exposed, Gregory is arrested and Paula is free from his sinister influence.
The other day, amid all the social distancing and isolation imposed by the pathogen, I had called up a septuagenarian lady living with her husband ( a Parkinson’s patient ) in our society, to enquire about her and asking her if she needed any help in getting vegetables, food, etc. I had also called up […]
Taking personal responsibility for our own happiness involves adopting a “surrender mindset”. The most effective way to develop the surrender mindset involves faith in a larger intelligence or force.
By Sahil Gadhavi “Suffering is a gift. In it is hidden mercy.”- Rumi. Happiness is often like sand. The harder you squeeze, the less you have. While unhappiness, seems like there is an abundance of. Everywhere in society we see so much unhappiness, and it makes one wonder: Am I truly happy? Are you? I […]
Our first impulse might be to pick up some current event or to talk about how good or bad the food is or mention a few impressive things about ourselves. But if a date is the test of the heart then we must talk about things that help two people understand each other at a […]
At the deeper level it seems that world is frightened with the word “Less” so it is busy accumulating “More”. the greed takes over the essential and we think we become king with more but actually we are reduce to be a beggar.
When you see your child undergoing a discomforting emotion, do not suppress it in the children because it makes you feel uncomfortable. Rather use it as an opportunity to help the child recognise and understand what he/she is going through.