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Is it Good to have Empathy?

I was surprised to note that this word came into English just 100 years back. Mr. Sashi Tharoor; could this be the reason why the White man didn’t have a change in the heart until recently? When a Nirbhaya gets assaulted or a child falls into a well, the whole nation resonates in empathy; we […]

Humble suggestion to the Doctors

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The doctor was staring at my ECHO readings. He had a convoluted, distorted face, the scariest I had ever seen. “Doctor, could you tell me what’s happening to my heart”, I ejaculated. “It’s ok now but later in life, you could have a heart attack”, he exclaimed. That’s it. I paid Rs 3000 for ‘it […]

Man the VIRUS vs Covid 19 the VACCINE

For billions of years, mother earth was halcyon. Flowers bloomed, butterflies roamed around with gay abandon, birds chirped without a bother, river waters sparkled in the sun, mountains and oceans maintained their pristine and tranquil nature.

Our sages knew it long before the rest of the world

A beautiful custom – the bride and bridegroom are dragged to watch the Arundathi star as a part of their marriage vows. The couple pretends to see it, not knowing its significance. This tradition has been followed for over 5000 years of recorded Indian history. The stars are binary – Arundathi & Vasishta, which revolve […]

Future of Families

What would be the future of families? The holocaust shattered the dreams of millions of families, as did the largest exodus in the world. 18 million people transmigrated to Punjab to fulfill the desires and whims of Jinnah. Recently, ISIS & Assad stood steadfast on their ideology, hence trans-locating a million families. Is this migration […]

WHY THIS BOOK

Manglayam tantunanena mama jeevana hetuna, Kanthe badhnami subhage twam jeeva sarada satam I tie this sacred thread around your neck, auspicious lady, so that we live together for 100 years.

What Faith is ‘NOT’

My daughter (at age 5) would get up in the morning and say ‘I smell tomato thokku’. Her faith was so strong, that tomato thokku would appear in our house in the next one hour. Faith is the substance of things not felt, the evidence of things not seen. My daughter had faith.