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A thought how we move on in life, experiences and that one should never stop exploring.
A woman who was rushing like mad along an underground train corridor to catch the train that she had listened in the distance, let me thinking about the stupidity of rushing at all times for nothing.
This is a sequel to a fellow writers well mind applied article..Hope you will make your own contributions also Now read on kindly please.....
Easter celebrations are on progress. I love them even though I'm not a very religious person, but I was born in a Christian society and they are part of our culture and civilization.
Some words of optimism to help people through the coming year
PLEASE NOTE MY SINE CURVE IS AGAIN ABOVE 1000 LEVEL AND SO MANY STONE LIKE NUTS..What are the NUTS FOR NUTS LIKE US
My experience with being poor and handling money. This is my attempt of explaining why less fortunate people don't take care of their money and how the situation could be remedied.
Respect for one another while in a relationship is a very important thing - a concept a friend had to learn the hard way.
Knowledge vs Clairvoyance Very educative discourse published over here. It would have been much more effective if he had posted the TEN COMMANDMENTS in the article. Then all he said would have had a greater impact. I do hope he will do.
A view of life from my side, A view on the youngsters of India ,the education system A view on the thinking of an Indian student. .
A year ago, I was ready to give up on life but I'm still standing. Now, I'm writing to folks who might feel they are ready to do the same. If you find yourself at such a point, just take a couple of minutes to read through this and take things from there.
When I heard that the actor, writer, wit and raconteur Stephen Fry faces prosecution in Ireland for an alleged blasphemy contained in what seem to me fairly innocuous remarks, it reminded me that recently an anti blasphemy law was enacted in that so called liberal utopia, Canada. Blas...
A look at the strained relationship between African countries/leaders and the International Criminal Court and how that could bring the birth of the African Court of Justice and Human Rights.
This is about the similarities between the car and the human body. It is a bit strange. It is also true.
Timber is one of the costliest commodities needed for from rail, ship, bus and bridge building to houses and furnishing them, available unfortunately only in timber producing countries. India, especially the densely forested state of Kerala, has an abundance of timber which rots away ...
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