One Love Is All We Need

Love: One love is all we need. “It is an advanced nasal cancer, stage 3” my mother in law gave a shocking news to me over the phone. My father in law was detected with cancer. She had to inform people about his health. I froze for a minute after I heard about his health. It was not at all possible for me to digest the word – the dangerous monster cancer. “What next?” was

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He never said – “I Love You”

  Sophiya getting ready for the most important date tonight, with her exciting smile in front of the mirror talking herself, “how beautiful I look in my black party gown”. Door bell ring Sophia run with her high heels and welcome her besties Cristina. “Ohh!! My God I was just dying to see such gorgeous women this many years”. “Ohh! Cristina you know today I am on the top of the world and wants to

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Upanishad Dnyaan : Shivling {उपनिषद ज्ञान : शिवलिंग}

Upanishad Dnyaan : Shivling {उपनिषद ज्ञान : शिवलिंग} This article is a reproduction of a verse of the Mahanarayan Upanishad, षोडशोनूवकः {16th Anuvak}, which is being reproduced here from two sources : one – the original book where I first came across this,Mahanarayan Upanishad by translated by Swami Vimalanand, and 2nd – the website Śrī Vaiṣṇavism. A third confirmatory source is the site Speaking Tree. The commentary has also been taken from both sources. The objective of this is to apprise those

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gratitude for my professor

Gratitude for my professor One day, I went into a classroom to wait for a friend of mine. When I went into the room, the professor, suddenly appeared and asked me to go to the board to write something, to work something out. I told him that I couldn’t do it. And he said, why not?’ I said, ‘because I’ m not one of your students.” He said, it doesn’t matter. Go to the board

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A Dot Of Gratitude

Way back, when I was in contact with my teenage self, I remember coming across images of little children darkening the glossy pages in the magazines. No, they were not a bunch of juniors crowned in a reality show. Not models, not sponsored star kids, nor child prodigies either. Their faces bore meek simplicity and eyes in search of something. I attempted to decode those expressions, but, in vain.   As I grew up some

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