A few months ago I had come to appreciate the American culture of greeting a stranger with a smile (Okay! I’m not sure if it’s American, but… and hey! Not everyone does that. So don’t be alarmed or inwardly abuse me if it didn’t happen to you). Anyway, I liked it, as it made me … More Will The Real You Please Show Up?
A call to fasten the lazy leaden steps –That claims to starve the plummeting glut of mankind,Oh foolish little earth child, we ain’t doing enough.If we did a little more, things would be different, but tis what I now see. Sun glows behind the ashen clouds, peonies covered in dripping mist. Cuckoos call, fawns drink, … More Life on Earth
Growing up in an Indian family and living in an Indian society is a schooling process by itself. We are taught to do so much and taught what not to do so much more. It takes the journey to adulthood to identify which of the taught skills we should follow and which not to. A … More Break ‘em clutches!
In 1932, through the Poona Pact D. B.R Ambedkar first established act of “reservation” that granted separate electorates for the minorities and depressed social classes. Along with the steadfast justice that this move offered came all the doubts and misinformation that will follow every act of social justice through the years. ‘Reservation’ has extended to … More “A little knowledge is a dangerous thing”