Don’t bother! They will figure their way out!

I had stopped writing and suddenly I feel like doing it again because I recently met a friend and my friend's thought made me think over again. What my friend thinks is that how much rut these people live in, by 'these people' means people living in cities "How boring their lives are and how... Continue Reading →

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The old lady who lived by the bench.

Today I am sitting out on the bench having tea from nearby tea stall. Don't ask why no coffee! While it has been days that have been here didn't know what really has changed. I can assure you, there must have been many changes around here in peoples life as well as development but not... Continue Reading →

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Shiv kept staring at the cieling fan under which he was lying down on his yoga mat. In the peaceful silence and darkness of the night he was trying to listen to the music of the rains outside. But on either of his sides were two of his room mates who were swimming deep in the sea of sleep and unconciously competing with each other with their loud snores. Both were equally loud and unpleasant to listen to. To add to this there were couple of mosquitoes singing and dancing loudly around his ears. But admist all this shiv lied unmoved with both his hands on his chest staring at the cieling fan. Slowly with his right hand he tried reaching for his mobile to check what was the time. he wasnt suprised to see that its been just 5 hrs he had slept but his eyes were wide open…

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From Ten to Twenties

June to September is Rainy Season in India. These years it seems to have taken rest for two to three weeks of June and it planned to proceed last week onwards. It is not a good sign for farmers as well as to the people who manage city’s water supply and to those who get... Continue Reading →

Just a sight to change a thought

             Today, I woke up early and found my way to nearest McDonald’s Store for breakfast. The store is hardly 400 meters distance from the place I reside. This is good for morning walk and to burn some calories before you refill. I am not an early riser due to... Continue Reading →

The Best January!

Every person has a story to tell so do I. I was at twelfth grade at High School College and had a crush on a girl from a same residential area in the town. Well technically I had crush on her two three years before that but never felt like telling anyone. But since I... Continue Reading →

Remembering 1838

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Memory Monday

Let it be known that Martin Luther King Day (which is today) is my favourite Monday holiday. I even like it better than the Fourth of July. But I have nothing else to say about it, so I hereby acknowledge it, sincerely wish you a happy one, and am now going to talk about something else.

I have really early memories. I mean really early. But I’ll bet you didn’t know they go all the way back more than 130 years before I was born.

Back then, my name was Anna Russell.

I was the daughter of a Congregational minister. (These days, I’m the daughter of a Baptist one.)

In 1838, I was 18, commuting to a nearby town each week and boarding with an older couple, so I could teach children in a one-room school. I would travel home, usually by wagon and the kindness…

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