#WATWB Month 5: Everyday Heroes

Hello everyone and welcome to the We Are The World Blogfest, Month 5. About 5 months back I signed up for this blogfest that concentrates on the good in humanity and aims to spread cheer and bonhomie through stories and news reports of acts of human kindness. Since then I’ve made friends, connections, learnt a…

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Thirty Seconds Tales #7: His Redemption + Fone Free Day

Fifteen years ago, a middle-aged couple’s home was broken in. The thief took away money, jewellery and a dysfunctional laptop. Two weeks later, that house had been put up for sale in the papers. Another two weeks later the thief found the couple staying with his own aunt as tenants, one of who was disabled and thus unable…

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Guest Post: A Ray Of Sunshine

FetinaTwinkle Purpleorangesite Is life really complicated or are we complicating it? This question often crosses my mind. So what do you think… are we or is it?? There are lot of moments in life which go unexplained. Where we go in search of answers or try to find reason’s. It certainly isn’t easy to find…

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We Are The World Blogfest

A few days back I came across this great initiative started by a fellow-blogger, Damyanti and her Co-hosts, where they try to bring some positivity, humanity and brightness into this dark period of human history, which has known evrything from death due to natural disaters, to war and terrorism. Each day when we read the…

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Guest Post – Day 4: The Oddities of Religion

The Oddities Of Religion by Bloggeray Blog – Musingsite   Religion, belief, identity. Could be mere words, could be potential explosives. The major religions of the World – Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism among others — all have their holy books. They have ideas that guide their followers to tread a certain path. The problem is that…

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Guest Post – Day 2: Couple on a Rickshaw

Hello Everyone! Day 2 is here and I’m back with another Guest Post, like I promised in my earlier post. This time I have the pleasure of posting a story on faith from a very thoughtful, down to earth and pleasant writer. There is a certain vintage-y quality to his writings that I quite admire.…

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