Random Gyan #17 – Home To A Bookworm

  A good book feels like home. When you leave it’s world behind, you yearn to get back to it. You find yourself uncomfortable in the real and present world that feels alien to you. You seek those who have read the same book and you connect with them like compatriots of the same nation.…

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#CuttingPaani – An Initiative To Save Water

It’s that time of the year again in most parts of India when the sun boils your blood and even 5 minutes under the sunlight could feel like being pricked by a thousand needles. Summertime in India is nothing like the romantic summers that most from European and American nations long for. Indian summers could…

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An Open Letter To Stay-At-Home Moms

Dear Stay-At-Home Mom, I know you’re lonesome. I know it gets tough when you have to give up so much for not much in return. I know you’re there for everyone while no one’s there for you. I know that no one understands your frustration. I know that no one appreciates your devotion. I know…

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Books That Are Home To Me

It was Jo March who said, β€œSome books are so familiar that reading them is like being home again.” Last night I was watching the movie Little Women, and though I’d read the book years and years ago when I was still a school girl, last night was my first time watching the movie. I…

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WHAT MOTHERHOOD TAUGHT ME ABOUT TIME

Originally posted on Candles Online:
“I need to make time for working out.“ “You should make time for the kids.” “He needs to make time for his check-ups.“ These are just random sentences, from everyday lives, but notice how they all use the phrase ‘make time’. How do you think this phrase originated? I mean…

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We Made A Home

We made a home, You and I, We made love therein, You and I, We made our children then, You and I, We made memories for them, You and I.     We paid the mortgages off, You and I, We taught them all, You and I, We soothed their hurt knees, You and I,…

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