Category: Opinions

I have an opinion on the Movies that I see and the Books that I read. As a gizmo freak, I love sharing my experiences with different gadgets . And as a regular shopper, I like to make my opinions known on the different brands available in the market. Participating in Blog Hops is another of my passions and this is the place where I file my posts in the various blog hops that I link up with.

LIFESTYLE, Opinions

Unity in Adversity

If you put on the TV , you only hear updates on the Coronavirus. WhatsApp messages are about Coronavirus. And everyone is exhorting everyone to stay at home . Stay at home and flatten the curve . Slow down the March of the Virus. And in this endeavour we Indians are proving not only are …

LIFESTYLE, Opinions

Every cloud DOES have a silver lining

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Life is a shipwreck but we must not forget to sing in the lifeboats.                                                                              ~Voltaire So now …

LIFESTYLE, Mumbai Diary, Opinions

Hoarding means different things to different people

Different folks, different strokes In the eternal debate of Nature vs Nurture, there is no clear winner. It is apparent that both are equally responsible for making you who you are. My mother came from a generation where natural calamities especially failed monsoons were a regular occurrence. They were used to shortages. Some products were …

FOOD, Opinions

What are you cooking today?

With everyone housebound, eating has assumed prime importance in my home . After all there is only so much tv you can watch and only so many books you can read . Talking to friends is another option but with everyone having only ONE thing on their minds, there is nothing much to talk about …

LIFESTYLE, Opinions

Discovering mindfulness

The world discovered mindfulness in the 70’s. Those were the Flower Power years when hundreds of young people were finding themselves. Many took to drugs, many took to travel. But their goal was essentially the same: to find out their purpose in life.  Thich Nhat Hanh, the Vietnamese Buddhist monk introduced mindfulness to the West. …

BLOG HOPS & CHALLENGES, Opinions

Thoughts on a Monday morning #MondayMusings

Thoughts in a Waiting Room I seem to spend most of my time waiting. Today I’m waiting at the ACI Cumballa Hill hospital down the road . I’m waiting for the Physiotherapist. This old hospital has yet another avatar as the Asian Cancer Institute. It started out as a premier nursing home in the early …