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The Stranger 0

The Stranger

Every friend starts out as  a stranger. At least in the beginning. It all starts with a fleeting look into someone’s eyes. Tentative, inquiring, wondering. Then comes a blink , two blinks maybe ,...

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Fleeting rainbows

When the monsoons are about to end we often have days of brilliant sunshine with the occasional rain shower. That’s when we get rainbows so faint and fragile that you almost miss them in...

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Marking Time – The Futility of Marching.

This morning’s peace was shattered not in the usual way with screeching brakes or honking horns, but with the shouts of Lef, Lef, Lef, Rye, Lef. Indeed, I realised how soon yet another academic...

The Case of the Shrinking Wash 0

The Case of the Shrinking Wash

Old timers like me will remember book shelves in their homes with titles like “The Case of the Velvet Claws” written by Earle Stanley Gardner who was widely read by our parents. The iconic...

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Losing your mind while Finding Fanny

Today was an unexpected free day and I called up my friend Jo to see if she was free to join me for a movie. She was busy but made time for a movie....

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The Benefits of Walking

This morning I got a WhatsApp message from a dear friend which I’d like to share Walking is the best exercise A lot of ‘walking away’ will do your life good. ‘Walk away’ from...

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The Dismissal

“Life has many twists and turns and sometimes what looks like a very bad day can just be clearing the way for good things to come.” ― J. Kim Wright “You’re wanted upstairs.” “Just...

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5 Things I’d do if it were my last day on this planet

The other day Anna Shetty and I were talking about living life to the fullest . Too often put off till tomorrow what we can do today and this means that many things we...

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When you get attitude instead of gratitude

Every cloud has a silver lining.  After every night comes the day. As you sow, so shall you reap. I am an eternal optimist and always know that there is someone out there looking...

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Days Merging

Clouds over the city These last few months I find my days just merging into one another – almost seamlessly even though the sun sets and rises every day! With this state of Sundays...

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