Tag: Family

My Friend Mani (Fin)

Continued from My Friend Mani We went to Mani’s home next evening. We took chocolates and a couple of board games for his two children-

My Friend Mani

I really don’t want to talk about Mani. But I must talk about him. I feel compelled to tell the story- and to tell it

Milk Of Human Kindness

Sid Balachandran hardly needs an introduction. Chances are, if you are in the market for quality reading and edge-of-the-seat fiction, you’ve come across Sid’s blog

An Hour In The Garden

I don’t know why I have come into the garden today. Everyday when I return from training, I go straight upstairs. Today, I didn’t. Instead

Grounded

    The Earth (ground) is a leveler. It has the ability to absorb as well as to exude energy. It can absorb negative energy

Sunday Brunch #9

Festivals are not dates on the calendar; they happen when your family comes home. When they are far from you, you may remain in touch

It Could Have Been Me

I had been married three years on that sultry June afternoon. Delhi and I had come to the conclusion that we couldn’t get along. We

Spaced out!

She had me at hello! Rachna, I mean. She had me at hello, lock stock and barrel. I’ve happily stayed ‘got’ ever since. She ‘gets’

The Makers

A close friend shared this video a short while ago. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSVYvUHg4UA&w=560&h=315] The video triggered a few questions within me. I would like to leave them

Two Little Girls

The story is old but timeless, as all good stories must be. There was nothing distinguishing, let alone spectacular, about those two girls. They lived

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