Finding Mr. Right ….I never had to assay for this search. I
was served by destiny. We met through common relatives and friends and the journey
began. I was not on a hunt for Mr. Right. Still in my final
year of post-graduation, at the age of 22, I was in a...
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As I travel through the decades of life journey, experiences accumulate. Myriad thoughts cross and cover the mind. Some stay forever and might have got imprinted in my DNA while some would have embarked and evaded. Some evaporate in a jiffy while other sublimates and leaves its mark for ever. With experiences, accommodations are made for the new thoughts- some older one get kicked out while other ones get altered and modified giving place to the new acquired outlook. I grow with each experience and keep accumulating each one in my bank of “wisdom”. Others around me might feel that I am growing old but I feel that I am growing “wiser” each day.
A mother, a Montessorian and a special educator, I am fortunate to spend a considerable amount of time each day with children. Working with these pure souls has been a path of spiritual realization. Their unconditional love, innocence and bliss blankets around me and I feel blessed to be with them. I thank my daughters and these children in my life for being a part of my life, for being my inspiration and constant source of energy, for being my teachers to teach invaluable life lessons and for helping me grow personally and spiritually.