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Divinity Malshe
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tendency to go off the beaten track.Writer,blogger,thinker and a lot of randomness.
tendency to go off the beaten track.Writer,blogger,thinker and a lot of randomness.

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THE FOX AND THE GRAPES - A TWIST IN THE TALE FOR A HAPPY WORLD
When one
afternoon, a fox was walking through the forest, he spotted a bunch of grapes
hanging from over a lofty branch. “Of course”, he thought, “this is exactly
what my parents, my teachers and my friends would want me to reach up to.” So
his endeavours t...

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HAVE YOU MET A JONATHAN KOSHY?
Jonathan's friends remember him as a man who has grown up
on his own; ‘Life was his Parent and Pain his teacher’ . The initial
chapters move slow, documenting Bandra in her good old days. She is painted in
words all over the pages; her people, her roads, he...

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LEARNING TO BE A NOBODY
Have you
ever wondered why our schools and centres of learning are ill-equipped to
nurture creative skills in our children and instead keep them unengaged with
life? Have you wondered why a sufficient number of graduates in India face
unemployment? It is
be...

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LET THE WIND BLOW
Sudha
Murthy’s story, ‘HOW THE SEASONS GOT THEIR SHARE’ , has a share of depth of
understanding for all her readers. In spite of being a story for children, it
has in it material to set ticking the minds of adults too. The story in brief
mentions about God ...

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WHEN THE MIND WHISPERS TO THE BODY.
                          (Thoughts inspired by Dr. Mickey
Mehta – Global Leading Holistic Health Guru/ Corporate Life Coach.) This is a featured article for all
who aspire to join his wellness revolution for human evolution to get
illuminized and Mickeymiz...

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WE CAN SAVE THE EARTH - (On a positive note)
The heroine
of the Indian mythology Ramayana was a female deity of agricultural fertility.
She was believed to have been discovered in a furrow when king Janaka had gone
ploughing. Considered to be a child of Mother Earth, her birth was taken as a
symbolism...

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HEAVEN AT OUR DOORSTEP
Beautiful
things and happenings are always at our doorstep or perhaps a little away. All we
have to do is to see them with our eyes, chew on them with our minds and digest
them with our spirit. To recover our ownership of this planet, we have no
option but ...

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GRAVES OF EXPECTATIONS
READING KABIR BEDI AND M.J.AKBAR TO
UNDERSTAND THE MIND OF A DEPRESSED YOUTH. As I go
through ‘Ramblings on a Beach’ , a
memoir by Mr. Kabir Bedi , where he
describes spending time at the shores where baby waves run to kiss the sand
with fascination and the...

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THEY SAY, FIGHTING LONELINESS GETS EASIER WITH THEM BY YOUR SIDE
The news
flashed saying, ‘A stray dog that had been adopted by a woman repaid her
kindness by laying down its life saving her from a knife-wielding attacker.’
Lucky was the name she had given to this stray who she had adopted and lucky
indeed she was to be ...

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LET THE GRASSHOPPERS SING
What if the
Ant and the Grasshopper, the heroine and the villain of this one of the most
read Aesop’s fable exchanged places? If we were to switch their roles, I’m sure
they wouldn’t fit in easily. The delight of the Grasshopper to enjoy the
beauties of the...
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