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Monthly Archives: August 2006
Books! Aah books! sitting in a sunny park outside with a book! What’s the weather like tomorrow?
I was reading Tom Guariello’s blog today and his post made me think about my grandfather. I debated whether to post on this or not, since my grandfather means too much to me that I must decide whether or not … Continue reading
Mere ko abhi ek gaana yaad aaya… kisi aur ko yaad hai kya? Hindi is a language whose idioms, nuances and, very often, metaphors are based on emotions. I wonder if that is why we are all so easily moved … Continue reading
I seem to be proliferously posting today. Anyway, it struck me just now that the two things that mean the difference between life and death, sometimes figuratively, sometimes literally, for women in the third world are education and income. One … Continue reading
You may have what feel like some shocking ideas. That may be true today. But if you actually take the ideas you’re getting, work with them and begin to apply them, in three or six months they will seem not … Continue reading
If the game is lost, Then we’re all the same. No one left to place or take the blame. We can leave this place and empty stone Or that shinin’ ball we used to call our home. — John Perry … Continue reading