Nature rejoices, clouds drift in the sky, Bees buzz, vibrant colored butterflies, The nightingale at dawn sweetly sings, Heralding the arrival of the vibrant spring! Flame of the forest lines the street, Fiery wild orange flowers a treat, Golden daffodils sway in the breeze, Besides the brook, beneath the trees! The cool breeze… Continue reading When Spring Comes In
I was delighted to know that my son had baked a vanilla cake for my grand-daughter for her birthday. And she decorated it lovingly with her friends. Creativity at its best.
In the end, it’s the little things that matter— the surprise and Joy I felt when I saw my cousin outside the airport waiting to see me, the sunset sky from my aunt’s place, relishing steaming hot coffee and crisp dosas in "Arya Nivas" with my cousins, celebrating my nephew’s wedding reception with my aunts,… Continue reading It’s the Little things that matter
I’ve difficulty with reading and/or writing, I need support, please see me through my eyes, It’s the poor coordination and staying organised, And the curriculum is not modified to meet, The Learning Disability children’s right! You rebuke me when to school I’m late, And I can’t tie my long shoelaces, I… Continue reading RIGHT TO EDUCATION
Gratitude is one value which is eroding. According to researchers at Harvard medical school, gratitude helps people feel more positive emotions, relish good experiences and improves wellness. It is about having a realistic perspective on things to be grateful for. It is about choosing what to focus on and placing value on… Continue reading How to cultivate Gratitude
Nagesh is someone, Who inspired me, He is neither my friend, nor my dear one, He is a common man, Who sells vegetables in Mumbai. He was a young, a poor boy of thirteen, Who helped his father, Pichamani, hawk vegetables, Under the big, old neem tree. In the year 1990. His younger… Continue reading He Sat Smiling Under the Neem Tree
Someone asked me the other day, “Don’t you have any fears?” I said, "I don’t fear people or ghosts but I have claustrophobia.” For those who do not know the meaning, it is fear of closed places. I would dread going up in a lift to higher floors. But I have been lucky, most often… Continue reading Look fear in the face…