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  • Retrospect: On courage and the day it became my friend

    December 6, 2016 • NON-FICTION • Author:

    “What do you think you were doing?” You ask yourself. “I don’t know. I wasn’t being myself!” You answer for yourself. I remember a plane ride from many years ago. A world was opening up for me on the other side of a long flight. Oceans away, a new country was waiting for me. In...

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  • Route to my roots: From immigrant to traveller

    October 31, 2016 • TRAVEL • Author:

    The human population is increasing, yet the world is becoming smaller. A global movement is accessible to more people, yet the circumstances behind movement create divisions in how we see ourselves and how others perceive us. I have become well accustomed to the fine art and agony of global...

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  • Apathy, very much

    February 23, 2016 • NON-FICTION • Author:

      In all these years of being in the United States, the one unaltered feeling underneath it all has been the feeling of not belonging. Most of it is my own doing – building root has never been my priority. I’ve been too busy chasing dreams. I’ve had a crazy winding road for a journey;...

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  • Is Vastu Science Or Superstition?

    March 15, 2015 • SOCIETY • Author:

    Vastu shastra comes from the same ancient hindu scripture as yoga, meditation and the first medicine, Ayurveda, come from.  It is thousands of years old and predates any other known written information pertaining to all things that exist within our world, from astronomy to music to healing. The...

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