Book Review – All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. All the Light We Cannot See is a book about survival in the face of hopelessness and despair. It is the story of two young people who were at opposite sides of a war that was waged to no one’s benefit. A war … More A Tale About Hanging in there When All is Lost
Book Review of Still Me by Jojo Moyes Rating: 4/5 Still Me by Jojo Moyes is the third book in the series and the only one I have read so far. Saw the first one as a movie and loved it and so decided to take this one up. The story of Luisa Clark continues … More A Book About Staying in Touch with Yourself
Here’s my review of The Dalai Lama’s Cat by David Michie. The Dalai Lama’s Cat gives us an insider view of what it means to be in the presence of divinity and wisdom. Written in a narrative style, the book charts the journey of a stray cat from the streets of Delhi to the chambers … More Be Mindful of the Moment you are In
There are times in our lives when we meet someone and fall in love with them. Then there are some relationships where we invest a lot of ourselves because we are that kind of a person. We care with such involvement that we do not even bother to pick up signals that maybe the other … More Dare to Care
If we cannot see it, does it mean it does not exist? Our need to define everything, our need fit everything into the parameters of what we can touch and feel often limits our ability to be compassionate about what we cannot explain. When someone falls ill and we can see the symptoms, it is … More Why so Sad?
Never have I been so conscious of my own shortcomings as I am now as a mother…to watch how I react every time I feel something. Then again, I think, by monitoring how I react, am I not killing my son’s spirit of spontaneity? While my lovely son has brought back the many delights of … More Ramblings of a mother
I saw Agneepath (the new one) this Saturday. I liked the movie…for many reasons and also disliked it, again for many reasons. But this isn’t a movie review. Its the thought I was left with as I came out of the theater. As I stepped out I was a bit disturbed, a bit worried and … More The Angry Hero!