Books – my best friend; my lover; A place I can immerse myself and be lost. Lost in a wonderland with rarely a regret.
Biodiversity. Sounds exotic but isnt, It is an integral part of our daily lives. We only need to open our senses to nature. We need to conserve it. This year’s theme for World Environment day is Biodiversity. And here is my pledge.
Just like Sunrise and Sunsets, I love to gaze at the moon and stars. There lies a different joy in trying to catch a full moon.
We have always taken our circumstances and relationships for granted. And during this difficult time, we have started seeing what brings us real joy. We have started to see that life can go on with basic requirements and how many of us are fortunate to have this verses a vast population who even struggles for food or shelter.
An ode to Corona. An unusual hero for a common issue. Sidelined by world leaders, the Earth favors Corona
The Corona virus pandemic recently wreaked havoc on food supplies and toilet paper. Yes! You heard it right – Toilet paper. Read on for thoughts from a third world country on this crisis.
Another Himalayan trek with stunning views. Views that never cease to amaze me. An experience witnessing a panoramic view of the various peaks in the Garhwal region
Another life changing experience through volunteering work; getting to know different cultures & ways of life. The Food Coop Shop is one of the many such places.
Trains… Mumbai locals… Where bonds fostered are thicker than blood. Well, at least in most cases.
This is my interpretation of a conversation I overheard whilst travelling by train.
And so it goes – a conversation between 2 women. One must have been in her 30’s and the other, late 20’s. The conversation was of challenges post marriage; Of how everyone & everything just seems to change.
The conversation I overheard made me realize – no matter how educated we will be, we continue to live in a conservative and traditional thinking society.