Chasing The Shadows

Beware lest you lose the substance by grasping at the shadow–Aesop Hello friends, Getting into the profession of a teacher I have to interact with so many people. In the process, so many newer dimensions of human relationships are unfolding before me. One thing I particularly observed is the fickleness and  impermanence of a strongContinue reading “Chasing The Shadows”

All about a Performance!

Hello friends on 15th August, we all Indians celebrated our 75th Independence day. Earlier as a homemaker, I remained largely away from the festivities that’s mainly centered around various schools and community functions, sports and other art competitions. But this time, becoming a school teacher, got to experience the holding of a cultural function involving Continue reading “All about a Performance!”

The Antics of My Grown-up Kids – 2

Hello friends, here I am with another episode of the Antics of My grown-up children. There might be a plenty of them in the memory disc of parents, some of them  are worth mentioning. In my last blog, I told you about my daughter, this time it’s about my son, who has just freshly bidContinue reading “The Antics of My Grown-up Kids – 2”

The Antics of My Grown up Kids! — 1

Hello friends, seeing the antics of the little children while growing up, thrill the parents immensely. But sometimes the actions of the grown up kids fill us with glee. As you might know that I have two kids, both have reached adulthood, yet their behavior at home most of the time touches the borders ofContinue reading “The Antics of My Grown up Kids! — 1”

Showing the Way

Give light and people will find their way – Ella  Baker Hello friends, in one lifetime if you can give proper direction to at least one diverted soul and help him or her to find the right way to their destination, then you can rest assured that you have done your job well as aContinue reading “Showing the Way”

The Tender Affection

Hello friends it’s quite sometimes since I have published anything as you may know that I’m trying to adjust myself to my new role as a teacher. But if you are thinking that I’m teaching these little children, then I must tell you that it’s not my cup of tea! I’m teaching middle school. TheseContinue reading “The Tender Affection”

From Sapling to a Tree

Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school.   –  Albert Einstein Hello friends, after a prolonged lull the children are all set to start the normal schooling again. It’s really unbelievable that the children have more or less had been confined to the four walls of their homes forContinue reading “From Sapling to a Tree”

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