The incessant rain stopped late in the afternoon, and I stepped out of the house to watch the glowing red orb slowly disappear over the crest of the distant mountain. Gazing at the western sky, I noticed that the setting sun had flirted with the clouds just long enough to make them blush red and… Read More »
The book “Bag it all” is a story of Nina Lekhi who is the Founder, MD & Chief Design Curator, of Baggit India. This compelling story is a manifestation of how a simple belief in yourself can enrich you with enormous power to make things happen and run a successful business empire. “Follow your passion” and… Read More »
To select five best books from my reading repertoire for the year 2016, I had to look back to all the wonderful moments I had with some remarkables books in my creative solitude. Here is a recap to my glorious year of 2016 in terms of reading, and I am delighted to add these books… Read More »
In this modern-day status quo, we all struggle to maintain a healthy lifestyle, and, more importantly, it is a strenuous effort to sustain the enthusiasm for fitness motivation. Given the hectic work schedules including the daunting travelling time, stressful jobs due to fierce competitions, unrealistic deadlines, horrible leaders, office politics, managing kids and home etc., perhaps… Read More »
What would you do if you learnt today that you have six months to live? Would you live the last few months to the fullest or would you spend your remaining days just waiting for the inevitable? Would you go into denial, turn bitter and angry at life, feel cheated when facing your mortality, or… Read More »
Nick Vujicic (Nicholas James Vujicic) is a motivational speaker and an evangelist from Australia, living in the United States. He was born with a rare disorder called phocomelia—a medical condition that results in missing arms and legs. Many people would have been overwhelmed by this physical state, some would have even given up on life… but not Nick… Read More »
The Movie The Great Dictator is a movie by Charlie Chaplin. It was released in 1940 and was nominated for five Academy Awards. The movie, a political satire, was Chaplin’s most successful commercial venture; it is still popular today and has been critically acclaimed by the modern-day critics. The Speech In the movie, the character… Read More »
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