Sunday, October 24, 2021
SEEMA MUNIZ

Author: SEEMA MUNIZ

Seema Muniz, a feature writer with the Times of India group in the nineties, is an avid reader and educationist, who homeschooled her son until tenth grade, while drifting between New York and Alaska with her family. She is also an artist, with a few solo and group shows in Albany, NY, to her credit.

post-Kabuliwale, Tujhe Hua Kya?Kabuliwale, Tujhe Hua Kya?

SEEMA MUNIZ researches some interesting facts that bind India and Afghanistan…and then wonders how the present chaos came about Despite the fact that since the seventh century, the sultanate of Afghanistan kept invading and mindlessly plundering India, an unfortunate pattern...

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post-Go With the FlowGo With the Flow

SEEMA MUNIZ experiments with impromptu art, letting the mood of the moment dictate her strokes. Strangely, enough, she found it deeply inspiring and very liberating Sofia’s hand jerked, creating a storm big enough for the coffee to spill onto the...

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post-Compassion in Covid TimesCompassion in Covid Times

While some unscrupulous people are fleecing families of the Covid-afflicted, there are many ordinary folk acting with great compassion in helping the suffering people with free medical supplies and essential services, says SEEMA MUNIZ  A friend from Norway wrote, “In...

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post-Recognising Fake NewsRecognising Fake News

SEEMA MUNIZ recounts how she was once part of a group that set about spreading propaganda and making people believe in it. At that time, it was all so thrilling, but today, she knows better and asks you to look...

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post-Night And DayNight And Day

What is night and day? One is dark and urges us to be reclusive, while the other is bright and dictates that we interact with others. Are these two distinct worlds created by the Supreme Being with a particular purpose?...

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post-God Is Where We See HimGod Is Where We See Him

This tale by SEEMA MUNIZ shows how each one of us sees God differently Master, where is God?” asked the four eager disciples at the end of their term. “Here, and There”, the Master replied serenely, sweeping with his downcast...

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post-Tech Aids for a Sleepless WorldTech Aids for a Sleepless World

SEEMA MUNIZ traces the modern world’s fight with sleeplessness and suggests a host of remedies to help you grab a good night’s sleep The modern world is always fighting: fighting against depression, both economic and mental, fighting against injustice, racism,...

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post-Lead Kindly Light…Lead Thou Me OnLead Kindly Light…Lead Thou Me On

SEEMA MUNIZ recalls her first job interview with the famous Anand Hingorani, who had been Gandhiji’s personal secretary and editor of the weekly magazine, Harijan  When I received my first interview call, I was  a little nervous. For having spent much...

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post-The Old Man and the Hills…The Old Man and the Hills…

During our tireless travels for the last twenty years, hopping continents, countries, adapting to new cultures, learning other languages, from time to time, I was reminded of the old man who owned a little tea shop on the outskirts of...

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