Saturday, January 16, 2021

Category: Talking Tree

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-Unity In DiversityUnity In Diversity

My 30-day trip across India when I was an engineering college student in 1977, was my first lesson in unity in diversity of our culturally and spiritually rich country, says RAMESH RAJARAMAN Travel is always a learning experience. Even though...

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post-Healing the Third Eye of the EarthHealing the Third Eye of the Earth

Individuals, planet and universe align through constant change, says SUSAN NI RAHILLY Those of you who are in a regular mind-body-spirit practice are aware of and in tune with your own Chakras. Our Planet also has Chakras: energetic gateways to...

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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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post-Sanatan Dharma Can Help End RacismSanatan Dharma Can Help End Racism

Sanatan Dharma can be followed by the world to end racism, says RENU GULATI I am of Indian Origin, born and bred in the UK, but I now live in India. I have seen racism in my own life. No nationality seems...

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post-Women On The MoveWomen On The Move

India is a land of contrasts, but slowly and surely, things are moving in the right direction towards women empowerment, says DR PARUL GUPTA As a country, India is well-known for its cultural legacy, customs, traditional values, languages, and religions....

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post-Rishikesh: Where The Ganga Flows OnRishikesh: Where The Ganga Flows On

Rishikesh is the abode of the Rishis (sages) and has been ever since time immemorial. I first came here from the UK back in the ‘80s at a time when it was like a jungle. We stayed at the government...

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post-The Sinfully Cheerful AppleThe Sinfully Cheerful Apple

Seema Muniz captures the delights of the ubiquitous apple, since its fall from grace in early Biblical times It is that time of the year again, when I slip into a nostalgic spell as friends from North-Atlantic America begin posting photos...

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post-In Covid Times Loving Kindness For AllIn Covid Times Loving Kindness For All

It’s time to rise from our own ashes to wish Metta or loving-kindness for all, because the Covid-19 pandemic has spared no one, says CHANA MEDDIN By now you’d have to live under a rock in the U.S. not to...

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