Papa’s Elections Memoirs

Papa has always led his life by fixed routines with precision. The routine may change over a period of time as per his lifestyle changes but he always had a routine. Now at the age of 90, he is getting weaker mentally and physically, he still follows a routine. In the good old days, he … Continue reading Papa’s Elections Memoirs

Virtual Activities

As the Covid scare was decreasing, I have started my outings with usual precautions. I always wear my N95 mask, if I am going to indoor premises and a surgical mask or cloth mask if it is an outside activity. One thing which these pandemic lockdowns have taught all of us is that we have … Continue reading Virtual Activities

Sshutanu Majumdar – An Extraordinary Story of Grit and Willpower.

Sshutanu Majumdar This is the story of the grit of an ordinary woman who becomes special when she faces all the challenges life has thrown at her successfully and carving a niche for herself in the big vast world. Born in a lower-middle-class family, her mother was a homemaker and her father was running a … Continue reading Sshutanu Majumdar – An Extraordinary Story of Grit and Willpower.

Happiness & Gratitude

In life, we take our close relations and friends for granted. We also take the routine happenings for granted. This becomes a cause of misery for us. Instead, if we show and feel gratitude, we will feel happy and content. The biggest wonder of gratitude is that it gives happiness to receiver too, if offered … Continue reading Happiness & Gratitude

An Insight About How To Live

According to Bronnie Ware, author of "The Top Five Regrets of the Dying: A Life Transformed by the Dearly Departed", the regrets of most people are - I wish, I had lived for myself, did not work so hard, did not hold my feelings, stayed in touch with friends and family, cared less for others, … Continue reading An Insight About How To Live