Monthly Archives: September 2014

My first 100 spent- Readings from Tolstoy

The strangeness and absurdity of these replies arise from the fact that modern history , like a deaf man, answers questions no one has asked.(Epilogue 2 of War and Peace) We read and discussed excerpts from Leo Tolstoy this week.
.On a lighter note- do you remember the first 100 dollars you spent. This question was sparked by the reflections of the character Levin of Anna Karenina. Continue reading

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Intimate links

Father gave the example of a 300 feet high , 4000 years old tree. The roots are intertwined with each other, giving it the strength to stand tall. In conclusion he said we have to receive power from each other.That is the significance of the church.
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Of Books, walks, narratives…on Teacher’s day

Today is Teacher’s Day. Do you practice something from your culture or civilization in your daily life?
How does this practice affect your understanding of life?
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