Write down all the moves, this will help improve your game
Bharat bhai-on Tracking
As I saw Sahil and his uncle-Bharat Mama play chess, I remembered many such games I had played with my father, uncles, and grandfather in the 70s/80s, and how this was- along with the walking clubs, reading groups, one of the first clubs I became part of, informally, which added a great richness to life.
Around Father’s day, we had gone for walks, to Kariya Park area, and remembered previous walks-over yesteryears-with Father Figures of the community in Malta-2012, where we had even gone to the Cemetery at Floriana and paid respects to seniors of times gone by.
See blog https://prashantbhatt.com/2012/06/19/fathers-day-walk/
The first ever walking club I remember was of the Pune of the 1970s when we would go for early morning walks – See blog-
When asked what gift I want from Mumbai, I told to bring Those days-the translation of Sunil Gangopadhyaya’s novel-Sei Samay- by Aruna Chakravarti.
We read some parts of the novel in Riverwood…
In the year 2017-2018 we had discussed –Anthony Doerr’s novel-All the
lights we cannot see
I integrated some parts of my Reading Journal into the Reading-Walking Diary I keep –especially in Summer months- going out to open spaces like Riverwood, Port Credit, Hamilton mountain locations and sitting and reading/discussing
See Blog- https://wp.me/piL5Q-1li
Some interesting insights after discussions on Doerr’s novel
- As a genre I do not like reading war novels….
- What about the French Resistance Kangaroo courts…
- Bildungsroman novels- Sunil Gangopadhyay’s –Sei Samay-Those Days
END NOTE- FAMILY WALKS..
This was a unique visit of Bharat bhai and family with parents visiting from India