Author Archives: prashant bhatt

About prashant bhatt

A doctor in Imaging, photographer, writer likes to read and travel. A regular diarist, journaling since 1983 Reading journal :

Out of your skin

What are we supposed to get out of this (story, poem, play)? While the formal reading group meets once a month, I read and discussed the same pieces of literature in different locations informally. In the previous book club discussion-(February-2018) … Continue reading

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Around Family Day-2018

A  home library consists of unique books- with related notes- and picture library, and journals-diaries which provide a great resource to gaining and building perspectives. As it becomes a bit warmer, I did my first walk and reading of Riverwood- … Continue reading

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Our trees still grow in Palam

When they first came to Malta in 2010, their grandmother had told me in  a sad voice-

“Give them so much love that they do not miss me.”

It was a tall order, which no one can fulfill, but even if one falls short, it is a good goal to try and measure oneself to. Continue reading

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Here’s to our High School Days-Year End Diary-2017

Where-ever one goes, one finds some aspects of the local community which are interesting and worth learning from and imbibing. Continue reading

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Outside the Frame-Notes from my Reading journal-2017

“It’s – just – light a little candle” Nurse-Una Brownly- a nurse from Livingstonia Mission, Malawi In Paul Theroux’s –Dark Star Safari- Overland from Cairo to Cape Town-page 311 “Many an object is not seen, though it falls within the … Continue reading

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Retelling the Stories of our Community-Museums as Thinking places

When one goes into a group experience, one goes in as an individual but the impact and growth are immense if one tries to imbibe the group personality and lessons learned. Looking back at 2017- I recall some interesting walks … Continue reading

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The Santa Parade-2017-Mississauga

No man stands so tall As when he stoops to Help a Child Shriners Hospital for Children     The Santa Parade in Mississauga –Erin Mills made an occasion for many layers of discussions and reflection about the way life … Continue reading

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