Category Archives: Reading Journal

Around Sahil’s 18th Birthday

Our second son, Sahil -was born on 18-Sep 2000, at the turn of the century. His first school of L’avenir-The Future in Gnostic Centre, Delhi. This year he passed out of Gordon Graydon Mississauga and joined Ryerson University-Toronto. On Tuesday, … Continue reading

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Why a Reading Journal?

“The novelist is a poor imitation of the Creator God.” G.Lukacs There was a reason  for all this suffering. Ellie Weisel WHY A READING JOURNAL… Keeping these notes has helped shape many discussions with fellow-travelers over the years. I started … Continue reading

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On Tracking and Clubs

Write down all the moves, this will help improve your game..Tracking is key to improving in any aspect of life

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A few moments more

The Graduation ceremony of Gordon Graydon-Mississauga, 2018 was a particularly emotional one as the school closes its doors after 61 years of service to the community. Continue reading

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Ophir-to-Bassein: Some discussions from our Home Library

The marathons of adventure are to Himalayan peaks, to the Poles, and across the oceans Chris Bonnington-Quest for Adventure   Having a home library is a step different from being part of a public library. Over some discussions and readings, … Continue reading

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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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