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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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Retreats –What is the use of writing these down?

Retreats are a change of pace to re-think and re-visit the same things once more. While other persons on the trip made themselves busy with trying to catch up with the one-other-site to see I took some time off to … 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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Around Father’s Day-2018

Our family comes originally from the hills of Garhwal-and in Nov 2016, I had the good opportunity to pray and reflect at the Dhari Devi Temple where our family has prayed for generations. This Father’s Day, 2018, I sat with … Continue reading

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Diary as a Looking Glass

  The diary is a looking glass. At first it reflects the diarist. But it ends by revealing the reader Stefan Kanfer, in Introduction to Penguin Book of Diaries. Selected by Ronald Blythe * * * * * * * … Continue reading

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