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Around Christmas 2016

Readings-Brother Lawrence-1666-That in the winter , seeing a tree stripped of its leaves, and considering that within a little time the leaves would be renewed and after that the flowers and fruit appear, he received a high view of the Providence and Power of God, which has never since been effaced from his soul. Continue reading

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Emptying the cup

In the follow-up to our discussions on Management Challenges of 21st century,we had an extended discussion on ways to involve in the community, which will give a better belonging to the community which nurtures you. In his book- Half Time- … Continue reading

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Walks during Fall

Planted the 3rd square from the North end on the east side of the garden From the diary of Daniel Read-May 5,1796 (1) The Toronto Botanical Gardens in Edwards garden-Wilket Creek park area of Central Don has a very interesting … Continue reading

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Waiting at Adana 1994

    Jeff Goins suggestion about waiting made me thumb through some diaries of yesteryears. In her book-Reading like a Writer-Francine Prose tells of one of lessons she learnt from the great short story writer Anton Chekhov.“I began to think, … Continue reading

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A letter to a loved one who has passed away

A LETTER TO A LOVED ONE WHO HAS PASSED AWAY The legendary basketball coach John Wooden writes in his book “Coach Wooden’s Pyramid of Success” about the concept of writing a letter to a loved one who has passed away. … Continue reading

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Year End Diary-2013-Visibility

The world is profane and sacred. It must be swallowed whole. There is always more to be known about it than you can ever know. Margaret Atwood in her introduction to Alice Munro’s Best: Selected Stories Alice Munro-Nobel Literature Winner-2013 … Continue reading

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Father’s Day Walk review

As part of the review of father’s day walks, one sees another part of the story when one becomes a father. As I look back at the -First Day covers and stamps he would send from his field station postings,and … Continue reading

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