I am re-reading James Redfield’s “Celestine Prophecy” just to see if I find newer insights. I have read four books of his – The Celestine Prophecy, The Tenth Insight, The Secret of Shambala and The Twelfth Insight. I like the entire series. I find a lot of ideas that are very practical and applicable to … Read more Control Dramas !
#LockdownLearnings Hopefully on May 3rd, the Govt may take the decision to slowly ease out the lockdown… its a big “may”. The decision is a difficult one and the whole world seems to be really far away from being “normal” and as my friend Swapna said earlier in the day, we are all adjusting to … Read more Lockdown Learnings #2
#LockdownTales With the world in a lockdown mode, many of us are learning news ways of living, re-discovering some old ways that are effective and even as we cope with an unseen attacker, we are also innovating. The following is a partial list of habits/learnings that I and many others should continue post-lockdown. Save, then … Read more Lockdown Learnings #1
Mom has been with us since 2009 as dad passed away in Dec 2008. We spent almost two years convincing my mother to use a cellphone. She had the most wonderful excuses to offer – “I can’t hear anything on the cellphone” or “its too much money for a call” or “Health is affected because … Read more Growing up Mom #2
On 7th of Nov some of us gathered at the Pgpmax event titled “The CEO Story”. Rajiv, Chandresh, Amit Saha, Deepak Mundade, Mandeep and I were the alums who attended and Poonam from ISB was there to manage the event. We had about 20 guests who were attending the session to evaluate their plans of … Read more Doors..Questions..Access – PGPMAX
For many Indians, the book title would have been a giveaway – no one else but Khushwant Singh can write a book with this kind of title :). I also think that sums up Khushwant Singh, the person. I write his name without any prefixes of “Mr” or “Shri” not out of disrespect but because … Read more Book Review – Truth, Love & a Little Malice
I completed reading this book nearly 45 days back and just created a draft post to review it and forgot about it. But haven’t forgotten the book. Its strange that such a powerful story was missed out during and just after the second world war. It is a true story of Pino Lella, a normal Italian … Read more Book Review : Beneath a Scarlet Sky