Archive | July, 2012

His Contentment Is, Perhaps, His Mantra

I am very good at detecting discontent. Yesterday, however, I have not seen even a shred of it in his eyes. If it were there, it couldn’t have gone unnoticed. Couldn’t have escaped my notice, at any rate. He is in his eighties. Retired long ago. I found him quite fit. His wife too is […]

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Without Social Media, Would You Stop Communicating?

Without Social Media, 18% of Teens Would ‘Stop Communicating’ This headline grabbed my attention. The findings of an opinion poll on the social media habits of teens in the United States are amazing, but at the same time they are believable. The poll is carried out by AWeber, an email marketing company. It surveyed both […]

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Grateful for the Life’s Throw of Dice

Actually I wanted to write this yesterday. Last night itself, to be precise. But when I finished reading this it was quite late in the night. And as the day breaks, things are not in your control. There are things to do. Tasks to complete. People to meet. Calls to make. Meetings to attend. And […]

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Isn’t Life All About Small Pleasures?

Here is a dilemma: I have forgotten his name. I know it could be one of three or four that are crossing my mind. But I am not sure which one it is. I am going to surely encounter him now. I am going to a place and I necessarily have to walk past him. […]

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