Ask me a question, and I will answer accordingly. In social media, Aleteia started its post by raising this question: “How long should an engagement last?” It sounds rhetoric to me. I am more interested in the question rather than … Continue reading
My niece came to visit for a day of bonding. Being a child with her own iPhone, she is technologically talented. Being a good Aunt, I gave her a bookmark with a slogan “Think before you click!” She got the … Continue reading
Please Read Important Notice
I posted “Extra Ordinary Bonds“ (EOB), the photo of a Sadhu and Monkey, taken by Sirish BC for National Geographic assignment “The Animals that We Love” recently. Subsequent to this, I posted “Is it love or we just see what we want to see?” another photo of a Sadhu taken by VJ Photography with his comments to EOB.
What made me do it, you asked? I did it out of respect for Sirish BC and because words get in the way. Sirish did not ask me to delete my post but he deleted his assignment at National Geographic. I want to support him.
It was based on his in reply to VJPhotograpy at EOB:
Sirish B.C. Jul 8, 9:50 am “Nanda, This was your observation as a tourist…but I don’t want to debate as I am not a very very very wise, intellectual and big shot like you, so deleted my picture on NG…”
I am aware that the photo of the Sadhu and the Monkey was shared to another form of social media and it was reblogged thousand times over, not enough to have gone viral.
By deleting the source, Sirish and mine, I am hoping the that we can maintain a spirit of peace and harmony in this celluloid word. I am asking you all who have shared this if you all can support Sirish BC by deleting it from your site.
Perpetua aka The Seeker
At the waiting area of a clinic, I picked up a New Yorker Magazine. The magazine freely opened up on this page. It must be a favorite page for all patients waiting patiently for their numbers to be called.
“Dad, I’m in love with a boy who is far away from me. I am in Australia, and he lives in the UK. We met on a dating website, became friends on Facebook, had long chats on Whatsapp, he proposed to me on Skype and now we’ve had 2 months of relationship through Viber. Dad, I need your blessings and good wishes…”
“Wow! Really!! Then get married on Twitter, have fun on Tango, buy your kids on Amazon and send them through Paypal. And if you are fed up with your husband….sell him on eBay.”
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Money cannot buy happiness but how you spend it differently will make you feel better and happier. Michael Norton experimented on making people spend money on others rather than on themselves and measure their happiness as shown at TED. Michael went … Continue reading
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