My awesome mother in law

She built a career in teaching, then she built a family, then she went back to teaching. Who says she didn’t succeed as a career woman?

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Marriage- Before and After

One should always be in love, that’s why one should never marry. That’s what they all say right? Marriage is the end of the romance and the hot sex. I’m not here to judge whether marriage is the end of romance. I’m more interested in clearing the common verbal iteration about “ Before we got…

The Place to Be!

Flying West across the time zone for a little over 14 hours, we landed in JFK International late in the evening bruised, battered and severely jet lagged. I took the AirTrain to the stylish Upper East Side Bentley Hotel which was situated a few blocks from the third most visited attraction in the world, Central…

Making a Difference!

Altruism is the caveat we prescribe ourselves when we realize the scales of greed have tipped over, in the face of the visceral needs of our consumerist existence. It could be the self-condemnation, or in rare cases, even the Samaritan in us that exhibits the philanthropic side of us. But at some redefining moment, whilst…

FIFA World Cup, Brazil 2014

  With the FIFA World Cup just around the corner, football (or soccer as it is known in some countries) is the defining factor in planning our personal calendars, schedules, holidays or even date night with the missus. Hypothetically speaking, if research were to be conducted, statistics would prove a significant increase in domestic problems…

The Joy of Books: Why I Read?

Nothing is more powerful, yet vulnerable, than the infinite permutations and combinations of words scripted on paper. With the monumental thought process that goes into authoring a novel, when the writer believes he has exhaustively portrayed his imaginative world, as readers all we get is but a peephole into the realms of his fictitious world.…

Raging Driver, Forbidden Survivor

The funny thing about driving a car, is the not so funny road rage that inevitable is part of the deal. Almost intuitively, even the most caring, nurturing and patient of people, both men and women alike, can savagely metamorphosize into the Jason Statham character from Death Race. Blaring horns, swerving vehicles and narrow escapes…