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“Yesterday” – The Movie

Anabelle and I finally got to see the movie “Yesterday”. The basic premise of the movie is very preposterous and I couldn’t start imagining my life without it. What if we wake up one morning and no one remembers the … Continue reading

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Reasons Or Emotions?

For all the pretensions and claims to rationality, man remains irrational for the most part. Like, the markets drive most of the world’s activities today. The markets rise on vague ephemeral hopes and they tank on unfounded fears. Emotions, more … Continue reading

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The Wheat and the Weeds

The weeds among the wheat. There seems to be a lot these days. The sower did sow good seeds And yet there those who’ve gone astray. We pray the Lord of the Harvest To still recreate these into good To … Continue reading

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On a Wing and a Prayer

Every morning, I make time and space for prayer. Just before the rest of ‘my world’ wakes up, I come to prayer as a total person, turning my attention to the Totally Other Person. I have learned recently that that … Continue reading

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Live Life in Moments, Not Minutes

One can count time either in minutes or in moments. Minutes are the ticking of the clock, the inevitable passing away of events and opportunities. Moments are the feeling of a heartbeat, the happy unfolding of life with all its … Continue reading

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The Heartbeat of the Universe

I love each new day that breaks out with the light of dawn, another chance for life to fully blossom out for me. But I also look forward to the quiet and stillness that night has to offer to roost … Continue reading

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And Who Is my Neighbor?

The neighbor is not he who passed by on the opposite side, in order not to be bothered in one self-busy-ness, Not to have to attend to someone in distress, Not to lose time and money to help another person. … Continue reading

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