The first thing to teach your child is to look up at a clear night sky. And not bent down his/her head on to mobile screens. Ask him/her to wonder about the star-studded sky. Let him/her think, how did it all come there?… Read the rest
Self-control is not a popular term with teens; but freedom is. Now freedom in excess without restrictions makes people slaves to whatever has mastered them.
So there is a responsibility on your part to exercise self-control. It can be in many areas.… Read the rest
A young man showed me his mobile and said, “This mobile is an extension of my hand.”* Yes, mobiles have become an integral and unavoidable part of our lives. The ability to connect with people instantly is truly awesome.
One missed call from an unknown number and curiosity to know who is it calling; might become your ticket to a romantic relationship.… Read the rest
A role model is a person whom I can look up to; learn from, imitate, and also be inspired to succeed the way he or she has done in his or her life.
If you have got one true friend, you are rich.
If you have got two, you are a billionaire.
If you say, you have more; you know nothing about friendship.
Well, you may not agree. But good friends are rare.… Read the rest
A travel down memory lane!
Playing cricket was my hobby during my school days. It has entertained me, brought me great joy, and also educated me on many life skills as well.
If you ask me what inspired me to play cricket, it was certainly the momentous victory of the Indian cricket team at Lord’s in 1983.… Read the rest
A warm good morning to one and all.
If you ask people about the proudest moment of their lives, they come up with a variety of responses.
For example, Sachin Tendulkar, the legend of Indian cricket said,
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“Winning the world cup is the proudest moment of my life.