Emperors and generals have ridden into cities in triumphal processions in the annals of human history. But none of them has captured the imagination of the masses or has such enduring appeal to people across all cultures and nations like the entry of Jesus to Jerusalem on Palm Sunday two thousand years ago amidst the cries of “Hosanna.”… Read the rest
Who has not been inspired by a teacher? Somewhere at the back of our minds stands at least one or two who showed us light and pointed out to us the path we need to travel.… Read the rest
It is with great happiness that I stand here to welcome all of you.
As the Chairman of this Film festival I can say that it was a great run-up to this exciting moment.… Read the rest
Good morning one and all.
Welcome all to the 74th Independence day. This time we are celebrating in the midst of a global crisis due to Covid-19.… Read the rest
Respected Principal, Beloved Teachers, and my dear Friends,
Lend me your ears; and close your eyes for a moment. As you open them again, let me call your attention to the beautiful blue and white jewel that spins its way in space around the sun.… Read the rest
The Book of Revelation says,
“they overcame him* by the blood of the Lamb.”
The precious blood of Jesus which he shed on the cross of Calvary for the sins of all mankind has tremendous power.… Read the rest
Words serve as signposts while compering. They are to be used sparingly. As King Solomon wrote: “The more the words, the less the meaning, and how does that profit anyone?”… Read the rest
“A thing of beauty is a joy for ever,”
so wrote John Keats. As far as a speaker is concerned, the opportunity to act as a compere for a programme is a great joy.… Read the rest