One man’s trash, another man’s treasure

  From the spot where I usually sit down with my mid-morning cup of coffee, I can see the curb across the street from us. A man, a scrap-collector, happens to take a break there roughly around the same time. No sooner than he settles down on the pavement with his beedi, do people start flocking …

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Letters to my son :: Happy Birthday, my love.

My dear son,Today you turn five. And my heart swells with pride looking at the spirited and kind soul you are becoming with each day.I don't have much to give you on your birthday. Except words. And some learning that my life's experiences have imprinted on me. I wouldn't be so presumptuous as to call …

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High-Functioning Depression – Think beyond the stereotype

'Stereotype' has never been one of my favorite words. It plays out exactly as its definition says it would - hackneyed, oversimplified and yet, unfortunately, widely held. So if we go by the stereotype that the society holds for people suffering from depression, I would get the following image. Of someone who has trouble getting out …

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Kite Messages -Part 1 for 6th Women Scream Art and Poetry Festival, Kolkata Chapter

Proud to be a part of this phenomenal initiative. Kite Messages -Part 1 For 6th Women Scream Art and Poetry Festival, Kolkata Chapter Curated by Sufia Khatoon Artists have this amazing gift of sense that thinks beyond the usual things and experime… Source: Kite Messages -Part 1 for 6th Women Scream Art and Poetry Festival, …

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