These are four tales of kindess. Whether or not you find them extraordinary, I leave that on you.
Jane Brennan Snodgrass will turn 70 on July 11th this year. Her day starts at 6.30 am with reading her Bible and praying. She then prepares some coffee for herself and cooks breakfast for her husband Dan. The couple then have breakfast in their sun room. They sometimes take a walk outside and watch the…
News of three deaths in one month amid COVID-19 became too much to bear.
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott left an indelible mark on my memory. Find out why.
I could have chosen to be the bigger person. But I didn’t.
It wasn’t the best evening for Cafe Mocha in the November of 2017. Danish and I decided to sit outside because the loud music just made it unbearable. We were meeting to discuss an article that I was to write about his profession. I was taking notes, watching some videos on his phone as examples…
Read the moving story of Muktaa Akka who served at Mukti Mission
In a world full of selfies, and Me-first noises, be the empath, be the good listener.
If someone never thanked you for a help, that’s okay. The world shouldn’t end there.
Imagine a five-year-old boy with polio in left leg swimming against the current in a river. Yeap, that was my Dad. Those days, most kids were not vaccinated. So Dad learnt independence pretty early in life, never expecting sympathy for his deformity. He grew up to be a man who never preached without practising. At…