Category Archives: Spiritualism

What Writing a Book for Children Taught Me

As a master weaver for the fabric of story, I can start by weaving my thoughts across in three sentences, and then expand the thought across the whole fabric. Continue reading

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Choose Your Luggage.

If life is a journey, and not a destination, isn’t your life all about how long do you keep walking? The challenges that you face, the people whom you meet, and the experiences that you glean: it all adds up … Continue reading

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It is always good to keep your (in)abilities well bracketed. #suyogsutra

I know what I can do. But, I also know what I cannot – which is equally important. That helps me set achievable goals and workable standards so that I keep myself motivated. Although, it may not always be a … Continue reading

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Is Technical Writing Skill or Ability?

I often say this to myself: Anyone can write, but everyone cannot become a writer. But, when we can (and do) learn to write, why can’t we learn to become writers? Language is a skill, which can be learned and … Continue reading

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For the restless. For those who rest less.

It is good to slow down once in a while. Life is a race. We reach for whatever we wish We endure even our daily tasks. We make sure that we take the extra step, go the extra mile, to … Continue reading

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Keep Work-Attit…

Keep Work-Attitude. Don’t Keep Working on Attitude. For all of us, the easiest way to prove that we know a lot of things is to keep our mouth shut. The lesser we talk, the more others think we know. But … Continue reading

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