What are the major problems of Poor Children?

To begin with, let me familiarize the readers with the reality. The poor children enjoy playing cricket, football, volleyball and many other outdoor activities just like their counterparts from well to do families. A few of them are quite innovative in terms of finding solutions, like identifying play areas. They decide upon uneven grounds, municipal parks, streets or ev...
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Things which do not work for you

Successful people normally do not get happy conditions automatically. Mostly they have to work very hard to achieve them. They set high targets, take difficult decisions, often face failures but they continue with their quest. If you observe them, you shall invariably notice the they don’t consider success as some kind of a fixed target, they keep raising their goal posts. T...
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Intelligence vs. Action

I have observed over a long period of time, that many who are intelligent but hesitate to act, generally lag behind. They spend too much of their precious time in weighing pros and cons of the to be actions and in this process miss out on great opportunities. In some cases, they do act on a few decisions but unfortunately give up too soon, when they meet a few setbacks. In som...
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Natural Choice

There are many criterions to measure somebody’s success, but for me the answer to one question, “Whether he is Happy?” is the most important one. During the growing years a person is natural and therefore he displays honest behavior. However with the passing years his behavior gets influenced by many other factors. The attraction for money, position, approval or something e...
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An Indian Expatriate

The Road not Taken
Rajan would have been overjoyed with the idea of settling in England, when he was young. However the opportunity came almost fifty years late! He was seventy two, when he lost his spouse and his son who was forty two, resided in England came to India for a month for his mother’s last rites. Rajan’s daughter in law as well as his two grand children were busy with their live...
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Partings

A friend of mine lost his mother a few days back. It was an utmost tragedy for him. He left for his home town by the morning flight. Being at a very important post he returned after completing his mother’s last rites in a few days. We met privately once, while I paid my condolence and he shared his grief with me. He was in tears and he confessed that he had reconstructed his a...
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My Impressions About Goa

The subject would not have been so interesting to me, if I had viewed Goa only for tourism. The conditions have changed, as now I have almost decided to settle there. I have been to Goa many times either for pleasure as well as for work. I remember first time when I had landed at Bogmolo airport in Goa about forty five years back, it was a small airport. A van from my hotel M...
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My Infuencers

One is influenced by many in his life. In my case three persons who influenced me the maximum were my grandfather, my zoology teacher in school and my first employer. There have been so many twists and turns in my life, but I feel that I have part of these three personalities in me. My grandfather lived most of his life in North West Frontier Province before partition. W...
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Man learns more from failures

Man learns more from failures, therefore instead of lamenting, he should celebrate when he meets a failure. He should think that he has got an opportunity to understand his shortcomings and that he can act again after he corrects them. The success does not provide him with the same opportunity,because it often stagnates him, makes him arrogant or makes him play safe. Remember ...
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Life with a difference

Vinay had his medical file lying before him. Doctor had left his house over an hour back. His first report, which had come a week back, had indicated that he had blood cancer. He was incredibly shocked and therefore he underwent the same tests again. Doctor had reconfirmed his earlier diagnosis. He had given his assessment in plain words. “You have advance stage of blood ...
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