Feeling stuck? Have dreams that seem to be put on pause? Found an old note of mine. Perhaps it will raise your spirits during these overcast days! Remember the olden days when you had to hunt for that particular length of cloth - specific to what you had imagined, and hand it over to your … Continue reading Keep The Faith!
I channeled this for someone very dear to me some days back. I shared it on FB earlier and the response there prompted me to record it here for easy and frequent retrieval. For all the times I pretended to trust god, but I didn't, For all the ways in which I kidded myself For … Continue reading A Prayer To Restore Faith
No matter who is around you, or notNo matter what you have, or don’tNo matter what you have lost, or foundYou are never alone. Through the long nights,And even more trying daysThe sunlight warms the heart,The moonlight shows the way. Earth holds you steadily,Even as the world seems to sway:Draw a refreshing breath of … Continue reading Poems: There is Nothing to Fear
Not all stories have a neat ending. Not all the loose ends are satisfactorily tied up and a happy conclusion reached. But nevertheless, there are lessons to be learned and moments to be celebrated in the thick midst of the chaotic, often unpredictable events of life. During my many hours outside the dialysis unit of … Continue reading At peace, here and now.
“I always knew it. This has confirmed what I have felt all along. My son is special. He is here for a reason. God will not let him leave his work incomplete.” The elegantly dressed lady epitomized poise and courage. I listened in silence. There is little one can say in such a situation. Her … Continue reading Really Short Stories: Answered Prayers
“But he has completed his work!” Pacing around with her cellphone stuck to her ear, Shalini was exhausted. She weakly concluded the call. “There is nothing more I can say. Your conscience will speak up some day. God help you to live with your self.” Neha rushed up to hug her. Mother and daughter quietly … Continue reading Really Short Stories: Saving Grace