The journey of a beautiful, talented woman, who like the rest of us had to figure out , who she is not, so as to find out who she is....Read More
My Inspiration: The Wonderful World at my Doorstep
In 2010 I was roaming around downtown Boston. It was November and the air was heavy with a cold chill but felt light with the gaiety of thanksgiving. Grabbing a latte coffee I meandered into the anonymity of a side lane . But in Boston even a cobblestone has a story to tell. Entering a shop selling old books I was excited on what worlds I would stumble upon. I don’t know why the book came to me. The expansive title ” The Wonderful World at My Doorstep” gently tattooed on the pliant depths of my heart.
By Deepti Paikray One day Uma Krishnaswami spotted an impoverished girl reading a book at a busy intersection in Chennai. The girl was oblivious to the rushing humanity hurtling towards nowhere, heedless of the road blares. Uma wondered about her circumstances. Quietly she blessed the… Read More...Read More
One day a seven-year-old boy scribbled a poem which was nothing more than gibberish. Proud of his voice on paper he took it to his father who read every word, hugged the child and simply said, “It’s Wonderful!” Well, the boy grew up to… Read More...Read More
The alarm jangles and breaks the quiet of an apartment in Mumbai. A young woman stretches to the beats of Bollywood, waters her five green plants, gets ready and heads out the door. She inhales deeply knowing that only her mornings and evenings have a… Read More...Read More
In January 2017 New York city woke up to a play titled “The Talking Cure.” The play entailed the life of a Manhattan therapist tackling the demons of his patients and his own. Full disclosure: the play was written by psychotherapist Sean Grover as a… Read More...Read More