Monthly Archives: October 2014

The roles we play…

A few weeks back I participated in a short play competition. A 12 minute play, original or adapted, had to be presented in front of an audience and a panel of judges. My script was one of the 25 short … Continue reading

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No time! Really?

Role models can be any where. I have been fortunate to find one in a very good friend. While there is much to be admired about him, the specific quality I am referring to here is his ability to pull time out for … Continue reading

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Meant to be…

I received a friend request on Facebook from a certain lady a few years back. I looked at her photo, read through her profile but couldn’t remember meeting/knowing her. I messaged her back and asked, “Do I know you?” She baffled me … Continue reading

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Be careful of what you ask for

In the Bolly-movie ‘Rockstar’, Janardan’s friend Khatana tells him that if he wants to become a star, he needs to experience pain. He agrees with the idea and starts looking out for ‘pain’. Lo and behold he finds it. His … Continue reading

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