1. Move bank accounts to take advantage of perks and earn more interest 2. Turn off the television. 3. Stop collecting, and start selling 4. Sign up for every free customer rewards program you can. 5. Make your own gifts instead of buying stuff from the store. 6. Write a list before you go shopping … Continue reading 76 Ways To Save Money
How many years you got? 25 years. What section? 302. Murder?! Yes. Why? Our family had been exploited since years. I took my revenge, and ended the chapter. Forever. This is one of the many conversations I had today during my visit to South Asia's biggest prison—Yerwada Central Jail. We had been given special permission … Continue reading Lessons From My Trip To Yerwada Central Jail
Naaz. Naaz. Naaz. I don't have words to describe here, so I don't think I am going to continue writing this blog post. I'll collect some words and get back. But wait! I am a story-teller and I can weave a story with or without words. It's all about expression right? But this lovely woman … Continue reading I Write On Others, She’s The First To Write On Me
One fortunate school friend who's in New Zealand, gave birth to a cute girl some days ago. But this is not what excited me to write this blog post but it's what they named her and what is more exciting for me is the joy she's going to feel by having such name. The friend … Continue reading It’s Beautiful To Have Love As Your Name, Isn’t It Aroha?
In 1991, Hindi film Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahi was a rage. Everyone was talking about the star cast and the characters in the film. The protagonist was Raghu—the same name as my dear friend Raghu Sheregar. We were busy eve teasing him all the while and he was also enjoying it. School times were full … Continue reading Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahi: A Saga Of Rags-To-Riches
As far as I remember, Almas is the only girl—after Tina and Leonie—I have troubled the most in school. I was notorious and we used to sit together in standard seven; around 1991. I don't know have happened and one day, I poked a sharp-pointed something in her arm. She cried and cried but I was indifferent. … Continue reading I Found My Forgiveness After 25 Years Of Disrespecting Her
I wonder. I wonder a lot. Someone said that, there's a lot of bad happening in this world. There's a lot of blood in the soil. I wonder. I wonder a lot. Then how come beautiful flowers, bloom in this soil? I wonder. I wonder a lot. Someone said that, there's a lot of distrust … Continue reading I Wonder, I Wonder A Lot
My hands are trembling while writing this blog post because the protagonist of this blog post is a multifaceted and colorful person. She’s one of the most inspiring, funniest, brave, and influential women I have met in my life. She’s a complete package of life within herself and she’s one of my favorite school mates—Neelima … Continue reading The Lady In Indigo Has A Charming Smile, Roaring Laugh and A Magical Hug
I completed school in 1995 and since then wasn't much in touch with any schoolmates. This was keeping me unhappy for many years. I am an extremely social person and over the years also managed to build good relationships with all from the days of past glory; except schoolmates. So, I had been thinking ways … Continue reading Meet The Man Who Inspired A Spark That Ignited Countless Hearts
In this blog post, I am trying to explore something unusual and this may only relate to people who are believers in God; public or personal. Quite often we hear words like MAY GOD BLESS YOU or MAY THIS FESTIVAL BRING LIGHT AND HAPPINESS TO YOUR LIFE. My question of, why this element of MAY? Why this … Continue reading Saying MAY GOD BLESS YOU May Be One Of The Many Dangers Of Doubt
Anita! Anita! Anita! It's a new beginning of my writing style. For the first time in life, I am giving out the name of the protagonist at the beginning itself. Why?! Because I can't resist the heat that's why. And you won't after you read this boiling blog post on her. Anita was my school … Continue reading OMG! I’ve Got A Style Diva In My Friend List!
Gratitude is the quality of being thankful and showing appreciation. It's a mindful acknowledgment of all that we have been given. When we focus on the abundance in our lives, we discover a greater capacity for generosity, cheerfulness, and contentment. Expressing gratitude is a rewarding habit that affirms the grace of the giver. Gratitude opens … Continue reading Gratitude Is Good For You
I am a big fan of Bigg Boss since some years. Not that I a ma sadist but this show is really entertaining and a useful lesson for a student of psychology; like me. A friend recently told me she doesn't like to watch this because she thinks that only insane people take part in … Continue reading Are Participants Of Bigg Boss Really Insane?
This image from the internet inspired me to write this blog post. It's really strange—and beautiful—how certain images trigger different emotions is us. I had been a lustful man all my life. The only aim was to have a sexual intercourse with all the women I met; mostly on the first date. And guess what? I … Continue reading Lessons From Lust
Kindness is one of the seven virtues. It can be defined as the righteous and caring attitude towards other. But the definition of the kindness does not limit to these two words only. It's a complex term to comprehend yet simplest to realize. Showing kindness towards others gives a feeling of joy and mirth to … Continue reading If You Are Looking For That One Act Of Kindness That Will Go Far, Read On!
Some stories are inspiring unforgettable. Such is the story of my friend Ronak Modi; from India. I met Ronak while working in the animation studio I worked for 10 years. He joined as a junior computer graphic artist in my team. He was focused, smart and in a rush. He had to get there soon. He was extremely … Continue reading The Little Saga Of This Big Man
I have seen life for 38 years, read around 1,000 books, met more than a million people and after all of this, I realized a thing—there is an opposite of everything. The world is full of contrast. In Mumbai, there is extreme contrast wherever you see. And this contrast, which is nothing other than the … Continue reading The Poem Of Contrast