Oh, that bitter-sweet experience of "back to school"! It's all in the air now, kids running around in stores with colorful school-supplies packed in their new back-packs. Parents wondering how long it was since they did this last -- seems like...well ...

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  1. Back to school
  2. Stars on Earth
  3. I can not sing
  4. The coats are off
  5. Dad's Home Alone - part 1
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Back to school

Oh, that bitter-sweet experience of "back to school"! It's all in the air now, kids running around in stores with colorful school-supplies packed in their new back-packs. Parents wondering how long it was since they did this last -- seems like...well last...

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Stars on Earth

Watched Taare zameen par the other day - amazing story! Thumbs up to Aamir bhai & Co."Every child is special" is the message to all parents. I agree, the story addresses one extreme - where the kid is dyslexic and the school and parents both, instead...

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I can not sing

I can not singTo sing is to be a flute,your body being the windand flowing with it be your throatOr to be a violin,your chords strung up,giving way to the bow of your mindI lend a sincere ear to a songFor it is as vitalto let the notes play inside youjust...

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The coats are off

...No really, they are! Spring is peeking through the blue-greyish skies and it's going to be here any day nowFirst of all my apologies to all my readers...yes, all 5 of you (one of them is my wife) for not writing all these days. I was dormant for the...

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Dad's Home Alone - part 1

Do you remember when you were younger, and mom used to say 'your dad was once on a 6 months trip from work, and I managed it single-handedly' you thought - 'Oh! poor thing! Six months is a long time. How did she manage?'Yeah...and you never asked dad...

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