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The only way to empower women is to provide them financial freedom

May 30, 2017
way to empower women

He realized the only way to empower women was to provide them financial freedom and stability. This made Dr. Prabhakar started the Society for Rural Improvement (SRI), a non profit organization, to provide socio-economic support to poor rural women. Dr. Prabhakar was well settled and leading a successful life as an English professor in the US. But when he returned to Palakkad, he saw the poor living condition in villages and the lack of livelihood options. “We identify those people…

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LIFESTYLE PEOPLE SELF IMPROVEMENT

Make Minimalism your X-factor – Deal with Criticism as a Minimalist

April 28, 2017
dealing with criticism

We all should learn the art of dealing with criticism. Whenever anyone tried to tread a different path, world is ready to criticize. Whether a success of a fail- you will gather the judgements for sure.   Minimalism is surely x-factor in this world full of rage, clutter and consumerism. If you are successful in keeping yourself at bay to these – You are already a Minimalist. If you find time for the things you truly Love- You are already…

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PEOPLE

Being confident- An open ended conversation

January 14, 2017
being more confident

Sometimes, a casual conversation ends up in food for thought. There’s a girl in our Office building whose first glance is so impressive that no one can take their eyes off her. Ahh, I am going wrong again- How can I decide for others. Okey, editing my words-  I myself could not take my eyes off her. She is so PERFECT in her dressing, hair, skin and everything that first glance tells. Yesterday, she was a part of our discussion.…

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PARENTING PEOPLE

Dealing with people and unsolicited advice

May 4, 2016
unsolicited advice

Unsolicited advice is a common thing in our country. Every Parent has to face it. ‘WEAK’ is a haunted word to me. It’s been overused by people around, to the point of losing its original meaning. Let’s not confuse it with slim. This interchanging of words has become ingrained enough in our psyche as to become a cliché. I was a lean but active child- fond of butter and paneer. Despite my love for milk products, I did not ever have…

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LIFE PEOPLE

Remembering random acts of Kindness

May 3, 2016
random acts of kindness

As I am writing for this post, I cannot miss re-posting an old incident happened way back in 2011:   You must have heard about the infamous local train journey in Mumbai.Yes you are right, its overcrowded but lively and memorable. I was new to the City and Mumbai local and moreover naive. While boarding Mumbai local 5 years ago from Andheri station, I lost my wallet having all the money and important documents when I was going to visit…

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PEOPLE SOCIETY & CUSTOMS

10 things we Indians should give up

March 8, 2016
Indian habits

Every nation, culture or society has some annoying habits but being an Indian myself, I wish my fellow men to give up these 10 Indian habits. Its high time we leave these habits as they reflect a bad picture. 10 Indian Habits we should give up-   Breaking traffic rules We cut the Queues. We Break the Traffic signals. We don’t respect Traffic Cop. Turn the newspaper and you will read about endless incidents proving my point.   Unnecessary Honking…

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LIFE PEOPLE

Hospitals and missing Hospitality

February 24, 2016
hospitals

Hospitals should be packed with Positive vibes that they can surpass the affect of Grief and Sufferings of patients. In one of my previous Posts, I shared my experience of a day spent in Hospital. A helping hand is missing in Indian Government hospitals and latest experience of my Family proves that true. Few days back, one of my Maternal Aunt was diagnosed with swelling in Kidneys. She referred a private Doctor who advised her to undergo a small surgery.…

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LIFE PEOPLE

Less Fortunate

February 18, 2016
less fortunate

Less fortunate- A phrase with varying definitions as it can only be measured relatively. When we compare ourselves with the ones more privileged, we would always feel less fortunate. [clickandtweet handle=”lifebioscope” hashtag=”education” related=”” layout=”” position=””]In this Digital age, we tend to forget about the things we are blessed with.[/clickandtweet] It was my Husband’s Birthday and like every year, we have chosen to donate fruits to the less fortunate Kids sitting outside the temple. The moment we step outside, they gathered…

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PEOPLE

Climate Call- Nature’s Rescue

December 1, 2015
climate

TOI yesterday’s headline was World Climate Change as Nations are gathering for Climate Summit in Paris. Thanks for diverting to the real issue after those Religious Hogwash. Mr. Prime Minister is very right in saying “CHECKING GLOBAL WARMING IS EVERYONE’S RESPONSIBILITY. ENERGY CONSERVATION IS THE BEST WAY TO DO IT” When it comes to Unity, our minds are stereotyped to think about only Religious Unity and we let trivial matters such as Climate to be tackled only by Ministry. As…

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LIFE PEOPLE

Break the chain and Spread the vibe

October 29, 2015

A colleague of mine made me proudly write this post. Today Morning bring out something challenging for him, something for which his family must be proud. He left for the Office as usual but with no idea of What is there for him next. Just before when he is about to reach, he noticed a Bus standing mid-way with a huge crowd gathering, all agitated and ready for action. It was a School bus accompanied by its driver and thankfully…

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