A tribute to women

"You don't respect Amma as much as you ought to, Appa" my 20-year-old daughter told me several years ago. Thinking about how I treated my wife set me to some weighty introspection. Having been brought up in a totally patriarchal setting amidst my six elder brothers, I lacked feminine sensibilities and sensitivities. I am changing—but … Continue reading A tribute to women

Change your Outlook.

"Please do attend my daughter's wedding," said the nearly six feet, fair and gentlemanly Ramakrishna formally, in his soft voice. He got up from the Sofa and handed me the wedding invitation card. He was my close relative and a more intimate friend. He had mentored me many times on business matters.  "Sure, Ramkrishna," I said. … Continue reading Change your Outlook.