"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.
"Appa, you have to watch this movie. It is on Netflix. I will WhatsApp details" my daughter told me last week. Since her suggestions have started to make sense of late, I saw the movie "Wonder" starring Julia Roberts the same day. I liked it. There is a particular scene with a dialogue in the … Continue reading Children as educators
"I want to tell you something before we meet up", I said to the mother of the prospective groom for my daughter. The groom had liked my daughter immensely after meeting her through a matrimonial portal. "No problem. Please tell me" the mother said. "She had an older sister who was born blind and died … Continue reading Life Lessons from my Eyeless Angel
“Mohan, I am pregnant," Mamatha said just as a plane took off from the tarmac. I was in the STD booth of Bangalore airport sometime during the first week of April 1991 having just returned from New Delhi. It took half a minute for the noise of the take off to recede and gave me … Continue reading God is but a Weaver