Book Review: ‘Secretly Yours’ By Vikrant Khanna

Book Review: Secretly Yours ~The longer the book, the longer you spent in another world.~ Author: Vikrant KhannaPublisher: Penguin Books LtdPrice: Rs. 145/-
Genre: Romantic ThrillerRating: 1.5/5 ISBN- 9780143425915 Every once in a while, I read a book that makes my mind go haywire, and clearly not in a good way.The book that bagged this award this month … [Read more…]

Celebrating A Year Of Compassion! #1000SpeakForCompassion

Celebrating A Year Of Compassion! – #1000SpeakForCompassion Last year, on 20th February 1000 speak for Compassion got several bloggers together to spread compassion around the world. Ever since, on the 20th day of every month, bloggers from around the world write about various aspects of compassion and how one can spread the same. I have been … [Read more…]

20 Cute Last-Minute DIY Valentine’s Day Cards

It’s Valentine’s Day and you know you’re in trouble if you show up empty-handed in front of your special someone! Here’s a compilation of cards that scream out cute, funny and everything punny! Nothing says I love you like: 1. Pizza. www.pinterest.com Or you could just do this: www.pinterest.com 2. Punny Soup. www.pinterest.com 3. Quirky. … [Read more…]

Book Review: ‘The Bestseller She Wrote’ by Ravi Subramanian

Book Review – The Bestseller She Wrote ~Nothing in life is more wretched than the mind of a man conscious of his guilt.~ Author: Ravi Subramanian Publisher: WestlandPrice: Rs. 295/-
Genre: Romance     Rating: 1.5/5  ISBN- 97893851523828 Getting author-signed books delivered at my doorstep is one of the best things blogging has bestowed me with. Read … [Read more…]

Discovering Real Togetherness!

We’re all so affected by technology that we have forgotten that there existed an era, not too deep in the history, in which no one had mobile phones, laptops, Ipods etc and people were still happy. Today, if you tell someone that life would have been better without a mobile phone, you’d be stared at like … [Read more…]

‘The Art and Power of Emphatic Listening’ – #1000SpeakForCompassion

‘The Art and Power of Emphatic Listening‘ -#1000Speak for Compassion ‘Listening has the quality of the wizard’s alchemy. It has the power to melt armor and to produce beauty in the midst of hatred’ I’ve been labeled as a listener since childhood because I always took more pleasure in listening to what others had to … [Read more…]

Book Review: ‘There’s Something About You’ By Yashodhara Lal

Book Review: There’s Something About You ~Zumba’s all the rage~ Author: Yashodhara LalPublisher: Harper Collins IndiaPrice: Rs. 175/-Genre: Romance FictionRating: 3.5/5 ISBN- 9789351771999 So, here is my review of ‘There’s Something About You‘ by Yashodhara Lal– Source: www.yashodharalal.com Back Blurb from the book– This is not your typical boy-meets-girl story. Okay, they do meet, but there are some … [Read more…]

‘I Choose to Be Real’ #1000Speak for Compassion

‘I Choose to Be Real’ -#1000Speak for Compassion ‘The best way to show someone that you care for them is to accept them for who they are.’ I’m sure you must have heard or read words similar to the above a several times by now. I’m sure you must have nodded in approval every single time. … [Read more…]

#1000Speak: Compassion begins at Home

‘Compassion begins at Home’ -#1000Speak for Compassion “To care for those who once cared for us is one of the highest honors.” ― Tia Walker Last week, the world celebrated the World Elder Abuse Awareness Day which I had wanted to write about, but couldn’t. So, here are my thoughts regarding the same: I live … [Read more…]

#1000Speak for Compassion: How to stay connected during a disagreement?

‘How to stay connected during a disagreement?’ -#1000Speak for Compassion It really boils down to this: that all life is interrelated. We are all caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied into a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one destiny, affects all indirectly.–Martin Luther King Jr To start with, it’s important to understand … [Read more…]