Its never too late to . . .

Saturday, 27 February 2010

A lovely lunch and soulful conversation

Yesterday was indeed a lovely day. I had been to lunch with two lovely women and it made all the difference. Apart from the food which coerced us to indulge all our senses, the conversation was one where my being was strengthened and invigorated. Sometimes certain people fill one with an abundance of positivity and warmth that one thinks that come what may, I CAN DO IT. 

The strong aura of positive vibrations and words of practical wisdom by Swarna ma'am was lovely. I am filled with gratitude for having met and known her. 

Thanks for believing in me.

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Wednesday, 24 February 2010

Isn't it true . . .

We often take for granted the very things that most deserve our gratitude. 

--Cynthia Ozick

Friday, 19 February 2010

Standing a few minutes from 20th Feb 2010

Today I am grateful for:

The joy of walking without my head phones. Though a tad strange, I managed to get into the groove

The thoughts of a journey to cold climes

R who fills me with love and peace

Reading Psalm 91

The daily meditation in Our Daily Bread which nourishes and invigorates me

Scott's blog which always strengthens me

The lovely piece on Temptation by Awareness and the message it conveyed

Attempting to work and giving up but never totally restraining

The season of Lent which is an awareness into the interior landscape

The joy of sight, sound and smell

Being able to write

Tuesday, 9 February 2010


Today was indeed a lovely day. I am filled with gratitude:

* The third workshop went on very well. We received laurels that we thought we did not deserve

* Practical strangers being very receptive

* Experienced academicians asking for our numbers in order to connect with us

* A wonderful interaction with the students

* That communication and interaction is vital and essential

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Friday, 5 February 2010

05. 02. 10

I am grateful today for the following:

* the workshop in Good Earth School went on very well with students involving themselves in the whole course of action

* the Study Circle had many participants and that the discussion after the talk was quite engaging focusing on different interdisciplinary aspects

* we were able to interact with scholars from different places

* for nice conversation after the Study Circle

* for having planned many things

* for feeling content and overwhelmed

* for a nice meal

* for the assurance that I need not worry

* the feeling that I am indeed happy and joyful

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Monday, 1 February 2010

We are here! Wow!

The title is a bit vague but that was what came to my mind when I started writing. I am so glad for today. A lovely dinner and the grand MOU between MCC and Queens was signed.

Everything went on well and I am flying . . .

It feels good after a warm connection with lovely people.

Raintree is a lovely place to hang out.

I am so very grateful and happy for today!!!