“A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.” – Henry Brooks Adams Today, on this auspicious occasion, I remember all my teachers. Although I cannot wish each and everyone of them personally, I pray to God to bless them abundantly. As I write this small piece, a wave of nostalgia hit […]Read More A tribute to the change makers. By. Chitsiaro Po. Kohima, Nagaland
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It makes me nerves writing a post now a days. I read books of professional thinkers, listen to podcast of the intellectual elite, and read tweets from almost famous people. How can I compete? I can’t, so I won’t, but what I do have, and what you have is whoever you…
DO NOT HONK. -“Stop annoying me”. With ever growing vehicles on the streets of India it’s time for realization that “Your patience can reduce Noise Pollution”. Many a times we notice that we “Honk” unnecessarily. With this in mind the students of St. Edmund’s College, Shillong (Upasna, Sutanuka, Vitoka and Macfarlane) decided to spread awareness […]Read More DO NOT HONK. -“Stop annoying me”.
Dennis Lallienzuol Hrangchal. Sojourner’s Struggle. I am a free child bound in chains, I was marked with a taboo. Imprisoning me into the dungeon of fear and loneliness; Where enemies crawl like the shadows of the dark. A fathom that behold me I was just a struggling sojourner. Into memory lanes I searched myself, Where people […]Read More Sojourner’s Struggle.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 15,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 6 sold-out performances for that many […]Read More 2014 in review.
Paul Fernandes. “The one thing that you have that nobody else has is you. Your voice, your mind, your story, your vision. So write and draw and build and play and dance and live as only you can”. Neil Gaiman. This year – Write your own story. New years greetings from Goa. May you create peace, […]Read More This year – Write your own story. By: Paul Fernandes.
Paul Fernandes. “Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.”– Andre Gide Hello friends, Imagination Breathing says Goodbye to year 2014. Let’s only carry with us some good memories and the lessons we have learnt in 2014. Best Wishes: Paul Fernandes Founder Imagination Breathing.Read More Thank you – 2014. by: Paul Fernandes.
Matti War. Onto the Next Horizon Yesterday was the last day of my exams and it was a relief. Four days of back to back papers and term papers makes every exam I’ve appeared for so far, look like a walk in the park. Add to that an ill-timed attack of the cold and cough […]Read More Onto the Next Horizon. by: Matti War. New Delhi, India.
Paul Fernandes. “Imagination Breathing” has been viewed in 100 countries, with over 14,100 hits/views as off 28th November 2014. Thank you to those who have contributed their articles, poetries and photographs. I am also grateful to all those people who have taken time to view my site. For last one month I was not […]Read More Celebrating 100 countries. by: Paul Fernandes.
Raka Agitok. Voice of Nature. My nightmares are not filled with monsters from horror movies, but with reality that we’ll soon face if we do not put an end to this global environmental mess we are in. The consequences will be unfathomable. Do not ponder much […]Read More Voice of Nature. by: Raka Agitok. Shillong, India.
Paul Fernandes. How do you want to be remembered? A question that has been lingering in my mind is, how do I want to be remembered? I like what Steve Jobs once said “If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I’m about to do today.” This quote […]Read More How do you want to be remembered? by: Paul Fernandes
Mebadaiaka M Kurkalang. Once upon a time, she wrote for her school magazine, as it was her last year over there, about her beloved one_of_a_kind friends who had stood with her all the way during her schooling years. She had attained quite an appreciation for her piece from them(friends) and as well as other people […]Read More Once upon a time. By: Mebadaiaka M Kurkalang.
John Abraham and Paul Fernandes. (15th oct 2014.) Bollywood actor and co-owner of North East United FC – John Abraham interacts with the students of St. Edmund’s college,Shillong. Couple of days after his visit, I asked my friends what do they remember from his visit besides taking his photographs and autographs . Most of them said […]Read More A Walk with John Abraham. by: Paul Fernandes.
Imran Choudhury. Social Network – A ‘Boon’ or a ‘Bane’? I update my Facebook status before I sit for my final exams, I check-in every time I use the restroom. I post selfies with my new-born nephew even before he is picked up from the hospital and I judge my IQ based on […]Read More Social Network – A ‘Boon’ or a ‘Bane’? By : Imran Choudhury. (Shillong,India)
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Christine Hyung-Oak Lee suffered a stroke when she was 33, and she has written about her experience in an inspiring personal essay for BuzzFeed. Before that, she was using a pseudonym on WordPress.com to blog about her experiences, share details about her life, and practice her writing. In 2007,…