It’s an experience to try and the trill your experience can never be described in words. How similar is it to our daily life and what we can learn from this enthralling experience. 1. It’s faster than you expect: While on the wire, even before you realise you are on the other side. Believe it […]Read More 5 things I learnt doing Zip Line
You are not born for the ordinary. You are born to go beyond. Beyond boundaries, beyond your own restrictions, beyond your own comfort. You are meant to break the shackles of your fear.You are meant to be great. Coz you can. At times you may feel you are nothing, that you can do nothing, I […]Read More You are a LION and you are meant to ROAR!
Etymologically, the word school is derived from a Greek word ‘skholē’ meaning ‘leisure’.Leisure?? School??They don’t seem to align now, do they? When I woke up this morning I didn’t set out to come up with this write up, but as I started working on a school report – I couldn’t help but find it sarcastically […]Read More DO NOT MESS IT UP LIKE THEY DID WITH US.
If I did it my way and failed, it’s ok. These words came out of Anil Singh’s mouth and most of the audience had an immediate connection with him. This article is my take on Anil Singh’s TEDX, Panchgani talk, which at a personal level did move me a lot. His journey with marathon started […]Read More If I did it my way and failed, it’s OK, An extra step changes everything. -Anil Singh.
“Rahul, Raj, Govindda, Ajay…..” the audience blabbers as they were asked to guess the host of OBR (One Billion Rising is a global movement, founded by Eve Ensler, to end rape and sexual violence against women (onebillionrising.org) “It is Aishwarya”, says the host finally. “My name is Aishwarya and I was born a girl.” I am a […]Read More From Mom’s Nose Pin to Brother’s Gym: How at the age of 9 I realised that gender is fluid, Aishwarya
To learn lessons for the future we have to look at the past. A few thousand years ago, when money never existed, a transaction happened only by exchanging agreed commodities by barter. E.g. Panchgani in Maharashtra where I recently held a TEDx talk on the subject I am writing about now is famous for strawberries […]Read More Democratised Disruptive Innovation- What could it mean for the individual? Hirander Misra
Naisha Christine Richmond Tariang. “Every piece is a vision I had. I’m just giving my vision life.”Read More “Oblivion.” By Naisha Richmond. Shillong, India
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.
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.
Keep your goals to yourself. (TED) – Derek Sivers:Read More Keep your goals to yourself. by: Derek Silver
Kiran Sethi – The founder of the Riverside School in Ahmedabad. She has launched an initiative to make our cities more child-friendly.Read More Kids, take charge. (TED) by: Kiran Sethi
(By :Carmin,mcj. Pune,India) Change change change…. We all want change; we wait for change we long change Why do we want, wait, long for change? Every second there is a display of changes. The sky changes every second from one shade of colour to another of its blue, mauve, purple, grey orange and silver […]Read More Change, Change, Change. by: Carmin (Pune, India)