A warm Hello to all Masters of Ceremony and Anchors, present and future. Here are a few thoughts based on 20 years of experience in this field. 1. WHAT ~ WHEN ~ WHERE ~ WHY : Try and find comprehensive answers to these questions vis-à-vis your event, or people might soon start asking HOW did […]Read More Mic Check! with Alfie
I just want to tell you that your friendship matters to me and I am lucky to have you in my life. Today let us take sometime out and tag, call or send a message to your friends, reminding them that their presence in your life makes your life beautiful.Read More Thank You for your friendship
“Remembering that I’ll be dead soon is the most important tool I’ve ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life.” – Steve Jobs What if someone tells you that you are going to die and that you just have few hours or days to live. How would that make you feel? Would […]Read More You are going to die!
“The most important investment you can make is in yourself.” -Warren Buffett Have you invested in yourself? When I ask you this question I don’t necessarily mean investing money or buying some material things. I am sure we have done a lot of that. Today when I […]Read More Have you invested in yourself? by, Paul Fernandes
I want to thank each one for making this journey possible. 100 quality articles is a big landmark. A special thanks to each contributor of the articles for believing in my venture for inspiring lives. Today when I see the site “Imagination Breathing. Com” viewed in 113 countries around the world. I feel proud of […]Read More 113 countries, 100 articles. – Paul Fernandes
Days tend to pass by so quickly, don’t they? It seems not long ago that I was a kid. A world so secure and safe from the harsh reality. A world of no worries, no confusion or fear of what is to come next. The only concern was to complete homework in time. Remember […]Read More Lost, but not forever. – Kasturi, Assam.
Finally the first draft of my book is ready, two and half years of tireless brain work and now it is here, right in front of me. Few quotes/lines from the book are given below. “We lose ourselves in our pursuit to get someone to look at us the way we want them to.” […]Read More Coffee or Passion? by, Paul Fernandes
Not all of us are bestowed with the best of everything. Being not-so-good in a certain field(s) tends to make us feel inept. Seeing a fellow colleague do better – when you know you can do it too and for some reason you just need to but you fail – sometimes just hurts. I know. I […]Read More To or Not to. By Kasturi, Assam
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
“CHOCOLATE – The best chapter of my life”. Getting a 3 months old puppy home from an animal shelter seemed just fun to me, I was a 12 years old girl then. Little did I know that this tiny little watchdog would turn out to be the most important part of my life. “Chocolate”- that’s […]Read More “CHOCOLATE – The best chapter of my life”. by: Joyla Fernandes. Goa, India.
I remember the first time Jimmy was brought to me. She was a gift from my late uncle. From the very first moment we laid eyes on each other, we connected. My Jimmy baby made me believe in love at first sight. Jimmy is a white Pomeranian, wide innocent eyes , cutest […]Read More My four- legged furry angel. by: Chitsiaro Po. Nagaland, 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.
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.
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)