People are Funny; Moms are People

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  আমার মতো মা পেয়েছিস বলে এই জন্মে বেঁচে গেছিস.

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The Comments Debate – I’d Rather Dance!

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Namaste, Dear Visitors, I have been researching the notion of allowing comments on blog posts (for this is a blog-site itself). There are at least two points of view on this issue, and this article represents itself as a fairly thorough explanation. Perhaps it will inform or persuade you or me to reconsider a point […]

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“Getting Busy” isn’t all “Fun”

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Namaste, Dear Visitor to my blog-site… I’m glad you took time from your day to join us. Here are some thoughts for today, about the idea of being or getting busy. Nearly all of us lead surprisingly busy lives, even if we intend otherwise. I know the feeling of being busy, and honestly, getting busy is not […]

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Keep the faith!

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Nothing in, nothing out.

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Albert Einstein was both very intelligent and very wise. He is also quite famous for several things, including his: formula E = MC2 frizzy long white hair affair w/Marilyn Monroe Blondes in America, it seems, did have more fun (than some non-blondes). Despite the profundity of Einstein’s prolific writings and discoveries in the cerebral domain of theoretical physics (he’s […]

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Tagore: in Response

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In response to the writings of RabindraNath Tagore, Dr. S. Parui offers… imagery. Enjoy. (Image: R. Carlén/SORS Paris) Dr. Suvro Parui, former Chair, Institute of Asian Studies and Professor of Chinese Studies, Amity University, Gurgaon is a recognized authority on India’s esteemed poet and thought leader RabindraNath Tagore (1861–1941).

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Language – the Vedanga

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(Second in my Language Series) Here’s my ‘quick look’ at the Six Vedanga: they formed an ancient language science (from which modern Indo-European languages and rules evolved). Vedanga (n., pl.|Sanskrit: वेदाङ्ग vedāṅga, “limbs of the Veda”).

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Arrant Moodiness Feeds Egomania

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I have somehow become convinced that it’s okay to ignore some fans I love when, like a petulant child, I may not get my way at all times on my own schedule. I sorry. I will do better. This post was much longer. I took the moody part out, now it’s not so long. We’ll see […]

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