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  1. Moving away

    by , 9th January 2015 at 11:28 AM
    Some time ago we watched a news broadcast on television about a cargo ship carrying nearly 1000 Syrian migrants from Turkey. The ship had been abandoned by the people-smugglers near the Italian coast. All those people in the ship had fled from the destruction of their nation and homes in search of safety and a better life. What must have been the state of their minds ?

    This migration of people has been going on for ages. It is said the people of my community migrated from the northern ...
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    reflections
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  2. Infinite! - 30

    by , 5th January 2015 at 03:58 PM (Just a thought)
    Sivaraman walked faster, to Banu's house, but came to know that she went with her husband and was expected to return the next day. He then went to see if Vedhachalam, the Endowment Officer [EO] was in town. His house was locked but. He then thought about his father's state and ran home. His father was waiting for him with those once lovely wide eyes, now the irises had a grey shade, due to cataract. The opaque eyes yet conveyed what Parameswaran could not say. It had oodles and oodles of love for ...
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    Stories , Novels , Infinite!
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  3. Infinite! - 29

    by , 24th December 2014 at 07:46 PM (Just a thought)
    Sivaraman came back that evening to temple on time, slightly relieved, as his father was a little better. It was just another evening for him and he wanted to ensure that the temple was cleaned then itself, as the sweeper would not be around for a couple of days. "This man frequently takes leave, adding more burden to me! Why Vedhachalam is not condemning him?", he thought while sweeping the sanctum sanctorums of the God and Goddess and locked the gates of them. Then he went to the praharam ...
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  4. A Grain of Sand

    by , 20th December 2014 at 08:45 PM
    All those children, in the Army School, in Peshawar, Pakistan.
    They were killed indiscriminately and many, very cold-bloodedly.
    They were made to stand near the wall and just killed in front of
    all the others. This will always be a part of the lives of those who
    survived. Emotionally and physically scarred.
    Why such violence? What wrong had the children done?
    There are no sane answers but those who killed have
    their answers.

    I really
    ...
    Tags: life, violence
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    reflections
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  5. Infinite! - 28

    by , 19th December 2014 at 07:50 PM (Just a thought)
    Gem!


    Sivaraman was a bit worried about his father's health that day. Something was just not right, he thought. He called the regular doctor who was but out of town. After describing what he felt his father was undergoing, he acted according to the doctor's advice and gave a pill that was used long back just after the days of paralysis. He left on time, skipping his food as he had no time and did not want to hear a sermon from Vedhachalam again.

    As he was about to
    ...
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