Browsing All posts tagged under »God«

Things I Want to Say to an Ex

November 25, 2013

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I consulted Sid before I wrote this post. He said I should definitely make it a point to express my gratitude to a person who stood by me during my toughest phase. I am going to talk about someone who came into my life as a friend. We met when I was in college. I […]

My Introduction to God in Spanish

June 16, 2013

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I spent the last week in the small, remote village of El Progresso in El Salvador. I was part of an 8-member team from Willow Creek Community Church, Chicago, that went to work on a school project in this village in the mountains, untouched by Facebook or the internet. Working at this school came close […]

How I Learned to Fail

September 10, 2012

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On this India trip, mostly people told me, “You have not changed at all! Marriage hasn’t changed you one bit.” It makes me very happy. Because it tells me that I still have the same exuberance and madness about me – the stuff that makes me – ME. But on speaking to me a little […]

The Grass is Greener on My Side

March 27, 2012

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This is a post about gratitude. In the last few days, I have spoken to a few close friends about this at great length. The basic premise is that there is no horrible situation that you and I can be in that does not have a positive side. Or more simply, “It could have been […]

Do You Have 5 Minutes?

May 25, 2011

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“I am not as spiritual as you!” These are words I have heard most often in the last few years. A lot of us are unhappy in our situations. A lot us would like our lives to change a little bit. We put in all our effort to make something happen and then it just […]

The Praying Ego!

February 20, 2011

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The only thing that holds me together is prayer. In the last few years, I have seen how praying has helped not just Roberto and me, but I feel our prayers have helped many, many, many people. This post is an example of how I began to put my faith in prayers and God. As […]

10 Random Thoughts From Today

February 6, 2011

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Date: February 6th 2011 1. I am going to miss India when I go to live in America. India is a huge mess…like my room. But there’s no place I’d rather call home…just like my room 🙂 2. God is taking over my life. I was freaking out till yesterday about the big O but […]

On the Other Side of the 20s

November 15, 2010

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This post was featured on “Freshly Pressed” on wordpress.com‘s main website on Nov 15th/16th 2010. It’s my last year as a 20-something. No, I’m not dreading the 30s. I am quite excited about how life is shaping up! In fact, the year I hit 30, will also be the landmark year of me getting married. […]

On Life Skills and Spirituality

July 24, 2010

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Every once in a while, we all go into the “Why is this happening to me” mode. And self pity or anger at the situation never helped anyone. Yesterday while working on the life skills programme that I am currently associated with at Aparajitha Foundations, a line came forth a couple of time – “Focus […]

The Rabbi

October 6, 2008

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Sobbing inconsolably a young woman sat, In a space she thought her own, Away from the world and its prying eyes, She let herself cry freely and mourn. And in a moment of unbearable pain, She called upon God, His heavenly name, Asking for deliverance and forgiveness galore, But instead she found an old man […]

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