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Free Will.

“I have noticed that even people who claim everything is predetermined and that we can do nothing to change it, look before they cross the road.” ~ Stephen Hawking. To start off this post, let me introduce you to Sam … Continue reading

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Nick, in his comments on my blog post Questions Answered had this to say – “You must be remarkably content if you can’t think of a single thing that would improve your quality of life!” I think that his response … Continue reading

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Memory Trigger 8. Old Photographs.

Modern Social Media is amazing. An old colleague from my time in North India between 1980 and 1983, Awadesh got in touch with me through the facebook/whatsapp media a couple of weeks ago and has been in regular touch since … Continue reading

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Hard To Believe.

For all my American friends. Shackman particularly for the first and second facts. Movie theater popcorn in America costs more per ounce than filet mignon. In a typical three hour NFL broadcast, the ball is in play for roughly 11 … Continue reading

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Rabbit Hole 2.

My readers will remember my blog post on this film that I had written some time ago. The play which was directed by my niece was staged at Bengaluru to good reception and she has posted this on facebook.  Please … Continue reading

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Memory Triggers. 1.

My late wife Urmeela’s two cousins, sisters, who had gone to the same school as Urmeela had gone to decades ago, had gone back to visit the school on some occasion and made a startling discovery. There is a board … Continue reading

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The Hair Cut.

Whenever I leave home on an errand, I try to combine more than just one so that in one trip I can achieve more. So it was that when I got an appointment with my dentist fortuitously advanced to a … Continue reading

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“The breaking of stereotypes allows for recovery of memory.” ~ Shiv Visvanathan. My friend and fellow moviephile Abhaya sent this photograph and asked “What does this photograph indicate?” I leave the question with my readers and shall come back with … Continue reading

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The Namesake.

A new commentator to my blog, janey canuck, through her comments on my post The Rabbit Hole got me interested in seeing this film at home yesterday. I had read the novel when it was released in 2003 and had … Continue reading

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Millennials and the future.

This week’s topic has been suggested by Shackman for the weekly Friday LBC blog posts. Millennials are persons reaching young adulthood around the year 2000. Which means that they will be in their mid thirties now. In India, this is … Continue reading

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