Archive for November, 2017

My Sufi Sonnets in Bhakti Tradition

By Stephen Gill The Bhakti movement started in the 7th century AD in the South of India. In the 14th and the 15th centuries the movement touched its peak when it stretched its wings to the North, replacing rituals, customs, castes and idolatry with unwavering devotion to the Almighty. The essence […]

November 12, 2017 · 0 comments · Articles

Optimist

I’m the perfect optimist. I know the sea of perfect consciousness. I can dip into it. I’m the perfect optimist. I know the universe of self-expression. I can dip into it. I’m the perfect optimist. I know the harmony of the world-being. I can dip into it. I’m the perfect […]

November 12, 2017 · 0 comments · Latest Post, Poetry

Science as a Cover for Bigotry

 By Mark Antony Rossi The atheist is an angry person. For what reason I can only speculate. But I am certain the field of science has the lion’s share of members whom cling to an arrogant conviction that anything other than science is a superstitious sickness. And thus faith, religion […]

November 12, 2017 · 0 comments · Articles, Latest Post

The Race

I have sowed the seeds I have planted trees I have made rain clouds I have stirred the breeze I walked along with the Sun Doing all that was needed to be done Still, there is so much more to do Not enough  time for frolic & fun I can’t […]

November 12, 2017 · 0 comments · Latest Post, Poetry

A Day at Trivandrum Zoo

By Vijayasree J from Trivandrum, India

November 12, 2017 · 0 comments · Latest Post, Thousand Words

Project Uddalaka

By the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal Dear Reader, We have been fortunate to come so far in these three years and with your support and affection we will continue to work towards bringing new voices to the pedestal. We consider it our duty to feature works that are not only thought […]

November 12, 2017 · 1 comment · Editorial, Latest Post

The Meeting of Giants

By Terence Wynne from Camillus, NY

November 12, 2017 · 0 comments · Cartoon, Latest Post

Travel as a Higher Learning Experience

By Mark Antony Rossi  I feel fortunate to have traveled to many parts of the world. It’s truly a wondrous experience to see, feel, and touch another culture. It changes you. Especially when you return home and hear ignorant comments that have no relation to reality. Americans generally think foreign […]

November 5, 2017 · 1 comment · Articles

Climate Change?

By Terence Wynne from Camillus, NY

November 5, 2017 · 0 comments · Cartoon

The Ubiquitous Tutor

By Hema Ravi In layman’s language a tutor aka private teacher is typically one who teaches a single student or a very small group of students.  Private tutors offer their services to school and college students to augment their learning, hone their skills in the subjects of study in order to help […]

November 5, 2017 · 0 comments · Articles