Month: November 2017


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 […]


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 […]


Illusion and Reality

I  was in  love  with A  picture The  downward  tilted  head The  intense  look The  style  and The  attitude I  was  the  Juliet I  was  Laila I  was, also, Desdemona But He  was  neither  Romeo Nor  Majnu Not  even  Othello I  craved  pined For  his  love  and  care Sometimes  even  […]


My Topical Action

My Topical Action is effective action, is the winning action, is what I’m singin’ about. I’m staying true to what is right and what is proud. I’m proud with the strong and the good in my heart, the good that is love and oneness smart. I feel love and oneness […]


SHE – part 2

By Shobha Diwakar  ~continued from last issue Even as these fleeting thoughts gripped his wandering fancy, he turned the ignition, switched on the music and headed home. When he alighted at the gate, a savory tangy fragrance greeted his hungry stomach. Nana had cooked his meal for the afternoon and […]