Monthly Archives: March 2011

Sending Peace in the Twilight

The bridge over the River Ganga is a huge walking bridge, well, not really walking because motorbikes, cows, monkeys, peddlars, bicycles, fruit carts and any other wayward souls cross it in order to go from one side of Rishikesh to … Continue reading

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Sleepless in Savasana

It is Sunday morning here in Rishikesh, India. A town in the North East Region of India, famous for its Holy Land and Holy Water – The Ganga. We left Delhi at 8 a.m. Saturday morning for our 7 hour … Continue reading

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Why I Write

Our Stories So there we were at a friend’s house for dinner, celebrating her birthday with about 8 other people, all of whom we had never met before. One by one, we all took turns going around the table talking … Continue reading

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Why I write – Guest Blog

Guest Blog by Elen Ghulam Our Stories Unlike many writers, I didn’t start writing from a young age. To tell you the truth, I disliked composition in school. I was a geeky kid, math and physics were the two subjects … Continue reading

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