I was talking to my friend, Mohan just days before the recent Deepavali. We met in April at the IFTDO 2013 this year in New Delhi through the President of an association that I belong to. He’s doing well at his new job and have been asking George and I to make that trip over … Continue reading Remembering India, The Land Of Contrasts
A few years ago just when I was going through my divorce episode, one of the first things I had to do was to look for a job. It was kind of hard as I was so used to be self-employed for many years, making decisions on my terms and last but not least, … Continue reading A Lesson In Humility
PART 1 – The journeys of past I was inspired to write down my thoughts today after reading a blog by the CEO of Marriott International, Arne Sorenson. He asked a simple question – “Do you remember your first road trip or even your first trip on a plane?” What a thought provoking question. I … Continue reading Do You Remember Your First Road Trip Or Even Your First Trip On A Plane?
….and the Christmas trees were tall… Sorry, cant help it. What I wanted to blog about today was of my memories of celebrating Ramadhan when I was a lot younger than now. Maybe younger by 30 years ago that is. My dad had already relocated us the family from living with my grandparents to living … Continue reading When I Was Small
Sometimes lyrics from certain songs just ring echoes in my mind, and hitting all the right spots. Amazing. APOLOGIZE ~ Justin Timberlake I’m holding on your rope Got me ten feet off the ground And Im hearing what you say But I just can’t make a sound You tell me that you need me Then you … Continue reading It’s Too Late To Apologize
Time: one week to count down, 2006. All the flights back to KK were full, even one week before the departure date. This is afterall, time for almost everyone to fly home and you are so adamant to go back. Your friends needed you, you said. They have been texting you endlessly, asking, begging for … Continue reading The Last New Year That Wasnt With You
I miss my restaurant that I left back in KK. And, knowing the fact that I will not return there anymore pains me. Greatly. I will not be able to admire the far away sea from its balcony, nor able to cook in its stainless kitchen which was designed primarily by me with pride and … Continue reading Nostalgic Sunday