Interesting lines from The Time keeper by Mitch Albom – Part 2

Part1 here 1. “He wondered if there were no end to man’s ambitions.” 2. “Sometimes, when you are not getting the love you want, giving makes you think you will.” 3. “But a man who can take anything will find most things unsatisfying. And a man without memories is just a shell.”. 4. “The apprentice... Continue Reading →

Cloud gazing is not a waste of time

When I was little, I always wondered what it would be like to sit atop a cloud. I imagined a magic door in the sky that took me to a magical land with cup cakes and plush toys. I used to think I was crazy... Till I saw this TED talk - Cloudy with a... Continue Reading →

‘Pig Butchering’ is worrying

DIGITAL SWINDLES LIKE business email compromises and romance scams generate billions of dollars for criminals. And they all start with a little bit of “social engineering” to trick a victim into doing something disadvantageous, whether that's trusting someone they shouldn't or sending money into the void. Now, a new variation of these schemes, known as... Continue Reading →

A poem on the parent-child relationship

'Swayed Connection' by blogger Grace Y. Estevez – Reddy Little,baby,girl of mine.Giggles,daily,with delight.......Continue reading

Book Review: The Bourne Supremacy

Sometimes you have to wonder how a sequel will follow a book that had a good ending. Will the author force a plot or will it feel believable? Those are some things I wondered when diving into the second book in the Jason Bourne novels, the Bourne Supremacy by Robert Ludlum...Continue reading...

A love poem-we finally say, I love you

Develop. Inspire. Transform.

Photo by abdul samad on Unsplash

like scenes
in an
uncommon mystery

dejection gives way,
and inside
we feel
that glow again, nay


burning bright,
without naught,
is alright

making sense
holding the promise
of yesteryear

a kiss,
and a wish,
given to you, silently

whilst you slept,
so lovingly,
without notice
or a commingled
promise kept

two hearts
beat as one,
as light
enters the room,
the fragments
of loss felt

and, then
what’s left…

and me,
forever true,
as we finally say,

I love you

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My article got a Pingback-so excited!

Hi, I restarted blogging a few weeks ago after a long break. I'm excited that my article on The difference between ‘bourgeois’ and ‘bourgeoisie’ got included here. Thank you 'From guestwriters'. It was a happy surprise... Bon week-end!

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