If not anything else we can at least share this blog and after reading this if you drop a mail on the link provided
It will further help the group Let India Breathe to help this cause which is good interest of all the citizens.


Every last week of the month we will be focussing on “CLIMATE CHANGE ISSUES”. We are really sorry that this blog is coming a bit late. But you also know sooner or later we will have a blog for you which is worth your 5-minute read. Coming back to our topic of this week, it is Climate Change and in this we have alot to cover. Many aspects are important I know, but while you are reading this blog we are losing out on time to this particular cause. So, read this article carefully and till the end as participation from each and every one of you counts. By participation I mean just by sharing this blog you can participate in the cause. I’ll explain how for now we’ll get straight into the blog.

As by seeing the title you can assume that we’ll be talking about EIA DRAFT NOTIFICATION…

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Balance of Life

Balance of life explained so well…

Penny Wilson Writes

“Sadness gives depth. Happiness gives height. Sadness gives roots. Happiness gives branches. Happiness is like a tree going into the sky, and sadness is like the roots going down into the womb of the earth. Both are needed, and the higher a tree goes, the deeper it goes, simultaneously. The bigger the tree, the bigger will be its roots. In fact, it is always in proportion. That’s its balance.”


Image by FelixMittermeier from Pixabay

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No, This Pandemic Is Not Going to Destroy Human Civilization

This post makes so much sense in today’s times more than ever…

Cristian Mihai

Many years ago, a student asked cultural anthropologist Margaret Meade a simple question; what was, in her opinion, the earliest sign of civilization.

You know, whether it was the discovery of fire, or the invention of the wheel. Or something of the sorts.

Her answer took him by surprise. She said the earliest sign of civilization was “a healed femur.”

You see, in the animal kingdom, where only the fittest survive, if you break your leg, you die. You cannot run from danger, you cannot drink or hunt for food. No creature survives a broken leg long enough for the bone to heal. You are eaten by predators long before that.

In the world of hunter-gatherers, a person with a fractured thigh bone would be thought of as useless and left to die.

But a femur that has healed is evidence that someone had taken the time to stay with…

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Unbelievably Wonderful!

Came across this such a wonderful and profound post, it’s a must read for all…
” Letter by Abraham Lincoln to his sons Headmaster”

Read. Love. Live

Have you ever come across any piece of literature… Or any article, that immediately went to your heart? (If yes, do write it in the comment section).

We all might have had ‘that’ moment, when we get too motivated from reading a wonderful tiny piece. Well, recently I have had that moment.

I think a few days back, I was re- decorating my room (only because of my mother’s insistence. Otherwise I am happy with how my room is! After all, it’s not that bad) and then I came across my seventh grade textbook. I can’t believe it is still there after all these years! Perhaps Mom is right!

I was rummaging through the book and one chapter caught my attention. I have no memory of learning that chapter. I started reading the chapter, whose title was


I got even more curious and…

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This is what kept me busy past few days…

Dear all, A couple of days ago I had am "Announcement"..Well well well here finally I am... Launched today, a couple of minutes ago, my YouTube channel " ALCHEMYINKITCHEN" today with its first video (promo video)Please click on the link below:"ALCHEMYINKITCHEN" Cooking is something I have always loved and taking this love for food a … Continue reading This is what kept me busy past few days…

Life in The Time of Coronavirus

Sharing a very well written and beautifully explained and covered a sensitive subject in the current scenario by my fellow blogger and friend Cristian Mihai ….

Cristian Mihai

I don’t usually post my personal views on current events or popular topics, because I:

  1. usually don’t watch TV. At all.
  2. live in my own little world and keep focusing on the things that I have to do.

That being said, I thought I should address a few things that I’ve noticed in the past couple of weeks.

Number one… the sheer amount of misinformation.

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Bade hokar kya banoge beta…?

Something which either we have been subjected to as kids or are subjecting our kids consciously or unconsciously…. a must-read post for all the parents whose kids are either in school or will be soon going to school….

Ashwini Chaumal

My Childhood was no different as compared to most others. Everyone I met had the same question “Bade hokar kya banoge beta?” (What would you like to become when you grow?).

All my friends either wanted to become a doctor, or an engineer, or an architect or something else. There was no end to the list. Neither was there an end to the judgments of the society around our aspirations.

I remember when I was in grade 7 a teacher once asked the whole class about our ambitions. When it was my turn, I said I wanted to become a model. And everyone started to laugh. I was asked if I loved wearing short cloths and showing off my body to other men. Remember, I was only 13 and for me modeling was only ramp walking wearing those expensive outfits with loads of makeup which I always loved…

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Be Grateful Everyday

A great post by a dear friend and fellow blogger, resonate with it and thought of sharing with you all….

Be Inspired..!!

Gratitude promotes optimism and helps us to develop a more positive outlook. It lets us pause for a moment to reflect on something we have in our life right now instead of always striving for more, the next goal, the new dress, the new toy, the new car, or the house renovation.

Gratitude is simply cultivating a genuine appreciation for what we already have. And we have a lot! I’m sure you’ll agree that most of us actually have far more material “things” than we really need. So here are a list of thing that we take for granted when we should be grateful for them in our lives :

  • The air you breathe. When the pollution levels soaring high in my city, Delhi late last year, I could not come to terms with how ungrateful I was when we had clean air and skies. Since then, I have decided…

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