(Note: this one is more like a what-I-was-reading-and-just-forgot-to-post) I also feel like I should explain these excerpts; I've chosen to share them because it highlights the prevalent opinion of the Indian community about marriage and its sanctity. 'You aren't happy in your marriage? Well bloody well adjust because you're a woman' is the general consensus, … Continue reading What I’m reading #5
Book: The Liar Author: Stephen Fry Excerpt: '...I'm talking about love! You know what it does to me? It shrinks my stomach, doesn't it, Tom? It pickles my guts, yeah. But what does it do to my mind? It tosses the sandbags overboard so the balloon can soar. Suddenly I'm above the ordinary. I'm competent, … Continue reading What I’m reading #4
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is the story of Bilbo Baggins and his adventures in Middle Earth. I read the book after I read, and saw, the Lord of the Rings series. I remember when I read the books thinking that The Hobbit was an easier and quicker read than LOTR. So when the news broke that it would be broken … Continue reading The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey review
The following image from http://www.postsecret.com When I saw this post, I started thinking about those who deny the existence of special needs in their children, and withhold from them the opportunity to get any therapy that might be needed. I've come across those who are offended at the idea that their child might have "something … Continue reading Accept the difference. Don’t ignore it.