Food For Soul

Benoy Badal Dinesh

There are stories which never become a part of daily folklore. I often hear such stories from my grandfather. These stories come back to me only during my darkest hours. These are the stories of heroes who never made it big, who are forgotten in the sands of time.

Colleges and society

Submitted by souravroy on Thu, 04/21/2011 - 10:18

It is said that if all is well with the colleges, all will be well with the society. I am sure you will agree with me, that all is not well with our society today. Hence the conclusion is inevitable that all is not well with our colleges. It is one thing for the colleges to reflect the social reality. What is more desirable is that the college should be an agent of change in the society. In a positive and dynamic way. In a fulfilling way.

Why we are born?

Submitted by amitsedai on Thu, 04/15/2010 - 20:51

When we say something is born or created , it means that there was a point in time when that thing was born/created. We have been seeing as a natural consequence, what is born has to die. Death or destruction is a natural consequence of whatever that was born or created. This also marks that in both death and birth happens at some time. Time is involved in both consequences.

A skit on Blood Donation...

Submitted by Pramod on Mon, 03/15/2010 - 12:49

Normally, given a theme, I have been able to develop a story around it. However, this time, although, I have wanted to write a story revolving around blood from a long time, I found it really difficult to come up with one. For the very reason is; most of our stories have villains and I was just not able to figure out, who will play villain in my story?

The master-student bond

Submitted by souravroy on Thu, 02/18/2010 - 11:55

There have been long debates on the problems with the Indian education system. Through some of my earlier posts I too have mentioned my opinion on the issue. All said and done, then why is the change not happening? Why doesn’t the student directly start questioning the teacher? Why is the ice not broken yet?

Non-violence Parenting

Submitted by souravroy on Wed, 12/16/2009 - 14:22

An interesting anecdote which ideates a simple perspective that could probably change the way we think....

Non-violence parenting:

Dr. Arun Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi and founder of the M.K. Gandhi Institute for Non-violence, in his June 9 lecture at the University of Puerto Rico , shared the following story as an example of "non-violence in parenting":

Do You Know How To Relax

Submitted by Jayesh on Wed, 11/18/2009 - 11:21

THIS MORNING I overslept. I spent the weekend teaching a workshop on the East Coast and then caught a flight home that landed at midnight. By the time I collected my luggage, got to my car and drove home it was 2 a.m. I didn’t mind. I still felt exhilarated from the workshop and the happy, joyful response, which emanated from the people who attended. Their love carried me home on such a vibrational high I didn’t feel tired at all. That is until the alarm clock went off at 7 a.m.

A Story showing the need of blood and importance of blood donation.

Rakta Kranti Schools awareness program ensures that learning and fun comes together. When it is time for the children to show case their talents and knowledge of what they have grasped of the importance of voluntary blood donation, one of the students had this to say.

NAME: Muhammad Sajid Ali
CLASS: 10
SCHOOL: Rajarajeshwari English school

Topic: A Story showing the need of blood and importance of blood donation.

Path of Excellence

Submitted by Jayesh on Mon, 08/24/2009 - 22:51

I am writing the blog after a long time. A lot had happened from last time I wrote one and this one. Life is not a same, as it is never. Lot of thing changed. Some towards betterment and some still on a way of improvement. What made me to write this blog is learning in this time. This blog is one of my lesson which i had always knew but never understood.