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Musings on friendship, love and peace

Kathmandu, Nepal, "Lovely friend of this world Kamala," my friend Sunita sent me these words by email. "Whenever you allow yourself to feel the extreme of love and the extreme of peace, pain and sorrow will be wiped out. My words will provide you a place as the morning breeze does. This is the foundation of love and peace."

This part of the long email sent by Sunita suddenly increased the beatings of my heart. I wonder how it is that love sent through an email can play such a… Continue

Added by kamala b sarup on January 26, 2009 at 11:56 — No Comments

Older people are being neglected

The world celebrated the International Day of Older Persons on Oct. 1. But many older people still don’t receive the love, respect and recognition that they should.

I am getting training at a local hospital these days. The majority of people there are very old, around 85 years of age. They are alone. They are sick. I listen to them. One lady, Rita, had a degree in music and dance; she died this morning.

She was old and sick. She tried to make her life known. She told me… Continue

Added by kamala b sarup on January 24, 2009 at 11:07 — 1 Comment

Recollecting Mahatma Gandhi's work

Recollecting Mahatma Gandhi's work

I lived in New Delhi, India, for more than three years while completing my studies and learning dance, music and writing. I had two purposes in being there: to do research in journalism and literature and to work for newspapers and the media. Nepal and India have a similar culture, and these days I actually find myself missing India, and, above all, Mahatma… Continue

Added by kamala b sarup on January 23, 2009 at 11:03 — No Comments

Mahatma Gandhi and peace

Mahatma Gandhi is greatly respected as one who championed non-violent action. He re-wrote the meaning of forgiveness, non-violence and love by adopting peaceful means to fight for rights.

With peace as a weapon of action, with forgiveness as a means towards love, he defeated violence and fought for the freedom of the oppressed and marginalized communities under British rule in India and in South Africa. The meaning of peace is to offer happiness.

He stared at peace and his… Continue

Added by kamala b sarup on January 20, 2009 at 17:54 — No Comments

Reading Shakespeare

Reading Shakespeare

Kathmandu, Nepal, — William Shakespeare's work revolves around love, life, failure, conflict and companionship. No wonder he is hailed as one of the greatest poet and writer of all times.

The play 'Romeo Juliet' has a feeling of love and desire while the theme of love, humanity, sacrifice and companionship is permanent. It is the play where the Juliet character desires to be with her love Romeo. Juliet's feelings and promises, made for love is… Continue

Added by kamala b sarup on January 20, 2009 at 1:39 — No Comments

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