Monthly Archives: September 2010

Women, Stereotypes and Significance!

When I first started working I succumbed, like most people do, to finding my significance in the expected. The world expects a woman to find her significance in her job, in the abundance of materiality (aside from what the men … Continue reading

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Comings and Goings

I held my first job 26 years ago and that is quite a while ago. Since then, I have held several jobs and the current job is my 9th. Except on two occasions, I remember my boss’ pained expression when … Continue reading

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Marching off the map

Oasis India is changing and there are many things about change that are frightening and can unnerve even the one who is initiating it and that of course in many ways is me. The main reason for my fear and … Continue reading

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To be served and to serve

I was out at dinner last night with the family and we had ordered 2 plates of chicken lollipop. The first plate arrived and disappeared and as the other dishes were served, we did not remember the second plate, which … Continue reading

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A call to act

‘I have to find out more about this’ was the first thought that popped into my head after watching the movie ‘Slum Dog Millionaire’ back in 2008. It was tagged as the ‘Feel-good hit of the summer’ in the UK … Continue reading

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Stepping out of the comfort zone

(picture courtesy – motivationalplus.com/) Been in India for almost 4 months now and each day has taught me something new. I have many memorable experiences. My eyes have been opened and my heart softened by what I have seen. Bangalore … Continue reading

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