Monthly Archives: December 2010

Passive Spectators

This piece is being written just a few days after a sessions court in Raipur convicted a human rights activist and physician, Dr Binayak Sen to life imprisonment on charges of sedition. Dr Sen, an alumnus of the Christian Medical … Continue reading

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Reality Bytes

I posted a status update on Facebook, a while ago, which said “I can handle anything God gives me. I may not handle it well, but will handle it.” I think that it was a fairly accurate portrayal of where … Continue reading

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Independent or Dependent ??

I strongly believe and strictly follow the tag line of a social worker that states, ‘Help a person to help themselves’. Sometimes it becomes too difficult to understand the exact meaning of this phrase and many a times a social … Continue reading

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Spaces of Healing

The Christian Medical Association of India is a network bringing together many protestant and orthodox mission hospitals in India for the sharing of resources, learnings, etc. One of the things they do is to observe a healing ministry week every … Continue reading

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Shades of grey

(picture courtesy: http://www.emanuelfernandes.com) It’s a conversation I’m constantly part of at the moment. Despite having it continually reaffirmed I seem blissfully unaware, or at least quite prepared to forget, that life is generally less governed by strict adherence to rules … Continue reading

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