In- Dependence

  As India completes 70 years of independence, we see a surge of great enthusiasm racing across the nation, evoking thoughts of Independence from foreign rule coupled with the pride of being an Indian. ‘Happy Independence Day’ hashtags and pictures were being circulated on Twitter, Facebook, TV Channels and WhatsApp.…

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SOBS AND SMILES

  Nelson curled up on his warm, cozy bed his mother made herself comfortable in the easy chair just beside his bed.  After finishing their dinner, they chatted with each other.  Just like any other night, Nelson was curious. He loved to hear bedtime stories from his mother. Leema, his…

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Freedom

  They say we have freedom We can do what we want They say we have freedom To speak how we feel But how is it freedom To be judged for our deeds And persecuted for speaking Revealing our thoughts How is it freedom To fear being called strange To…

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GREENS for Thought

 “The human race is challenged more than ever before to demonstrate our mastery, not over nature but of ourselves.”- Rachel Carson We always thought it innocuous spraying air fresheners in our living rooms, spreading chemicals to ward off pests in our gardens, or showering sprays on weeds to get rid…

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Editor’s Desk

  Resurgence is rising or tending to rise again. According to the Christian view, it is closely associated with ‘revival’. The word “revival” is from the Hebrew word chayah and means “to bring back to life,” to “restore to consciousness,” or to “restore to a previous condition.” As used in…

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POP at Woodcot, Kurseong

The three Zones comprising of the North, West and Central Zone experienced an “Arrupe Month” or as we coin it ‘the Pre-Ordination Programme’ from the 19 April, 2017 to the 18 May, 2017 at Woodcot, Kurseong. Under the hospitality of the Darjeeling Jesuits and the fatherly care by Br. Gabriel…

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