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The Purple Shawl

My heart was flying high as I was dancing on a garden.There were lots of flowers – beautiful, of course,and I was quite sure that the flowers were smiling and leaves clapping for me.These flowers and … Read More»

Help needed

I breathed in air; she breathed in the air. She walked over a bridge; I walked over the bridge. We walked together over the bridge to catch up our Math class at 7am. … Read More»

My teachers are my heros

My teachers are my heros. There is not only one name. The teachers who taught me in school, college and university – these are my heros. I have deep respect towards my teachers. … Read More»

VOF - A Spectacle to Clear my Life-Vision

Here is the truth - I do not have a distinct vision in my life yet. I am still in the process of learning what interests me. … Read More»

Change is to happen!

Creating change is far more difficult, but not impossible, than we think. I remember when I was in Grade eight, I had thought of helping my smoker community members to turn into non-smokers. … Read More»

Pulsewire → VOF → my vision

The first day I arrived in Bangladesh – that’s from where my journey to Worldpulse began. … Read More»

Connected through the wire!

The first class of ‘Voices of our future’ about Web 2.0 is very exciting to me. … Read More»

No Change!!

Having resided in Bangladesh for eleven months, I went to my home-country, Nepal. There was happiness and urgency in me to see hills and mountains, to visit temples and shrines, and to feel the air. … Read More»

Life is not fair at all!

Two sperms and two ova fuse to form two embryos. The structures of these embryos are similar, but they have a slight difference in their genetic materials. … Read More»

A daughter can’t be a son….

My mother’s daughter was a son for my uncle and aunt. I……. I was their son until they gave birth to their own son about two years ago. … Read More»


I would have never realized about the value of a handful of mud if I hadn’t left my country, Nepal. I try to remember the instant right at the departure from my country, I had cried. … Read More»

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