I came to my office this morning after one hour of exercise at YMCA. Feel very fresh. Thank you for re-sending Charan uncle’s kind words and encouragement. It is already 10 years since we moved to Atlanta. Our life journey in both Edmonton and Atlanta are memorable.
Please convey our loving wishes to Charan uncle and family.
Have a wonderful day.
Your loving daughter
I met Somayya Kasani about two years ago and was deeply impressed with his commitment to the values of inclusion, sharing and social justice. He is outspoken and a person of convictions.
Then I met Mrs. Kasani – a wonderful, soft spoken and extremely caring person. Then I met Aparna and Kamalesh Babu and their children Vikram & Vinod, and since then our relations from being acquaintances have developed into friendships.
On meeting Aparna I was amazed how Somayya and Mrs. Kasani have successfully instilled their values in her – the love of learning, humanity and compassion – and blending both East and West in their lives.
During the last 12 years both Aparna and Kamalesh Babu have touched many lives and have a large number of friends. And, they are also committed to using their talents for improving the lives of others through their research in pharmaceutical sciences.
Both of them are scientists in their own right, are published authors of many research papers, and are highly respected individuals. They are certainly very special people.
To such individuals, geographical or national boundaries are meaningless. They are citizens of the world. Alberta and Atlanta are just next door to each other, and I know they would treasure their Edmonton’s sweet memories and stay connected with each one of us in Edmonton.
Lord Buddha said, “ In whom love dwells the world is but one family”. Aparna and Kamalesh Babu, you have made us all proud.G
I have created this spot on the web to record some of the letters written by my parents to us, their children. Their letters / email communications have been a blend of many things derived from their experiences and from their extensive reading and interactions with people around them.
Though the content of the blog is purely personal messages relating to the writers and their wards, I believe they may be of use to others. I also believe that there is no thick boundary line between individual and social thinking. And it may also be not uncommon that social thinking becomes individual thinking and vice-versa.
I greatly appreciate various artists whose work I am making use of in making this blog.