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Category Archives: Compassion Stories

Silence Is Truly Golden : By Panchavan Parivendan

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Photo Courtesy of Adhi Rachdian When we think of great leaders, we always assume that they must be able to speak; able to stir the masses. But, a true leader does not say much. He does not command with his words but by his actions. I know a man – a great man in the southern […]

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My Brother: By TS

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  As a child I grew up with my younger brother having Lowe’s Syndrome. He was in a wheelchair for half of his lifetime and was able to learn how to walk. He loved to sing his favorite song: the peanut butter and jelly song that his school had taught him. He was very popular […]

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Like a good neighbour … : By Satish Sachdeva

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There is nothing quite like growing vegetables in your very own backyard. The subtle play between the reds, yellows, and greens as a plant sprouts out its precious gift to the world. The blending of hues and shades, the changing of forms and shapes, as you painstakingly nurture something from  the earth itself… Again, there […]

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Surf Boarding : By Naveen Jain

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Santa Cruz has recently become my family’s go-to place for jogging. The weather is usually very pleasant and the salty air from the ocean is so refreshing when I am on the ocean side trail that that goes along the shore from Santa Cruz Boardwalk to the Tri state beach. Most of the time, we see […]

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Flight Time : By Naveen Jain

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Last year in December, my family and I went to Los Cabos, Mexico for vacation. We chose to go there because it was a short 3 hours flight from San Jose, where we live. We were not sure if Paras, my autistic 11 year old son, could handle long flights. pharmacy Recently, he had become […]

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