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We are finally back home after what feels like forever. It has been a major turning point travel of our lives for many reasons that I'll be covering in the days to come. Before the overwhelming thoughts of the events of the past one month dilute my concentration, let me share the important updates many …

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Kal Ho Na Ho

I am very nervous. I can feel my feet go cold, my will go shaky with a rhythmic rise and fall of pangs of anxiety. The present is blurred in tears and future fogged with endless worries. With my mother being diagnosed with breast cancer, our life and plans for a secure future have fallen …

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