Ramya is exploring the strength of stories, with a belief that stories help us learn and grow and motivate us to live joyous and more fulfilled lives.
She is working on a platform of stories called The Bright Lamp (https://www.facebook.com/thebrightlamp) through which she envisions doing her part in motivating others. Her storytelling journey can be followed at 'The Bright Lamp Storytells' (https://www.facebook.com/thebrightlampstorytells).
She is rediscovering life through her twin children with a new vigour. Trying to live a fulfilling life one breath, one step, one day at a time.
“I know they’re right and you, my friend, are right too, there’s magic, I just needed to believe and look for it. I’ll see you soon!”
Endometriosis: A good part of my life I've spent with you, and spent fearing you. But is that it?
I wish that everyone who is not at home, is back home soon too. And I will come back to you. When you're back, can we go and see the flamingos Amma?
A woman remembers her dear grandmother, whom she knew as brave and strict, but who was also vulnerable and complex in ways that were hard to understand back then.
Whether you are family, a friend, or a stranger who comes in contact with someone’s pain, it's important to learn to respond to pain in an empathetic manner.
As parents, we make sure we model and teach gender equality to our twins, a boy and a girl, who are being bombarded with sexist messages from society.
Today is the birth anniversary of Dr. Rukhmabai Raut. If you’ve seen the Google Doodle today, it pays a beautiful ode to India’s first practicing woman doctor.
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