Dexter’s good morning 


Hmm... We're up a bit earlier then usual. The little furry brother seems to be doing his usual thing and I can hear Him doing the stuff he always does when I wake up. That means it will be time to go soon. Ah, here He is. I'll watch Him to make sure I don't... Continue Reading →

Review of The Martian by Andy Weir


The Martian by Andy Weir My rating: 5 of 5 stars This book was a great surprise. The character is well developed and the story flows smoothly. The narrative is funny, witty and smart.Andy Weir does a great job bringing science to the reader in an intelligent, well researched and detailed way. It makes this... Continue Reading →

Review of On the Trail of Genghis Khan: An Epic Journey Through the Land of the Nomads by Tim Cope


On the Trail of Genghis Khan: An Epic Journey Through the Land of the Nomads by Tim Cope My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is a long and fascinating tale of adventure, history and culture. Tim Cope delivers an exciting story, that at some points can be almost fiction, about his ride from Mongolia... Continue Reading →

Adolescent fears and opportunity training


Dexter will be 7 months in a few days and he has been going through normal adolescent moods, fears and tests. One of the things I started noticing is that he is afraid and unsure of carts, baby carriages and similar wheeled objects. Despite of me introducing him to these things in his earlier age,... Continue Reading →

Meditation: The First and Last Freedom by Osho


Meditation: The First and Last Freedom by Osho My rating: 5 of 5 stars As most of Osho's books, this one is an easy read. What sets it apart is it's delivery of Osho's foundational philosophy of meditation. The details and descriptions of all of Osho meditations build up to his general view on meditation... Continue Reading →

Dexter had his own plans this morning! Lesson on flexibility in training.


I had big plans for the morning walk with Dexter. We were suppose to do a tracking exercise, some obedience and tug play. Oh, and maybe we work on some healing. So, tracking done, I am ready to do some obedience work and BAM!!! Dexter decides that the only thing he cares about this morning... Continue Reading →

Sikkim reflections 2


The mountains float in the sky. As I walked to the rock, I could see only a mist on both sides. I sat in silence for some time as the morning chilled my hands and the sun warmed my back. Slowly, taking her time, she came out to greet the morning sun. Kanchenjunga and her... Continue Reading →

Osho experience … Ying and Yang “The Dynamic Duo”


This post is dedicated to my Dynamic Duo, Ying and Yang.They were my companion spirts in Pune.Yang is the white boy and Ying is the black girl. They are both of a special breed ... Indian Street Terrier.They escorted me every morning to Dynamic meditation. As I would come out to walk the North Main road,... Continue Reading →

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