I used to get so many emails connected to surveys to fill out every month, and in most cases I take time to complete them. The political surveys are interesting.
Recently the world’s largest democratic country, India, finished a marathon election, which started on 11th April and ended 19th May. There are 900 million eligible voters out of almost 1.4 billion people.
As I read about Abraham, Moses, Jesus and Muhammed, the well-known prophets, I find all of them were depicted as humans and surprisingly all of them originated in the desert lands of the Middle East.
So many things happen in the world every moment, it is hard to track unless you are affected by them. I heard of “government shutdown” for the last several decades but never thought seriously what it meant.
Every life matters.
Long ago, Bedouin tribes used to roam around most of the middle eastern countries. They rode camels and moved place to place in the deserts for oasis and food. They carried swords and used to kill animals and even humans of other tribes.
To me life is just a drop of water on a floating lotus leaf.
Glasnost and perestroika.
During 1980s these were the two common words flying around the then-Soviet Union.