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Women As Agents of Change by Kay S - Author of "Unfinished"

Women As Agents of Change "Woman is a full circle…Within her is the power to create, nurture, and transform." The above quote explains in a very apt manner the capability of a woman who I feel can be the epitome of a perfect agent to bring out a change in any sphere of life.  For centuries, a woman has been the main pillar, albeit an invisible and unrecognized one, behind many success stories that have been an eye opener in this world.  Many of us seem to live abysmally forgetting all those strong women who have naturally been entrepreneurial and the main cause for the birth and success of many entrepreneurs of this world.  It might indeed be a cliché when I say that every mother, grandmother, or great-grandmother in our families have been successful in their own respects.  Women by nature are good at nurturing positive attitudes, fiscal management, problem solving, teamwork, loyalty, commitment, marketing, multitasking, organization of tasks, and enhancement o

Rendezvous with Arts & Theatre

Rendezvous with Arts & Theatre   “Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.” - Thomas Merton The above statement could not be more apt and true at a time when there is so much of unrest and dissatisfaction in every sphere of one’s life across the world.   Having said this, I would like to take you through a journey I personally traveled in my life, which might enable you to get an insight on the fact that is stated so aptly above. First and foremost, let me give you a background of who I am, what I do, and what I have come to discover at this moment in my life.   My rendezvous with the fine arts seems to have started literally in my mother’s womb, what with her being a PhD in Hindi literature with degrees in Tamil & English literature.   Even as a child, I was fascinated with the Urdu language which was the language of choice in all Hindi films and especially the lyrics in the songs of that era.   I remember sitting down to ask my mot