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Turning Point in Life

Articles about Turning Point in Life written by Indian writers.

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A Daughter Remembers - by Radha Bantwal When a parent dies, the sense of loss is visceral......... Continue reading.

Beyond Boundaries-The World of children - by Sneha Subramanian Kanta
Each one of us I am sure encounters a ‘turning point’ in life at sometime or the other........ Continue reading.

An Eye Opener - by Rita George

Our maid, the woman whom we called Ajji fondly, came as an eye opener in my life........... Continue reading.

A Gift from God - By Stella Satish

I was an ordinary woman, happy and content with my life...... Continue reading.







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Turning Point - An Eye Opener 
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A silent source of inspiration 
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Still Living... 
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