What Einstein Did When He was Young

What did Einstein do when he was young? Before he became the living definition of what we call a Genius? Imagine that Einstein, who must have been a child once, a child with little hands, and a little head lit … Continued

The Teacher/Mentor Every Student Loves

Teaching children is arguably the most joyful of professions on the planet. It is certainly among the most challenging too. Every teacher worth his/her salt is constantly innovating and most happy to discover better and more effective ways of teaching … Continued

The Extraordinary Intern

    These lines aptly sum up Zahra’s journey with Touching Lives. Not that she was an aimless wanderer before she joined Touching Lives. She had goals and was academically strong. By the time she finished graduation she already knew … Continued

A Rendezvous with the After-School Mentors

    “And the Little Prince broke into a lovely peal of laughter, which irritated me very much. I like my misfortunes to be taken seriously.” Antoine de Saint Exupery in The Little Prince We do this, don’t we? We … Continued

The Rain Meditation

Our wait for the rains is long over, and Mumbai is finally drenched in the monsoon showers. This means many things to many people- dancing in the rain, jumping in the puddles, umbrellas, traffic jams, train delays, or hot chai … Continued

How can You be a Friend and a Mentor at the Same Time- A Pathway to keep the Innocence in the Relationship Intact

All the relationships in our lives have a pinch of friendship in it. The only difference lies is in dissolving. In certain relationships friendship dissolves and becomes evident quickly but in varied relationships, friendship stirs layer by layer. A mentor … Continued

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