Never Letting Go
Never Letting Go, by Mark Anthony, Oxford educated attorney and psychic medium, begins with the words, "When you die, you really don't. The body may cease to function, but the soul is an immortal living spirit that continues to exist beyond physical life." Starting with this information, and continuing throughout his book, Mark Anthony gives the reader information that can help bring peace of mind and healing to those who are grieving the loss of a loved one.
This book helps others on their journey through grief. In this book the author describes faith as the most important tool for healing grief. Many of us would have tried to cope up with the feelings of loneliness and abandonment some or the other times in our lives. This book helps us understand that we are never alone spiritually. When someone dies, the relationship with that person is transformed from physical to spiritual.
It is enlightening, comforting, and inspiring for anyone and everyone who is searching for a message of hope after losing a loved one.
Reviewed by :Ankita Parashar
Category : Daals and curries
Servings : 2
Time Taken : 15-30 mins
1. In a pan, heat 1/2 tsp oil, temper it with mustard seeds, cumin, chillies, black lentils (urad dal) until the mustard starts spluttering.
2. Then add garlic, onions, carrots and tomatoes along with salt, asafoetida and turmeric. Saute them until soft.
3. Add the lentils, saute for 2-3 minutes
4. Add 2 cups water along with curry leaves, close the lid and let the lentils cook for about 10-15min until soft.
5. If the gravy gets too thick, add more water as per the consistency required.
6. Meanwhile toast the almonds until aromatic - You can do it either in an oven or use a skillet.
7. Grind the coconut along with little water and add it to the cooked lentils.
8. Cook for another 2-5 minutes and garnish with cilantro and almonds.
Servings : 4
Time Taken : 30-45 mins
1. Boil dal in a pressure cooker. Remove. Churn lightly.
2. Add chilli paste, peas, tomatoes, curry leaves, coconut, turmeric powder and salt. Boil once. Heat oil. Add mustard seeds, red chillies and garlic.
3. Brown and pour over dal. Serve with rice.
1 cup tuvar dal (red gram dal)
1 tsp. green chilli paste
1/2 tsp. turmeric powder
1/2 cup cooked green peas
2 tomatoes, chopped
5 curry leaves
2 cloves garlic, chopped
2 red chillies
2 tbsp. oil
2 tbsp. fresh coconut, grated
2 tbsp. coriander leaves, chopped
1 tsp. mustard seeds
Salt to taste
Feel the Future
Increasing prices of Petrol
When petrol prices are increasing then the manufacturing of petrol cars will be reduced. And battery cars will be introduced. An alternate of petrol would be found out to overcome the situation.
Problem of petrol in our country is increasing day by day. Exploration of petrol is very less in our country and we import it from outside to fulfill our needs. If petrol prices will not be regulated on time than it would be very hard for a normal family to survive.
Prices of petrol are touching sky in today’s time and if it remains the same than living will be very difficult.
Economic condition of our country will be in bad situation if fuel prices will go high continuously. In future people will prefer to go on foot instead of vehicle.
-Ramkrishan Paliya, PHE V
India’s Export and import will be affected by this kind of situation.
Common man face the problem when this kind of situation will happen as common man have not too much disposable income or any other source of income to overcome on the increasing fuel prices.
If demand of fuel will increase than people will try out new ways of exploration to fulfill the gap of demand and supply. All machines which are running from petrol will remain idle and people will be unemployed.
People will use bicycle in future instead of vehicle if prices will hike regularly in the same manner as we are seeing today.