Sarosh Zaiwalla gets Lifetime Achievement Award

Sarosh Zaiwalla, founder and senior partner of the internationally renowned law firm Zaiwalla and Company LLP has been presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Society of Asian Lawyers (SAL) in the UK.

The biggest BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) lawyers’ society in the UK representing over 2,000 members, SAL constitutes partners in high profile city firms, leading barristers and Queen’s Counsels, in-house advocates, solicitors, legal executives, solicitor trainees, pupil barristers, students and employees in legal organizations.

Photo: Zaiwalla (center) with SAL president Ranjit Sond (left)

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Courtesy :  Parsiana

Dr Peshotan Katrak receives Australia Day honours

Dr Peshotan Katrak – Rehab Physician and head priest receives Australia Day honours

Dr Katrak was honoured for his significant service to rehabilitation medicine, to medical education and to the Zoroastrian community in Sydney as their high priest.

Born in Mumbai in 1944, he received his MD from Mumbai University, MRCP in London and then completed training in the specialty of Rehabilitation Medicine (FAAPMR) from California, USA. He migrated to Australia in 1975 with post-graduate qualifications from three continents.

It was the fourth continent – Australia – which brought him greatest satisfaction in personal and professional circles. Married to Shernaz he is the father of two sons, Sohrab and Arash. Peshotan was among the pioneers of Rehabilitation Medicine in Australia. “At that time there were only a handful of fully qualified specialists as there was no program for young doctors in this field in Australia”, he said.

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For the interest of our readers we add a tribute by our ex-Karachiite Hohang Sohrabji Bhandara who now lives in Australia: “I had an industrial accident in 1997 and was hospitalised for over three months, and was very depressed. One morning I saw this gentleman sitting next to my bed and he introduced himself and made me feel very easy. He assisted me throughout the time I was in hospital, and sent me to one best rehab. His presence and words were enough. Dr Peshotan, you did not know me and wonder how you came to know about me, but you came as an Angel in disguise. I will never forget you as long as I live. God bless you and your family.”

Courtesy : What’s On – Karachi

Dr Nergis Mavalvala becomes first recipient of Lahore Technology Award

Fumbling, stumbling, grumbling, lost in the world of physics and walking on the unplanned paths, Professor Nergis Mavalvala from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) was able to solve the centuries old mystery about gravitational waves.

“I used to repair bicycles and did hours long chemistry concoction in Karachi. My first forays of research were in college time when I got to know there is a whole field of science where I could pursue my career,” she said.

Dr Nergis Mavalvala is a professor of astrophysics and head of physics department at MIT . She is a Parsi celebrity scientist. Mavalvala is best known for her role in first observation of gravitational waves, the team in which she was working also got the Nobel Prize in Physics.

She delivered a lecture on ‘The Warped Universe: hundreds years quest to detect gravitational waves, Ligo and Virgo Collaborations’ at Arfa Software Technology Park on Sunday. She was awarded first ‘Lahore Technology Award’ institutionalised by the Syndicate of Information Technology University (ITU) on her discovery of gravitational waves.

She was born in Lahore and raised in Karachi.

In her lecture Dr Nergis narrated in a story style about the warped universe, discussing the cosmic address, story of the exploded black holes, explaining gravity messages, device to measure detectable gravitational waves. A large number of audience took keen interest in her scientific observations.

She said the journey of gravitational waves starting from Newton and reached at its optimal level in the time of Einstein. She said through the discovery on the gravitational waves we will be solving some of the unsolved mysteries of the universe.

It was a time when you think, gravitational waves are faint and they ripple of space-time travelling at the speed of light. They even stretch and compress space-time itself.

She mentioned that detector Ligo and Virgo are not only two detectors in the world, there are three in Italy and a 3km detector is under construction in Japan.

With the advancement in physics, Einstein’s General Relatively theory seems to be correct that black holes exist and they even form pairs, she said.

“But there are puzzles too. How does nature makes heavy black holes and how they form pairs is still a question,” Dr Mavalvala said.

The recent discovery has solved some of the mysteries too like heavy metals like gold and platinum are formed in neutron star and mergers.

She said with using gravity alone or with light a new tool for unimagined new discoveries in universe can be unearth.

ITU Vice Chancellor Dr Umar Saif said in his welcoming remarks that Pakistan does not have major academic award to acknowledge and celebrate the services of Pakistani scientists.

“Lahore Technology Award first recipient sets the bar extremely high and signaled what we believe is a befitting example to emulate for Pakistani scientists,” he added.

“Lahore Technology Award backed by $30,000 is a token of gesture to our distinguished guest.”

The example of Dr Nergis would encourage more female to come forward to offer distinctive services in the field of technology, he said


The 101 on Fitness Trainer Sohrab Khushrushahi’s Sohfit

The best gym in Mumbai could very well be your playground. At least that’s what fitness trainer and self-confessed enthusiast Sohrab Khushrushahi believes. He launched Sohfit in October with the clear objective of making your average gym workouts fun.

Khushrushahi gave up a thriving career practicing law, for his love of fitness. He left the glassy confines of leading law firms such as Linkalaters (Singapore) and Trilegal (Mumbai) to strike out on his own, and start afresh.

For his bootcamps he chooses classic playground games, and weaves in an element of exercise. So a regular game of ‘Catch and Cook’ or ‘Dog and the Bone’ ends with the loser doing 15 burpees or squats. Though his brand was officially launched last month, he’s been helping his friends achieve their fitness goals for almost a year now – one of whom remarkably went from 80 kg on the scale to 56 kg.

“For me, it’s always been about having fun. You can’t be stressed about that one hour you spend in the gym. A lot of people treat it as a chore,” he says. His personal tryst with fitness began at 12 years of age, when he started training for cricket and he hasn’t looked back since.

Anywhere between Bandra and South Mumbai. You sign up for sessions closer to home, at the nearest gym, or join his bootcamp at Shiamak Davar’s studio in Mahalaxmi.

Bootcamp, Rs 750 per session (if you sign up for a month). Reach him at +91 8355-817-453 or visit

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The renowned Parsi artists contributed to the theatre and Indian Film Industry.

The theatre is blended with Indian culture for such an extended period. You’ll be amazed to know that Indian theatre has started near about 5000 years back and since then so many talented actors and actresses have given outstanding performances on this platform. Various Parsi actors and actresses are noted on this list. They have made an invaluable contribution to Indian Theatre and Hindi film industry.

Source: Indian Express

The development of the Indian theatre is primarily divided into two parts, the classic period and the modern period. The classic time is known up to 1000 A.D. Now we are standing in this modern era or the age of Bollywood. But the British had significant influence in Indian theatre. In the 1850s a small community of great Parsi actor and actresses started acting Shakespearean plays in India. The dance and the song become so popular that they began to perform the same act in Hindi, Gujarati, and Urdu.

So today we are going to explore the distinguished Parsi actors and actresses who have contributed to the theatre and movie since long.

Boman Irani

Boman Irani is one of the most accomplished actors in Bollywood. With his most unusual and compelling roles, he has proved that you can achieve your dreams anytime in your life. Boman was born on 2 December 1959, and before getting success, he struggled a lot in his life. His mother encouraged him a lot to watch films. When he was in school, he went to the Alexander cinema to watch movie regularly. Very few people know that Boman is not only an excellent actor but also a competent photographer and a skilled vocal artist and singer. People got surprised when came to know that this multi-talented person once sold sports pictures just to earn twenty to thirty rupees per day. But today he has already proved that dreams can be real if you have that patience and passion towards achieving your goal.


He started his career in theatre. And in 2000 he made his first debut with the film ‘Everybody says I am fine.’ He proved his versatility by playing so many different characters like Jolly LLB, Khosla Ka Ghosla, Three Idiots, Ferrari Ki Sawaari and a lot more. Last but not the least how can we forget Dr. Asthana from the hilarious movie Munna Bhai M.B.B.S? This Parsi actor will always remain in our heart because of his spectacular performances.

Kurush Deboo

Another versatile Parsi actor Kurush Deboo was born in Mumbai on 12th September 1963. He is not only a great artist but also counted as one of the well-educated actors of Bollywood. At first, he completed his Graduation in Commerce in Commerce in 1984. After that, he did his Post Graduation in Advertising and Marketing from Xavier’s Institute of Communications, Mumbai. On the very next year, in 1987 he completed his Diploma in Marketing Management from Mumbai University. Before his debut in Bollywood, he also finished the diploma in acting in 1988.

This talented Parsi actor made his debut with the film “Percy.” Soon after his first appearance, he got the recognition of the Best Actor in National Awards. But he had become a celebrity after playing the role of Dr. Rustom Pavri in “Munnabhai MBBS.” With his extraordinary performance, he won many hearts and proved his versatility as an artist. Apart from that, he performed in various other films like “Apne,” “Kasoor,”  “Page 3”, “Taxi No.9211”, etc.

Dinyar Contractor

Dinyar Contractor, the famous multi-talented personality, was born on 23 January 1946. He was not only an excellent actor but also a successful stage performer and a great comedian. Dinyar is also acclaimed as a renowned theatre artist. He acted in various Gujarati as well as Hindi theatres. Later on, in 1966 he started working in Hindi films and impressed everyone with his witty acting skill.



When Mumbai Doordarshan launched their DD-2 channel, it became one of the most prominent hits. That time this Parsi actor started acting in Gujarati program named Aavo Mari Saathe. Another renowned Parsi theatre artist Adi Marzban also joined him in this program which was exceptionally loved by the audience. Apart from that, no one can forget his magnificent acting in the films Chori Chori Chupke Chupke, Baadshah, 36 China Town, Khiladi and a lot more. Sometimes he appeared on the screen as a Principal, sometimes a Casino Manager or a servant. But every time he proved his versatility in front of the Indian audience. Now, this 71 years actor is much famous for his hilarious performance as Sodhi’s Father-in-Law in Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah.

Adi Marzban

If you are a theatre lover, you must have heard about the Parsi Theatre and the renowned theatre artist Adi Marzban. Nothing can be more exhilarating than the Parsi Theatre which was established in Bombay near about 50 years ago. Though he was an Indian theatre artist, he was a Parsi by birth. That is why acting and the passion was in his blood. This eminent personality was born on 17 April 1914. He was not only an exceptional actor but also a great director, and a celebrated playwright and broadcaster. The government of India was honored him in 1964 with the Padma Shri award.


Source: Mumbai Theatre Guide

This renowned dramatist was also the author of various remarkable plays such as Maasi no Maako, Mazandaran, Makhai Mohoro, etc. Not only that but he was also the founder of two Gujarati newspapers Mumbai Samachar and Jam-e-Jamshed. This unparallel artist acted over 100 plays, and more than 5000 scripts were written by him for the All India Radio. In the year 1970, he also received Sangeet Natak Akademi award. In February 1987 the Indian theatre lost this multi-talented personality. Till now he is ruling many hearts because of his extraordinary performances.


Shammi, a renowned actress of Bollywood, was born on 1931 in a Parsi family. The father of this artist was a priest in a Parsi temple. Her father died when she was just three years old. So to earn money, her mother used to cook in various religious functions. The Parsi communities usually organized these functions.


Source: Beete Hue Din

After a lot of struggles, ups and downs in her life finally she got selected for Begum Para. The producer of this film Mukhtar was very much worried about her Hindi speaking skill that time as she was a Parsi by born. But he got utterly impressed with her because she spoke Hindi like it was her mother language. She is indeed an inspiration because this 84-year-old actress still wants to continue her work on a daily basis. This versatile actress played various impressive roles in the movies like Khuda Gawah, Coolie No 1, The Burning Train, Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi and the number goes on and on.


Remembering Dr. Zinobia Madan


 It has come as a great shock to learn about the untimely demise of Dr. Zinobia Mahiar Madan,a  well known expert in healthcare, Founder  and managing director, ClinOma Healthcare, Honorary  consultant – Lifestyle Medicine, Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre,  A Co-founder of Jiyo Parsi scheme, and above all a good human being,  kind, compassionate always eager and ready to help anyone in distress, or needing care and guidance.

       Giving a helping hand to the poor and suffering is our reason to exist said Zinobia, 


who was very passionate about this social cause. In December 2009 when she met Dr. Shernaz Cama at the 9th World Zoroastrian Congress in Dubai where she presented a paper on ” The medical problems concerning the Parsi Community”, she with Dr. Shernaz Cama conceptualised and planned a scheme to solve the problem of the declining trend in the community.



 She presented a research data of the community and insights into the causes of decline of the Parsi community. After discussion with the infertility expert Dr. Anahita Pandole, a plan was submitted, which was approved by the Ministry and a foundation was laid for a scientifically designed programme ‘Jio Parsi’.

       “Time for Focused Action, Not for Unwarranted Reactions” was the introductory message from Dr. Zinobia.

       Dr. Zinobia was a Mumbai-based expert in healthcare, and had garnered more than 20 years of experience through clinical research, new introduction of healthcare products, teaching, writing and mentoring. In the pharma industry she held key leadership positions as Medical Director of leading multinational pharma companies.



 In recognition of her outstanding contribution to the field of Medical Science & Nutrition, she was awarded MAMS (Membership of The National Academy of Medical Sciences), FIMSA (Fellowship of the International Medical Science Academy) and FICA (Fellowship of the International College of Nutrition). Dr Zinobia Madan was also the recipient of “Rajiv Gandhi Excellence Award for Innovations in Healthcare, 2014” & “Jewel of India Award for Landmark Contributions in Healthcare, 2014”.

She was identified by the Mumbai University as an outstanding Undergraduate to undergo an intensive research training orientation course at National Chemical Laboratory, Pune in Basic and applied Biochemistry related areas pertaining to research orientation in various departments of NCL.



After she was awarded doctorate for her original cardiovascular research work at Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre, she actively pursued a career in the Pharmaceutical Industry, in the Medical Divisions of  leading Pharma companies like Abbott and Wockhardt, in areas of clinical research pertaining to several therapeutic areas, Pharmacology, Nutrition, Medico marketing, Regulatory and Medical Information.

       She was a member of several medical societies in India, and has no less than 30 key publications, some being coauthored with eminent Doctors like G. S. Sainani, G. B. Parulkar and others.


She was a speaker at many national and international forums for increasing awareness on wellness and healthcare.

       In 2010, the Indo- American Society invited Dr. Zinobia to deliver a presentation on “Lifestyle Changes for a Healthy Future”.

       A new leaf in her career opened in the year 2010 when she conceptualised the novel idea of providing quality healthcare for Indian citizens with a lifestyle concept through her organisation, ClinOma healthcare with a focus towards imparting quality and meaningful healthcare to make a significant impact on human life. In the area of pharmacovigilance & Clinical Research ClinOma Dr. Zinobia was Panelist and Chairperson and participated at two forums speaking on Patient Empowerment.



Individuals at this clinic with stress and associated problems like obesity, diabetes, hypertension, gastrointestinal problems, osteoporosis and several others, received care and counselling with a scientific and holistic approach.

       Having a disability should not discourage one from leading a useful life. True to her words, in spite of the crippling disabilities she suffered, she worked till her last breath helping the poor and the suffering making it her reason to exist. She further emphasised, “We need to elevate our souls by shifting our life’s curve more and more towards our positive attitudes & to eliminate all negativity from our life, as this will ultimately give us the satisfaction of having lead a life as per the tenets of our great religion. We must ultimately learn to involve ourselves more in caring for others rather than having an attitude of being self-obsessed, so that our existence will become more and more meaningful.These very words speak of the great emphasis she laid on Service Before Self!


       She further bemoans, ” It is so true and we have live experiences that the greatest wealth in the universe cannot bring back all the lost health or lost happiness. So true for one who had the spirit and the will to rise and excel, but no physical strength to combat.

       “As a good human being how far you go in life, depends on your being gentle with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic to the striving, and tolerant of the weak and the strong.. Because at some juncture in life, you would have been all of those.” These words narrated by her speak a volume about the way she faced the world with rare courage and determination till the end.

       May her soul rest in heavenly bliss and inspire others to tread the path of renunciation and righteousness.

By Piroja Homi Jokhi


NIH Honours Neville Sanjana

Neville Sanjana was recently conferred ‘The New Innovator Award’ as the outstanding Indian American Scientist 2017, by the National Institute of Health (NIH) and its Office of Strategic Coordination’s The Common Fund. Neville is among the seven Indian-American scientists selected for National Institute of Health Awards 2017. A core faculty member at the New York Genome Center and an assistant professor of biology at New York University and of neuroscience and physiology, Neville was selected for his project, ‘In Situ Functional Genomics to Understand Transcriptional Regulation’, which basically utilises new technologies for large-scale DNA synthesis and gene editing which can be applied to gene regulation, cancer evolution and metastasis, drug resistance, cancer immunotherapy, neurodevelopmental disorders and synthetic biology.

Earlier Neville has achieved a doctorate in Brain and Cognitive Sciences from MIT; B.Sc in Symbolic Systems; and a BA in English literature from Stanford University. He has also been a recipient of the ‘Kimmel Scholar’ Award; the ‘Melanoma Research Alliance Young Investigator’ Award; the ‘NIH Pathway to Independence Award’; and the ‘Paul Allen Institute for Brain Science Next Generation Leader’ Award.


Freishia Bomanbehram

With over 10 years of theatre experience, 4 international feature films, 100s of corporate events and dozens of Indian TV commercials to my name, I am blessed to do what I love doing. I’ve had the opportunity to have worked with stars like Shah Rukh Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Sachin Tendulkar, Saif Ali Khan, Kareen Kapoor, Salman Khan, Ajay Devgan, Priyanka Chopra, Shilpa Shetty and Katrina Kaif, Salman Rushdie, to name a few.

I’ve interviewed global CEOs and launched some of the most popular products in the market worldwide, be it the latest gadget, watch by Rado, Mercedes Benz or Maruti Nexa’s new car. When it comes to hosting conferences it doesn’t matter whether it’s for banking, fashion, IT or even start up’s, I have a natural flair of picking up the right points and keeping the momentum going at the event.

A travel lover, big foodie, and fitness enthusiast I joined NDTV Good Times as an anchor with my own travel series ‘Hangout Amreeka’. Since then there has been no looking back, I’ve hosted many shows on the channel like Band Baaja Bride 5, Filmfare awards red carpet 2 years in a row, Dubai Diaries, India with Marriott, Lakme Fashion Week, GQ Man of the year, India Couture Week.

While I am travelling the world for my Tv shows & hosting some of the sub continents biggest corporate events I also create videos for my rapidly growing YouTube channel ‘Whack’ which has crossed 1-lakh subscribers.
This led to me being the face of Stayfree India’s digital YouTube cam

Freishia is India’s only female science and lifestyle YouTuber. She has over one lakh followers on Youtube and more than 30K followers on Instagram.



Ardi Kolah makes it to the BAME 100 list

In order to establish the shortlist for the Board Talent Index from within the BAME community (British. Black, Asian, and minority ethnic (used to refer to members of non-white communities in the UK), UK executive recruitment firm Green Park applied a soft scoring method based on the criteria it believes separates REALmodels from other diverse leaders. These criteria focus on influencing positive change and development in business and are each graded out of 25.

The criteria:

R = Recognised: accredited for the good that they do
E = Extraordinary: not just achieved but excelled in their efforts
A = Authentic: known for being true to their undisputed origin
L = Leading: climbed the ladder of their organisations and achieved success

Once the REAL model leaders are identified, the judges ratify the shortlists based on their own insights, the individual’s credibility and the profiles presented and the final indexes are confirmed. Each shortlist usually contains around 115-135 profiles. 

An Advisory Panel including Lord Holmes, Baroness Royall, Ken Olisa OBE, Raj Tulsiani and Trevor Philips MBE ratifies the final BAME 100 List.

Ardi Kolah LL.M, Executive Fellow and Director, GDPR Transition Programme at Henley Business School (Number 1 in Europe for executive education in GDPR) made the BAME100 List.

Full list is available:

Ardi Kolah BA (Hons), LL.M, FCIM, MBCS, FRSA

Executive Fellow & Programme Director

GDPR Transition Programme

Henley Business School

University of Reading

Greenlands, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 3AU, UK

Tel: +44 (0)77100 77941


GDPR Transition Programme


Inspirational Woman: Pearl D. Tirandaz

Founder member of ZYNG (ZOROASTRIAN YOUTH FOR THE NEXT GENERATION), Public Relation Officer for JIYO PARSI and Vice President of FOZYA (Federation of Zoroastrian Youth Association)

Tell us about yourself, your background and what you do currently

Inspirational Woman: Pearl D. TirandazI am born and brought up in a typical Parsi colony called Rustom Baug at Byculla, Mumbai. Since an early age I was extremely interested in dance and so i made it my passion, my hobby and finally my living. Farah Khan and Geeta Kapur were my gurus and I travelled the world because of this profession. My parents were always extremely encouraging and they let me follow my dreams right from the beginning. It was this supportive upbringing that has made me into the woman that I am today. I always stood up for what I thought was right and had a mind of my own, which is why I was always extremely vocal, this always got me into lots of trouble. I fear very little when I know, I stand for what is just. This attitude of mine has made me what I am today.

Meeting my husband Darayus changed my life and the way I perceive and understand things today. My father-in-law Mr Rustom Tirandaz was a much respected corporator and a social worker, I would like to emulate him and follow in his steps. He was a BPP(Bombay Parsee Punchayet) trustee when he passed away after a hard fought election. At the time I was pregnant with my first child and we as a family had to deal with this huge loss. My mother-in-law then stood in his place and fought an election for the BPP and won the seat. It was my father-in-law’s dream that the community youth should unite and be motivated in the right direction.

That is when the idea of ZYNG (Zoroastrian Youth For the Next Generation)came through. We founders dedicated almost 10 years of our lives to ZYNG and made it a household name. We conducted on an average 15 events every year. Be it a social service drive or working with senior citizens or an adventure sports event. Our social events are designed to be meeting grounds for networking and interaction between our community youth and even to have our youth intermingle and hopefully find their life partners. Today ZYNG stands tall and continues to grow from its over five thousand youth members from all over the world.

For 3 years now I have been involved with JIYO PARSI, a government funded body for the Zoroastrian Community. Although initially I only helped the institution in a personal capacity, I was later offered a job there as their Personal Relations Officer. The founder of Jiyo Parsi and my mentor Dr. Shernaz Cama has been of huge influence in my life. Today I am totally involved with every aspect of the Jiyo Parsi project, from their advertisements, facebook, to having regular events, I am involved in it all.

I am also a Vice President of FOZYA (Federation of Zoroastrian Youth Association), one of the oldest Youth bodies of the Parsi Irani Zoroastrian community.

I also occasionally write inspirational youth stories in the “Jam-e-Jamshed”, which is the oldest community news paper.

Tell us about any current projects or initiatives you wish to promote

I am currently involved fulltime with the government funded project called JIYO PARSI, meant for parents to have kids under IVF or Advocacy. I wish to see a rise in our community population that is decreasing every year that goes by, The team of Jiyo Parsi are working very hard to ensure that we create awareness and fulfil our goals. Parsis Irani Zoroastrians have been very significant in the development of our country and we want that goodwill to continue into the future. Jiyo Parsi has helped create that hope for the future of the Zoroastrian Community, as we have had 119 children through this program and touched the lives of many parents.

What has been your biggest challenge in achieving your success?

I do not see myself successful as yet because that would make me complacent. I have ever bigger goals and feel I have not yet exhausted my potential. I believe I have a lot I can still achieve positively. I love helping people and that is what I wish to do till my last breath. Therefore the next natural progression for me is to broaden my horizons from being a community worker to social worker for the masses. I especially wish to work with women in distress.

What has been your greatest achievement personally?

Personally I think my greatest achievement has been that I have been successful in positioning myself to provide yeoman service to my community members. My husband is my backbone and he encourages me and advises me in every way.

If you weren’t doing what you do now, what would you be doing?

I believe everyone on this planet is born with a purpose, and I believe I have found mine. I constantly remind myself of my goals and that i need to work smart and hard to fulfil them.

Who has been your biggest inspiration?

My parents Mehroo and Marzban Sukhadia and my husband Darayus Tirandaz

What does the future hold for you?

The future is always hopeful. I am expecting my second child this year. My elder son Rustom who was named after my father-in-law, already is moving in the direction of social service. He volunteers with my mother-in-law Armaity when she visits old age homes. In his personal capacity my son regularly donates his toys and clothes to street children. He insists on having his friends over to join him setup a Christmas party for one of the local institutions for street children. Inculcating a sense of giving and sharing is so important in children and I am very proud of my son. I have always taught my son that happiness in life emanates from being helpful and good to people. As for myself I always believe and remind myself constantly, that this is not the end it is just the beginning. The learning goes on.

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