“I/WE” in the world of “WE/I”

Paradise in India

Note: This is the first part in the hopeful series of last 18 years of observations. Weaving together international trends and how they have influenced us is the main focus of this post. The approach in this article, as we form the basics, is primarily based on the aspects that make us humans — a value I learnt when studying in the United World College. We begin by first addressing the generational gap which exists amongst us, followed

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