Here’s a list of the most popular posts:

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A Gift of Service
A Gift of Service: the Debate
A Cup of Coffee
Looking at Service from an Entrepreneur’s Perspective

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You Want Me to Eat What?
Eating “on the Street”
Let them Eat Meat
Nature’s Perfect Food
Seva Cafe

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Dung Flies
Give and Take in Mumbai
Symmetry and Dyssymmetry
Lahore Lahore Hai

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The King of Puppy Dome
Learning by Example
Bad Boys

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A Gift of Cloth
Garbage. Shit!
Getting Ahead
Give and Take in Mumbai
Pop Culture: the Final Soulution to Communal Violence in India

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Bush Speaks with God, World Suffers
One Hundred Years of Peace as a Strategy of Peace
Images of Genocide
Reflections on Religious Intolerance: India and America
Why Iraq?
God Save Us from the Christian Right

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Compassion for (Almost) All Living Beings
Escape From Christendom
Rejecting Spiritualism
Shit! I’m a White Guy!

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Images of Genocide
An Atheist’s Wedding Blessing
Finding Teachers Along the Way
FC Barcelona: Champions of Humanitarianism
The Strangest Dream

2 Responses to “Favorites”

  1. 1 Vivek Anand 20 November 2009 at 9:53 am

    great u people r doing really great work for the society.

  2. 2 MuraleeDharan Raghavan 22 June 2010 at 5:12 am

    gone thru the blog and found it very interesting.
    is it possible for you to allow us to reprint the contents in THE VERDICT – of the reader for the reader, a tabloid english weekly published from India.
    Contributors include, M J Akbar, B Raman, Robert Clements, Bijuchandran, Asghar Ali Engineer, Dennis Mendes,Jyothi Venkatesh, Neeraj Mahajan, Mahesh Prabhu, Prabhat Sharan, Jubel D’Cruz, D S Rajan and many…
    Please confirm.
    MuraleeDharan Raghavan

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