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"Just to inform you 

these week due to our religious thing I will not be able to shave 

I known these is silly" 


I stay in India because there is not one day where I don’t miss falling from my chair. When I get this type of sms from my colleagues for instance… 


Or when I get comments from this other colleague (a very educated and smart guy who can spell English this one): 


“If you remember our first interview I had changed the date. Because I had to come on an auspicious day, with the stars and everything. Now if you see I had done the same last time and I stayed 10 years in that company.” 


No comment…


A gem for everyone (not only women...)




I got surprised first when I saw men wearing rings. Lots of rings. I still don’t like it but at least I understand it: they wear them out of superstition.


Spirituality and superstition, the line is very thin. I think belief in stone belongs to the second category but this is only my opinion…  Here some people are ready to pay a fortune to have a certain number on their car plate. Some women change their first name after marriage to have a more auspicious one. Some marry trees or cut the throat of a goat if the marriage is announced inauspicious by the stars – and we are talking high class society here.


So why not wear gems?


“In Vedic astrology, gemstones are recommended based on your horoscope. It is believed that by wearing these prescribed gemstones you can overcome (click on Lire plus to Read more)

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