Wednesday, August 8, 2012

My father's blog

Amy and I have been blessed with wonderful families. Each member has brought so much to our lives and enrich us greatly. My father is one of my greatest inspirations. I hope one day to tell at least some part of the story of his life which, for me who has known it so closely, is a truly amazing and inspiring story. Apart from his long list of achievements, his degrees in six different fields as far-ranging as public health and law, the organisations he has been involved in setting up, the books he has written and the people and families he has ministered to, what impresses me the most is his closeness to the heart of God. For me, who has seen him at his greatest as well as most difficult moments, I know that the presence of God is with him and I am blessed that he has invested so much of his life in me.

His ever-agile and enthusiastic nature have recently seen him reinvent himself as a blogger!! He has begun a blog which combines his love of photography with his knack of seeing lessons for life from daily events. Knowing that he has adapted to the world of computers more out of necessity than interest, I am in a state of shock at how he has swiftly adapted to the medium. And for someone like me, who now finds it difficult to put out a post in a month, his output is beyond belief! But enough of my spiel, check it out yourself!

5 comments:

  1. Fortunate to have a father like sir, Arpith. We as a family and Ashakiran as an institution has been blessed by Sir in many ways. We thank God for his life.
    Viju

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  2. Thank for the intro; will check him out shortly.

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