24 Years in Recovery


At first they will ask why you’re doing it. Later they’ll ask how you did it.

It takes a lion heart to walk alone and pave the path for others to walk on. The beginning of a journey often brings a lot of questions and doubt in one’s mind. Then, there are moments in a journey where the journey itself may seem mundane and meaningless and one might think of drawing back. There are numerous ups and downs which one has to go through before the journey starts making any sense.

Such has been the journey of recovery of SHAFA HOME’S CEO Mr. Ranjan Dhar. On April 20th, 2017 Ranjan Ji completed 24 years in recovery. This moment was celebrated with joy and enthusiasm by all the residents of SHAFA. It was an occasion of celebration not just because he is our CEO but a leader and a…

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What is it ? A word . Yet , defines a zillion feelings . Some of which , you can’t even experience in the usual rush of our horribly monotonous lives . It’s like this path , drawn out by wisps . Magic , lives in every part of it .


You might not notice , but , every single day , takes out a small part of your heart , like a piece of it . Its of course not like its going to pull out an entire chunk in one go . Nah . It works really  slow , just like a drug . What saves you at the end of the day though , is the real hero . Right ?

Well , that’s exactly what we all are looking for .




So , what do…

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The Hammer and the Hose

Rachel Anne

I have always wondered where every human being in my generation has formed an opinion about something; for every single person has a reason for why they think the way they do. I have seen it within arguments over the simplest topics such as the gender wage gap or climate change. It is frustrating to have a conversation with someone who does not share the same opinion as yours.

I wonder if people care enough to dig deeper into important issues that could have a massive impact in our country, or the world for that matter. I find myself questioning the world I live in and daydreaming about having control of the entire world, just so I can fix all of the world’s problems.

Growing up in a world of imperfections and having no power or control over these issues heard on a daily basis can be discouraging and irritating…

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