I live in San Diego. I was a paralegal in my last work position. I am Indian and I migrated to the US in 1983. I have lived in New Jersey, Florida and now thrilled with California. I left San Diego in 2006 to come to India to take care of my elderly parents. My parents have now passed on to the permanent world and I am now back in San Diego to devote more time to me and my immediate family.
I feel very strongly about women's issues. But I also think that the very young [as in babies and children] and the very old are very vulnerable. It is just a new realization that has dawned on me - every where I go I am hit by this vulnerability. I see that the infrastructure to deal with this vulnerability is needed but ineffective worldwide. To help the elderly, even to chat with them and give them a listening ear gives me a sense of joy and I am pondering more and more on how to do this more on a regular basis. One day it is you, but the next day, won't it be my turn to be vulnerable? Helping others Procrastination Legal, cooking, reading, teaching
My Vision for the Future
Peace and prosperity for all