Re-framing the Past Focuses on Now

I shed nostalgia to see strength and wisdom in what’s broken.

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Nostalgia is a longing for simpler times to soothe pain in the present.

I’m thinking a lot about history these days. This summer is a backdrop to our fiery social and political strife — in the middle of a pandemic. Looking back at…

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I share and explore my identity as an Indian-American woman through family stories, spices and more, combing the “foreign” with the familiar, in pursuit of inspired delight.

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Punita shares her musings about midlife, her immigrant family, and life at the intersection of disability and diversity. She loves history, words, and culture.

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