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Whilst sitting inside Papa Johns eating my mushroom and cheese pizza and listening to Justin Beiber's "Never Say Never", I almost forgot which country I was in until I went to take a sip of water and realized I couldn't because I didn't know if it was bottled or not.
Whilst Perusing www.cnn.com (a daily ritual for me) at work, I came across something that made my blood boil and made me feel sick to my stomach. Literally. A 7 year old Bangladeshi boy was brutally mutilated by gang members because he refused to beg for them on the streets.
This morning started out as any other: I woke up, went downstairs, got my cup of tea and two biscuits, and turned on the television to CNN’s Morning Express with Robin Meade. I knew it wasn’t going to be a good day when Natasha Curry was laughing on my television screen instead of Robin.
At my yoga class today, my instructor said something interesting and profound: " If you change your wants into preferences, you open yourself to a whole new world. Wants breed expectations, and expectations lead to disappointments; and expectation and disappointment are horrible companions to have."
Is Coldplay’s new “Hymn for the Weekend” music video starring Queen B and Bollywood beauty, Sonam Kapoor yet another example of cultural appropriation in pop culture or is Coldplay truly appreciating Indian heritage?