Four types of food gets prepared at my home. One, is the normal Dal (curry made of pulse) and Sabji (cooked vegetables) that we make almost everyday. The second variety is the Khichdi which is a quick preparation. Days when we are very busy we just add rice, dal, onion, tomatoes, chillies and spices together and cook them all together which makes Khichdi. When already prepared food gets carried over to the next day that becomes that days meal! Old food heated and ready, that’s the third variety!
The fourth is the special food that gets prepared for guests. My wife and I would spend enough time planning on what to cook; then we would check our kitchen shelves for the needed ingredients; we would shop for the necessities and spend lot of time cooking that meal. This would have the main course, curries and of course desert! Because we want the invited guests to really relish that which we have made and because they are special!
Here at The CALL too, we always want to give the BEST, the SPECIAL for our valuable readers. We do not compromise with the quality in the material that we prepare and always like to give enough time for the writers to pray, ponder and pen the articles.
Preparation is on, the food is on the stove and it would be served hot soon! Hope that you would be patient with us as we are preparing this special edition for you! Are you curious on what’s special??
The upcoming issue would feature –
A featured article by Reena Goforth
Youth article on Youth Identity by Caroline Cynthia
The Story of Aparna, for Children shared by Angeline Mariyosh
Angelene Gracia speaks from her life in the MK Memoirs
Preena Stanly equips the readers to help the abused, harassed, raped girls & women
Sumithra Jeyaraj giving a gist on the status of women in India, internationally and at the workplace encouraging meaningful prayer and action
And much more…..
Do you sense that there is something special about this issue? Give it a thought! If you have found what’s special about this first quarter issue of 2013 why not send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and share your finding with us! We would be happy to hear from you. If you do not receive The CALL please send me an email.
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