About

A new world opens before us every time we open our eyes to something new….or maybe to a new perspective of the same old world, we ,some times, forget to appreciate.

“The World Beyond Sight” is a series of posts that present before you my take on life and living. So come, explore and open your eyes to a new way of embracing and enjoying life.

I am Sparsh Sehgal – a seeker, a giver, a lover of poetry, a poet, an avid reader and a writer. The world is a small place and I am a very small part of it. But these little eyes, and a developing mind & heart, do have a different take on things, most of us seem to know all about. So discover with me, as I uncover a new-fangled world of ideas and views.

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  1. Love your ‘About’ page, Sparsh. I have taken time to cruise through your blog and I really love the ambience. Love your perspective of life and look forward to discovering more of those perspectives as I read your postings. Thank you for your visits to my blog. I really appreciate. 🙂

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