Just a thought…

Not one single cell in the body is the same as it was at the time you were born. You are constantly in a state of renewal. When every cell in your body is younger than you are, how can the body wither and age?

About Kiran Manral

Kiran Manral is the bestselling, award-winning author of ten books. She was a journalist at The Asian Age, The Times of India, features editor Cosmopolitan, India Cultural Lead and Trendspotter at Gartner Iconoculture, Senior Consultant at Vector Insights and Ideas Editor, SheThePeople.TV. She currently consults on independent research and media projects. She was shortlisted for the Femina Women Awards for Literary Contribution in 2017. The Indian Council of UN Relations (ICUNR) with the Ministry of Women and Children, Govt of India, awarded her the International Women’s Day Award 2018 for excellence in the field of writing. Her novella, 'Saving Maya', was long-listed for the 2018 Saboteur Award, supported by the Arts Council of England in the UK. Her novels 'The Face At the Window’ and ‘Missing, Presumed Dead' were both long-listed for Jio MAMI Word to Screen, and ‘The Face at the Window’ was also shortlisted for the South Asian Film Festival 2019 . Her books include 'The Reluctant Detective', 'Once Upon A Crush', 'All Aboard', 'Karmic Kids-The Story of Parenting Nobody Told You', 'A Boy’s Guide to Growing Up', 'True Love Stories', 'Saving Maya' and ’13 Steps to Bloody Good Parenting.’ She also has published short stories in various magazines, in acclaimed anthologies like Have A Safe Journey, Boo, The Best Asian Speculative Fiction, Magical Women and City of Screams.
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7 Responses to Just a thought…

  1. phoenixritu says:

    Ahh the mystery

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  2. d says:

    one of life’s ploys

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  3. aneela says:

    probably because they (we) dont make them like they used to be in the good ol’times!!!

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  4. dipali says:

    Good question!

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  5. mandira says:

    🙂
    wish i cud answer that….u make it all sound so logical and sensible…

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  6. Perx says:

    well actually the reason is that the process of renewal slowly falters.
    we basically die of slow poisoning, as we poison our cells with unnecessary stuff, like lots of carbs and fats not needed by the body…

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  7. neilina says:

    May be our age is inversely proportional to the age of our cells! 😀 There is lot of diff what is there inside and what is seen outside! 🙂

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