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Aditi Shankardass
Neuroscientist at Harvard by day. Singer, actor, activist by night. Indian by blood, British by birth. Daughter, wife, mother. TEDTalk:
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Aditi Shankardass May 21
Replying to @RheeMor
I hear you! Been there, felt that! I have had to politely excuse myself from the room because I couldn’t ignore it.
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Aditi Shankardass May 15
I had an unusual question to ask you about your lovely name (which I also gave my daughter). How do you pronounce it? I ask because I have people pronounce it several different ways!
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Aditi Shankardass Apr 25
If your surname is Stark, please lock your doors, stay inside and keep your pepper spray to hand. This is a dangerous weekend for you. Stay safe...    
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Aditi Shankardass Mar 29
Whenever you see anyone less fortunate than yourself please do not ignore them or judge them or rebuff them. Instead, say to yourself these nine powerful words: “There but for the grace of God, go I”
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Aditi Shankardass Mar 7
Happy to all my sisters around the world...
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Aditi Shankardass Mar 4
Today is the only day of the year that tells you to do something. March 4th.
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Aditi Shankardass Dec 31
Replying to @VahdamTeas
I hope you can help resolve the issue with my last order US 1855891 of 28 Sep. It was the first time in 4 years as your customer that your tea shipped from a US outlet and despite FedEx reporting it as delivered it never arrived! Perhaps you could arrange to resend? Thanks much!
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Aditi Shankardass Dec 6
Replying to @VahdamTeas
Thank you, I appreciate you getting back to me so swiftly and looking into this for me!
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Aditi Shankardass Dec 6
I am so impressed that your lovely teas alway get to me from halfway across the world in just two days! However, I just sent a message to you through your webpage about my last order (sent from your new US outlet), which, alas, I never received. I hope you can help!
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Aditi Shankardass Nov 27
Replying to @syruhhxo
Congratulations!
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Aditi Shankardass Nov 7
Happy Diwali to you all!
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Aditi Shankardass Oct 30
What a special and meaningful evening it was back home in London at the UK’s premiere screening of at the US Embassy with
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Aditi Shankardass Oct 17
Replying to @ashankardass
The photos and videos he took there were heartbreaking. Mothers with newborns tied to their backs bent over for hours coughing from the thick clouds of toxic dust...
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Aditi Shankardass Oct 17
An eye-opening and heartbreaking article by in about the “misery and blood” of little children that may well have tainted the phone on which I type this and the phone or laptop on which you read it...
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Aditi Shankardass Oct 13
“A voice said, Look me in the stars And tell me truly, men of earth, If all the soul-and-body scars Were not too much to pay for birth.”
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Aditi Shankardass Sep 24
Whenever someone uses the word “literally”. Because literally no one uses that word accurately any more...
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Aditi Shankardass Sep 24
When you make a powerful point to someone and moments later they make the same point to you as though they just came up with it...
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Aditi Shankardass Sep 24
When someone says something you are just itching to refute, but doing so will give it credence so you can’t...
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Aditi Shankardass Sep 20
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Aditi Shankardass Sep 15
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