Do not read this

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  1. Aseem says:

    Whoa :O. I cannot even imagine a minute go by without me having to read. I guess we are all so lucky to easily have all these senses. The fact that we have them, we don’t really treasure the gift. A really lovely initiative :).

  2. Vinitha says:

    That’s a great initiative. Reading is a precious gift. Thank you for sharing this, Parul.
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  3. While driving down the city roads last week, twice I saw billboards with the ad ‘Do not read this’ and I wondered what this ad is all about. But the honking vehicles and the traffic jams made me forget about this. So today, thanks to your post, I know what is this about.

  4. Just today I found out that my maid can’t even read numbers from one to ten, Parul. I plan to spend sometime every day helping her to learn.
    Great initiative. Thanks for sharing!
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  5. Rajlakshmi says:

    Loved the name of the initiative … It’s catchy way to attract attention to illiteracy. Indeed it’s difficult to imagine spending even an hour without reading.
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  6. Liv says:

    It’s an amazing gift to be able to read…and write.
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  7. Laurel Regan says:

    The ability to read is truly a gift, one that’s hard to imagine not being a part of life. Thanks for sharing about this worthwhile campaign.
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  1. December 9, 2015

    […] site and the new links are yet to be edited. However, here’s one of her recent posts, Do not read this, about a literacy campaign. Hardly a few words but brings out the helplessness of the […]

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