Inspired by friends and our little ones, Ask Amma passes along wit and wisdom gleaned through practice, trial and error, reading, and reflection. Highlights from the questions and answers that appear on this site are available in monthly newsletter format – sign up here. Ask Amma is written by Aravinda, also known, since 2003, as Amma. Readers are invited to comment on the posts on this site.
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