We travel not to explore another country
Our lives the airports we fly from,
Surely there is somewhere, something
Isn't that why we seek evidence from each other
Let's fly free, not nailed to a mast;
Dr. Shanta Acharya is an internationally published poet. She was born and educated in Orissa, India. Her poetry collections include Shringara (Shoestring Press, UK; 2006); Looking In, Looking Out (Headland Publications, UK; 2005), Numbering Our Days' Illusions (Rockingham Press, UK; 1995) and Not This, Not That (Rupa & Co, India; 1994). Her doctoral study, The Influence of Indian Thought on Ralph Waldo Emerson, was published by The Edwin Mellen Press, USA, in 2001. She is also the author of books on asset management. She won a scholarship to Oxford, and was among the first batch of women admitted to Worcester College in 1979. Between 1983-85 she was a Visiting Scholar at Harvard. She is currently Associate Director, Initiative on Foundation and Endowment Asset Management at London Business School.
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