Today on FrankieSense & More, host Frankie Picasso interviewed Socialpreneur and CEO of UP WORDS Magazine, Abhijit Ganguly who runs his Empire from Kolkata, India. Despite living with Transverse Myelitis and having chronic pain as his constant companion, Abhijit created a powerful, positive and uplifting digital magazine where he interviews folks from around the world who have inspiring journeys and who had to overcome great odds. This magazine gives HOPE to it’s readers.

Say’s Abhijit…”Our world is filled with so much negativity and violence. And because of this,  individuals from all walks of life tend to forget that what gets us through the dark days are stories of hope. “UP WORDS” stories of hope are those that say to the reader, “look what he or she has done; I too can do that.” The magazine believes that life’s limitations can inspire us to strive for heights we may not have reached otherwise.”

Abjihit really walks his talk. He suffers from Transverse Myelitis but turned his PAIN into a GAIN not just for himself but for others. He started the first Support Group for Transverse Myelitis in India, as well as being CEO of UP WORDS. He is a celebrated journalist who is extensively published. Based in Kolkata, India,  Abhijit covers stories of the global arts scene and the fusion arts movement with the culture and art of India. J His work includes personal interviews with world renowned dance troupes, film directors, fine artists, sculptors, as well as jazz, hip hop and classical musicians. He is known for presenting an inside view of the artist’s craft and what motivates their creativity. Always thinking of others, Abhiji  also delves into the artist’s take on what a young person in Kolkata can learn from each artist, so that the youth of the city can learn to master these skills.

Brent Marchant, TGRN’s Movie Correspondent reviewed the following movies today: “Lady Bird,” “Last Flag Flying,” “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” and “The Square.”