Where are you? This side of the road? or the other? What do you see? Is what you’re seeing right now actually happening? Wind blowing on your face, a child’s ice-cream melting and his mother trying to wipe it quickly with a tissue, a cyclist passes by ringing its bell incessantly, an old lady waiting […]Read More Reality of illusion!
“Life is beautiful”. We all have heard it and experienced it occasionally. But even after knowing this and having a few experiences, we never acknowledge this beauty in our everyday lives. Because we live in a world where we have lot of expectations from ourselves and we want to see ourselves fulfilling those expectations. Trying to perfect each moment and […]Read More The Gist of Life
We always hear people say ‘think positive’, ‘keep your thoughts positive’, ‘ward off the negativities’, but the question that arises is – Can we really control our thoughts or remove the negative ones by just thinking positive? Even if we are successful in doing that, wouldn’t it be short-lived as we have only suppressed our […]Read More I, Me & My Emotions
“Love knows no boundaries. Love is all we are and love is all we have.” Such prepossessing lines that make you feel whole and serene. But do we in real life experience love as all there is? Do we give all we are and accept all we experience absolutely unconditionally, maintaining the sanctity of love? […]Read More Love connects.
While learning the concept of Parenting through the spiritual context, I took many cues to understand this huge role from Rudyard Kipling’s work – The Jungle Book.One of the most significant characters of this story, yet rarely spoken of was Raksha, the female wolf, one of the pillars of the Seeonee Pack. She was the one […]Read More Cherishing the Values of Parenting
The origin of Epic Mythologies of India may be debatable, but the said epics have been the greatest sources of our learning. Mahabharata brought forth innumerable characters and events which resonate with our personalities till date. One of the most prominent moments of the Mahabharata is the (in)famous Chakravyuhà. Designed in a spiral shape/lotus shape, […]Read More Evolving through the Emotional Chakravyuha
“Bird Lady: I was afraid of getting my heart broken again. Sometimes you can trust a person, and then, when things are down, they forget about you. Kevin : Maybe they’re just too busy. Maybe they don’t forget about you, but they forget to remember you. People don’t mean to forget. My grandfather says if […]Read More Kick-Start the Broken Heart