The Art of Acceptance

I have  no methods; all I do is accept people as they are — Joan RiversHello friends,  greetings to you all. In our day to day interaction with people we come in contact with, we tend to get unhappy on the  pretext of seeing a slightest anomaly in the behavior of others.  We fret andContinue reading “The Art of Acceptance”

Resolution……implemented.

Hello friends, this morning through Devang’s blog, I become aware that today is World Environment Day. As you know that the matter of preserving our environment is very close to my heart. I have written about it from time to time. The below mentioned post was written in January ‘ 20. It’s about one andContinue reading “Resolution……implemented.”

Machine and the Operator

The one who has realised God feels: I’m the machine,  and Thou, O Lord the Operator. I am the house and Thou art the dweller. I am the chariot and Thou art the Driver. I move as Thou movest me; I speak as Thou makest me speak.  –  Sri Ramakrishna. Hello friends, a very warmContinue reading “Machine and the Operator”

The Encounter with a Cranky Old Lady.

Hello friends, in the present trying times a dive into the sea of memories of one’s childhood is the safe bet to rewind and relax. In my previous post I told you about my adolescent days, that were before the advent of the era of cable television and internet. Let me tell you another anticContinue reading “The Encounter with a Cranky Old Lady.”

Amending the faults

It’s of no use to discover our own faults and infirmities unless the discovery prompts us to amendment. – John Quincy Adams. The unexamined life is not worth living – Socrates. Hello friends, I greet you all with the above quotes. It’s the day of a year end and another about to begin in fewContinue reading “Amending the faults”

The Malaise Called Arrogance

“Look at a flower. Irrespective of who comes by, the flower gives fragrance.” – A spiritual healer. Hello friends, have you ever come across arrogant people and what is your reaction towards those sorts of person? Generally they are looked at with derision and dislike. One prefers to avoid any interaction with such people whoContinue reading “The Malaise Called Arrogance”

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