From the eternal sky, through the windows of her room, the bright sun spreads the sunlight over her face. She wakes up. She turns her face right, and just like the day before, and before, there was no one. All she saw was the other half of the bed, empty. People say that seeing the … Continue reading The Patriot.
12 August 2016, the day is Friday. I am travelling from Pune to Thane in a non AC government bus with a two hundred rupee ticket. The journey has been amazing, for a lot of reasons. The sole reason has been this ride, the adventure it has served me with even when the bus has … Continue reading Through the clouds…
This is a must read. Incredible answers to questions you’ve been asking to yourselves.
I’d like to expand my own perspectives on the subject of this article, to understand what I mean by this new psychology and to define some of its features.
What are the qualities of a whole person? Of a sane mind? What makes a good life? How do we live free from conditional and conditioned action? How do we love freely without going mad?
Of course the answers to these questions depend entirely on who is doing the answering. A psychologist may conjure a litany of desired characteristics he believes are indicative of a whole person, and wind up simply describing his own aspiration. Free love for one woman may be heart-ruin for another. So it is my intention here not to lay out an objective set of criteria, but rather to fire the opening volleys in a continuing discussion, hopefully one that will remain with us throughout our lives…
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25th December, a day the world celebrates, a day so precious and inevitable that even the most sad faces are lit up by happiness, a day celebrated in the name of the god of the people, Jesus Christ. It’s Christmas. The day when Jesus was born, and gave people a reason to live. Celebrate the … Continue reading It’s Christmas!!
Terror has struck again. This time in Paris, Baghdad and Beirut. This is absolutely terrible how the world is witnessing such disasters. It is always sad to see the world being destroyed by our own species. Innocent people dying for some baseless arguments in the fights of nations in which most of them had nothing to … Continue reading Terrorism back in the winds
It is Thursday, 22nd October in India, but it is not a normal day, it is quite special indeed. Today is the festival of Dussehra, also known as Vijaydashmi. It has a really ancient history associated with it. This festival is about the god in the Hindu religion - Lord Rama. This day is really … Continue reading Dussehra – Where the good triumphs
It has been 5 days since I have written the last piece of my writing. I have been busy with things all this while and I still am, after all, a school boy always has some sort of things upcoming. I have been a little pushed away from this and I sought to have been … Continue reading Searching for substance!
'The disappearing shadow of the tree!', quite understandably, it is about the importance of a tree. The ecstatic manner in which this world is moving forward, leaping over milestones and seeking for total development in the world of technology, economics and other international issue, the world is perhaps losing the importance of the more important … Continue reading The disappearing shadow of the tree!
There are numerous wonders of nature, out of which, we of course have witnessed many. Each day, we start off our day with some routine and hence, we go to our work place/school/college. On the way, we come across so many of things which we generally ignore, maybe because of the haste to reach the … Continue reading What does the river teach us?
Started off as an infant, Not walked but crawled.Was confident and fearless, Had no fear to fall. Crawled and crawled, Through the floors, through the doors, Chanting and crying, Exploring the world - my home. Started off somewhere, Ended up in the comfortable arms of my parents I searched for things, All I could find … Continue reading Poem: The Endless Journey