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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It's been quite a while since I read 'To Kill A Mockingbird' by Harper Lee. I had decided to write a post about it on my blog the day I finished reading it. And here I am finally writing about this masterpiece. Some things stay with us forever, they get attached to us. It can … Continue reading To Kill A Mockingbird
21 June, and the world celebrates, embracing the precious practice of Yoga. The world celebrates this day due to the tremendous importance of practicing yoga as it brings with it the numerous benefits. Yoga is the key to a healthy and a happy life. It is a traditional practice developed by our ancestors for the … Continue reading International Yoga Day
The world suffered a huge loss on 3 June 2016 as it was confirmed that the legendary Muhammad Ali has passed away at the age of 74. The cause for the death is told to be a heart disease. The unstoppable man was finally knocked out by the one who could actually do it, the … Continue reading Muhammad Ali
Global Warming. A term used to describe man's violent conduct towards it's own mother earth. The past decade has witnessed drastic changes in the weather conditions all around the globe. I live in India, and from what I have witnessed is that during the years from 2000-2005, there were normal climatic conditions, changing periodically as … Continue reading Disaster Struck: Nature’s Warning
The world was really blessed when people like Albert Einstein were born, who gave so much to the world, so much to learn, so much to see. People like him have an extraordinary vision and out of the box thinking. He was so inspiring, his quotes and his works. His one such quote still inspires … Continue reading More Einstein Inspiration
BE THANKFUL FOR WHAT YOU HAVE! -Vishal
I finished reading this book 'The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari' by Robin Sharma and I would say that it is a treasure for anyone who's seeking peace and true happiness in life. The book presents a fable about life which is learnt by a successful lawyer who had all the materialistic leisure yet was unsatisfied … Continue reading The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari
There are times when people mess up and I am somewhat suffering through that. I am unable to post regularly because of some personal issues. But I found this motivation for myself and I thought to share it with you guys. During these times, these quotes are the type of the little things that drive … Continue reading Quote of the day