8th May 2012
I attended the birth anniversary of Pujya Gurudev and was delighted to see a jam packed hall with honest, sincere and worthy practitioners and followers of his teachings.
The video had the best stills of his past talks in which were included a five minute meditation session. The hall was A/Ced, hence rendering it comfortable; there was hardly any disturbance in the crowd or distraction, so the subject was easily…Continue
Low level employment
I always have conflicts, and sometimes they are really complex. The latest one that I seem to be aware of greatly is the servants’ issue. Should we have or not have servants? Why should a person do your dirty work that even you wouldn’t like to do? For eg clean your toilets, your used dishes, or look after a pukey, whiney, crying baby?
I hate to subject a certain class of people to very lowly, menial jobs, and I always am very…Continue
I want to start this blog with the plea that those people who visit ashrams or have a spiritual bent of mind should not be condemned or termed different. I’ve been trying very hard to stand up to the prejudice that an ashram is a sad place where sad things happen. This is just not true. An ashram is a hygienic place, where you get good, healthy food and the hospitality is great and you get to meet some of the most independent, intellectual and knowledgeable people. It is also the only place…Continue
Weddings: Why do we attend weddings?
A wedding is a great time to reflect on your status in life. If you’re single and want to settle, it is a good experience to watch how others go about doing the business. Weddings are also a place where you can let your hair down, meet…Continue