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Reduce, Recycle and Reuse

Reduce, Recycle and Reuse

  A materialist concentrates on accumulating things and a minimalist thinks of how to get rid of things, ultimately both are focusing thoughts on stuff. We accumulate stuff and then think of ways to purge it out of life (this is the First World Phenomena). Owning more than what we […]

True Potential

True Potential

  I don’t know about you but since I was 10-11 I was asked what I wanted to be and many times it was assumed by others that I would do what my siblings were doing. How do children at that age decide what they are going to do before […]

Natural unfolding

Natural unfolding

When we force or rush any decision be it career, romance or writing a story, just by needing to know an outcome right away do we miss the natural unfolding that is going to happen? It will be so nice if we let whatever is being born, be born. What if […]

Girl on the train

Girl on the train

‘Girl on the train’ has a very gripping story. I just couldn’t keep the book down and finished it over the long weekend, no wonder it is New York bestseller since last two and a half years. If you like murder mysteries then I would definitely recommend it. Turtleneck: Banana Republic […]

Time

Time

In this age can we give ourselves the most precious gift of time? Is that even possible? Can we pull ourselves out of the chores, errands, commitments to others, just for a few moments each day? It should be permissible to give ourselves something luxurious that we may want, like […]

Laughter Club

Laughter Club

  Morning is a rush time for most of us and smiling consciously is the last thing on our mind. When I saw people in laughter clubs at various parks in India I wondered how and why such a weird thing works? Laughing without reason early in the morning? Crazy! […]