What fountains can teach us

Fountains are common sight as an ornamental architectural element. The history of fountains dates back to the early civilizations of Mesopotamia. With times, the design and…

Freedom or Security

Once there lived a lady, named Mani. She had no family member but one pet bird, named Nancy. The bird and lady were lone partners…

Channeling discomfort to growth

Have you heard about lobsters? I am sure you must have heard the name of lobsters. If not, you may google the pictures of same…

Generalisation and Perception

The way we lead our lives, make decisions depend on the level of perception we exude. The depth we bring in our observation of the…

बड़ा हुआ तो गुलाम हुआ

काठ का वो पालना लगता तब छोटा थासफलता की यह कुर्सी लगती ऊँची हैपर उस पालने में रोने हसने की छूट थीइस कुर्सी पर जकड़े…

How do we identify ourselves?

Once a tarantula approached a crow with a request. The tarantula said, “Mr. Crow I have a request to make.”. The crow looked towards his requester…

Experience of being mindful

Few months before (precisely I think 4); I set a goal for myself. The goal was to be “mindful’. I am not sure, what triggered…

How we choose our connections ?

Gratitude is a terrific exercise; practicing it helps you in numerous ways. No one out there can claim that he is, what he is; only…

Our obsession with fault finding

One day a school teacher wrote on the board the following: 9×1=7 9×2=18 9×3=27 9×4=36 9×5=45 9×6=54 9×7=63 9×8=72 9×9=81 9×10=90 When she was done,…