When was the last time you read a few pages from a non-fiction book? When was the last time you sat, eyes closed with your mind as the only company? When was the last time you wrote how you feel or why and what you’re stressed about or how grateful you are and what areContinue reading “Redesign Your Life!”
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This is a highly valuable insight-containing blog. Please read this completely and share it so that it helps another too. As I mentioned in Blog 55: A Compass for Life, this is also one of the concepts that can act as a compass/guide in your life. It definitely helps your decision-making process. Actually, there areContinue reading “LIFE Alignment”
The Tragic Drama
In my blog 50: Are you a cog in the machine? I talked about the screwed system, but not very deeply. In this blog, I’ll not only go deep into what the problem is but into “why does it continue to exist?” and through it, try to understand our responsibilities in trying to solve it.Continue reading “The Tragic Drama”
Busy? Read this!
Before I start, I suggest you read this blog very slowly, mindfully, reflecting, and trying to answer every question you come across throughout the blog, till the end! Busy? Who is not? Everyone is busy. Everyone’s busy in some kind. Whether they know it or not, many people use the word ‘busy’ very often thanContinue reading “Busy? Read this!”
Live a little?
Live a little? There’s little truth to it. Or in the right words, it’s a part of the truth. PLANES OF REALITY The universe, the reality, consists of various planes of reality. Imagine, layers, planes that are forming this reality. If the topmost layer is the absolute truth, the bottom layers are the truths ofContinue reading “Live a little?”
A Compass For Life!
In blog 2: Read your obituaries I talked about remembering our mortality every day to put our whole life into a clearer perspective. However, that blog was just a reminder and advice in a general or broad sense. It was more about pondering what you would do now, knowing that you’ll die today. In thisContinue reading “A Compass For Life!”