A Word on Surrender

Archives: October 2015

A Word on Surrender
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A Word on Surrender

Life is funny business. The more we think we have it figured out, the more mysterious it gets. Like some fine magician, it makes us marvel at its ability to pull off unimaginable tricks.[...]

Love and Hate
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Love and Hate

I get all sorts of emails. They get filed and marked by a team of volunteers. Approximately 50% of the readers write to seek my opinion on their trials and tribulations of life. A[...]

The Monkey and the Coconut
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The Monkey and the Coconut

The timeless Vedas and many philosophical treatises talk about detachment and equanimity for a peaceful life. Is it practical, doable? On the subject of detachment, I received the following comment yesterday (quoting literatim): We[...]

The Mindful Chatterbox
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The Mindful Chatterbox

It’s a common saying that we bring nothing into this world when we are born and we take back nothing when we die. Maybe, maybe. It might even be good if it was entirely true.[...]

The First Trait of Successful People
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The First Trait of Successful People

I meet a variety of people on a regular basis. They range from those who fly chartered or travel in a motorcade to those who have never been on an airplane or can’t afford[...]