Random- Only myself

Silence is the most profound gift which enables me to listen to the music of Divine and realization that

I take responsibility of my mysterious SELF

World will take care of itself

I am inky responsible for

Not hurting anyone

Living or non-living

Jelping people in my immediate surroundings

With whatever means I have

I am sensitive to the feelings of others

Every relationship is special for me

Like a grain of sand

I am complete

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Indian comedian dies while performing in Dubai – News | Khaleej Times

https://m.khaleejtimes.com/uae/dubai/indian-comedian-dies-while-performing-in-dubai-1

I did not know him, but when I read, it saddened me and at the same time reminded of the vulnerability of our existance.

His friends paid rich tribute to him, he may have touched many with his comedy and People would always remember him with a smile. That is what our life is all about. Isn’t it ?

Breath is what we call -Life

We nurture our dreams, plan our future even retirements, old age and what not. And in pursuit of our ambitious goals, hurting not only the people but MOTHER EARTH too.

We are quick to anger and fight but one sorry may take lifetime, with some it doesn’t come at all.

Each and everyone of us know that EXIT is clearly marked, only uncertainty is WHEN ? Then why fight, argue or claim ownership of things which we did not bring with us or will take with us.

Honestly I fail to understand why say hurtful words or be angery, when we have much better choice . To Be pleasant. Be polite. Be humble.

Makeup when you still can

Say sorry when you still can

Heal the wounds when you still can

Hug your loved ones when you still can

There are infinite reasons to LOVE them

Not one to hurt them

Do it when ?

That time is right NOW

Copyright (c) 2019 Namrata D Prabhakar

Why can’t we keep it simple

Today the most commercialized word is ‘Spirtuality

The boards with ‘Yoga’, ‘Meditation ‘, ‘Happiness’, Peace’ etc are mushrooming promising teaching everything from good health to love and what not.

The society we have created in the name of development and progress is catching up now. We are living in fear , which is root cause of all insecurities. And that fear is being exploited for commercial purposes and in past few years the word ‘spiritual’ (which was the way of life earlier) has become an industry.

Kabir dass a great Indian saint (there have been many like him) used to recite bhajans and share his wisdom with everyone freely, now people pay to listen to the wisdom of famous speakers.
When it changes with the surroundings
Why
We want to learn ‘happiness’?
When that is inherent in ever being
Why
We want to learn ‘Gratitude ‘?
‘Seva’ is our moral obligation
Why
It has to be an organized activity ?
We are born with abundance of ‘LOVE
Why
We have to pay to learn what we were born with?
We have come here to experience life as it is
Why
We are running from one Guru to an other to seek it
Instead of being powerful and abundant
Why
Today we are so helpless and vulnerable ?

Listening to Spirtual Masters and life coaches for guidance helps to clear our thoughts and inspire us but choosing the path and walking is an individual responsibility. A genuine Guru only shows the direction and leave his seeker to find his way, but sadly Today it is as difficult as find a real pearl

Paradoxes: What We Say We Want but What We Strive to Change

Thought provoking

e-Quips

But well-behaved dogs don’t spring fully formed from the womb. They must be actively raised — which is not easy. The same goes for kids.–Jeff Koyen

As I returned some books to the library this morning, I drove past a straggle of four-year-olds from a nearby preschool.  The first two kids in line held the teacher or caregiver’s hands.  The rest followed in two loosely constructed lines.  Each of the approximately sixteen kids carried a colorful plastic waterbottle as he or she trudged along.  One young lady  marched virorously, swinging her waterbottle in one hand and  sucking strongly on the thumb of her other hand.   You can make me carry this waterbottle but I’ll do what I want with my other hand.  So there!

We proclaim that we like the naturalness and spontaneity of  young children and puppies.  Yet we spend a lot of time and effort teaching them appropriate…

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Khoi Vinh on How His Blog Amplified His Work and Career

Experience sharing, good tips

Own Your Content

It’s fair to think, what if you never monetize your website? What if no one reads your blog? What is it all for?

We spoke with Khoi Vinh, Principal Designer at Adobe, author of How They Got Here: Interviews With Digital Designers About Their Careers, and a writer who’s been publishing on his blog, Subtraction, for nearly 20 years.

In his first blog post published on July 30, 2000, he meditates on the idea of having a journal, an online place where he can publish his ideas. He writes:

“I’ve been reckoning with an immense docket of changes and challenges. All of which seem like ideal fodder for posterity; an amateur writer in me feels compelled to record what I can.”

The initial inspiration has empowered Khoi to tell stories, share ideas, and offer wisdom on design for nearly two decades. The key is to look at…

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