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Find your own story or you will become a bit player in someone else’s story

Suppose we have a significant part in a story being enacted in a mega-theater where multiple plays are going on. But...


If we don’t fix the broken doors to our consciousness, we will be robbed

Suppose our home has a broken door. If we don’t want to be robbed, we need to fix that door asap. Our inner homes often...


Stronger than what faces us is what graces us

Life sometimes hurls at us overwhelming obstacles that we feel utterly unequipped to deal with. If we have a...


Even if the mind is not shrill, it is still a shill

A shill is someone who enthusiastically pretends to buy something from a shop so as to allure others to also buy. Our mind...


We are not masters in our own house, but we don’t have to be slaves

Suppose we are living in a house where the doors suddenly creak open and bang shut, and lights randomly turn on and off....


Perfectionism is a serial killer in high heels

When we try to improve ourselves, we often desire to become perfect in that area. Such perfectionism or obsession with...


Just because we can do the impossible doesn’t mean we can do everything

Impossible is a word in a fool’s dictionary – what is the spiritual perspective on this saying? To understand,...


Self-acceptance should open the door for self-improvement, not shut the door

Today’s ultra-competitive, globally connected world can afflict anyone of us with low self-esteem. By comparing...


Accepting our weaknesses takes courage – and so does accepting ourselves with our weaknesses

Life’s battles often expose our weaknesses. Accepting those weaknesses can make us feel unsafe, undermined and...


See the addicted not as demented or degraded but as tormented

Suppose someone becomes addicted to drinking and keeps drinking despite being urged to give up and despite even...


No barrier is foolproof, that is not proof no barrier is useful

Suppose a particular coastal area is prone to getting flooded because of high tides or sea-storms or tsunamis. Suppose...


Mind your mind before you mind anyone else’s mind

When someone’s misbehavior irritates us, we may tell them off: “Why are you letting your mind take you for a...


We are inflammable, not incorrigible – we need caution, not condemnation

Suppose we are unable to resist some sensual temptation despite trying repeatedly. Over time, we may become...