Be an observer not a reactor

“Happy soul is a good observer of emotions and not a reactor”- Krishna YadavHow often does it happen that we make some impulsive decisions and later on regret for our actions? We come across several situations in life where we are overwhelmed by some kind of emotion that being rational becomes very difficult. Such decisionsContinue reading “Be an observer not a reactor”

Power of sword, jewel and mirror

According to a Japanese myth, the Regalia has been a part of the enthronement ceremony for a new emperor since the year 690 but previously belonged to Amaterasu, the legendary Sun Goddess. She was forced to hide in a cave from her brother Susanoo, the powerful God of Storms. She was only lured from herContinue reading “Power of sword, jewel and mirror”

Asking the right questions

“Our problem is not that we want to know the answer, the problem is that we do not know the right questions”- Kamlesh Mishra (Goodreads) As a child, I was fascinated by an Indian TV series- Hatim. The story revolved around Prince of Yemen, Hatim. He accepts a challenge from the demon king. In searchContinue reading “Asking the right questions”

Who are you talking to?

Sometimes while watching some news channel debates, I am amazed to see how the people who to be public figures and future leaders fail to listen to any complaints or suggestions. Anytime their stand on a subject is questioned, their ego gets hurt. Thereby I started observing one thing in my daily life interactions- weContinue reading “Who are you talking to?”

The real cost of luxury- Animal abuse

I would like to start today’s post by discussing some incidents- “A 12-year-old girl was held captive for a week by 4 men. When police finally tracked them, they had to run away with their hostage. Lions thought that the girl was a baby lion and protected her until the Police arrived”- Bright side “Dog bitesContinue reading “The real cost of luxury- Animal abuse”