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Life Belongs To Those Who Live

Life Belongs To Those Who Live

One day, while cleaning the household, the female head of the family decided to have this flute thrown away. “Why should we bother keeping it anyway? Who wants to play it even?”, she said to herself. And within seconds, the instrument found itself lying on the road outside.

Friendship & Friendliness

Friendship & Friendliness

Friendliness is like a brightly shining star. No one may be there, looking up at the sky to watch this star and yet it exists. And yet it lights up and rejoices! Nobody may ever come to know about it but it is still there. It does not depend on perception to exist.

Indian Philosophy: An Overview

Indian Philosophy: An Overview

The philosophy is popular for its unflinching passion for finding the ultimate truth. And even though there were many schools who were onto this journey and their views differed drastically many a time, yet each school made it a point to hear and understand the points put forth by other schools, see if they differed on the stance or not, before coming to a conclusion.

Upanishads: The Critique of Rituals

Upanishads: The Critique of Rituals

The word ‘Upanishad’ is derived from the root ‘sad’ which means to sit down, to destroy and to loosen. ‘Upa’ means ‘nearby’ and ‘ni’ means devotedly. The word therefore means the sitting down of a disciple near his teacher in a devoted manner to receive instruction about the highest reality which loosens all doubts and destroys all ignorance of the disciple.

Anekantavada & Syadvada

Anekantavada & Syadvada

According to Jain Philosophy, each naya or point of view represents only one of the infinite aspects possessed by a thing from which we may attempt to describe it. When any such partial view is mistaken for the absolute truth, we have a fallacy.

Life Is an Opportunity! Don’t Miss It!

Life Is an Opportunity! Don’t Miss It!

We can never solve the problems of our life by solving the problems; this is the first lesson we need to learn in life. We need to first understand we have to set right our inner home first by living in our own mind where we create an environment of least expectations, perseverance and unwavering faith and trust in the divine who resides in our own heart.

Dreaming of Paradise (Sufi Part IV)

Dreaming of Paradise (Sufi Part IV)

Generations of love starved men have swooned over these four lines of poetry by Omar Khayyam. Reading these lines, they dream of luscious, slim waisted, alluring woman, an intricately carved jug full of wine, a loaf of bread and a book of poetry while resting under a palm tree, undisturbed in the silent desert.

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