You Can Have It All

Thanks for stopping by! Here’s stuff to keep you inspired :-)

  • Did you know that anime (Japanese animation style), which has been around for just about 50 years, has 22 different forms and innumerable characters and renderings? Contrast this with Yoga, which boasts of 5000 years of history, but all its forms can be part of your vocabulary by the time you finish reading this definitive yoga guide! To make it easy for you, understand this. The word Yoga means joining, connection, or alignment. Of what, Read More
  • This story by Sandeep Nath was the finalist (Sci-Fi category) at the greenstories.org.uk awards competition. Enjoy the drama and philosophy of the Source Code of consciousness!– Green Stories Dexter had to find the answer in the next two hours or he would die. He had entertained the question for what seemed like an eternity. Now there was no humor left. And his granny was going to perish too. He fondly thought of her and how Read More
  • I aspire to make a difference in the way we human beings live, work, interact, prioritize, and evaluate ourselves and each other. My belief in this stems from a readiness I perceive, to raise human consciousness. I believe we are destroying ourselves mindlessly, driven by the vested interests of a few who have gained the power to drive them. Are you still with me? Can you see yourself as an agent of change? What have Read More
  • “Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough.” This might have been said in jest, but the idea has lent itself to examination for several millennia. Chanakya, a strategic advisor to the largest Indian kingdom of the 2nd century BC, observed that too much of anything is poison. This applies to power, wealth, hunger, ego, greed, laziness, love, ambition, hate, or any other state of mind. And ostensibly, even Read More
  • If you are reading this, you are probably familiar with the power of gratitude. To be grateful for whatever happens, is a quality that all achievers claim among their strengths. It is a must-have attitude for success. But the part left unsaid is, how does one develop that attitude of gratitude? To achieve this, let us first understand what stops us from being grateful for everything as it happens. Take a pause and make a Read More
  • They swim. They fly. Might walking be a priority? How does one set priorities? Well, if that is the question on your mind, here’s what I have found after studying scores of business gurus and spiritual masters. To set your priorities, you must follow a 5-level formula.  The 5 Levels of Priorities All successful achievers who take responsibility for the welfare of large communities, organizations, and even fans, keep to the same sequence of what Read More
  • From the point of view of ancient oriental wisdom, everything is comprised of a yin and a yang. The yin is typically the feminine, cooler side and the yang is the masculine, hotter side of everything and everyone. There is fluidity within these states and balance is the goal. Furthermore, our emotions are governed by 5 major organ-elements of which the Liver houses Anger and the Spleen houses Worry. A passive-aggressive nature is the result Read More
  • We learn everything that we do in life. We learn to eat with our mouths. We learn to walk. We learn professional skills. Maybe performing arts. Management… you get the idea. For anything that we think we have to do, we learn – and practice. Only to realize that life can continue even without it! But there’s one thing that we have to do – else life will strictly not continue. And our only formal Read More
  • What is more important than Maths, Physics, Chemistry, or Biology, Geography, History or Languages? What’s more important than all the subjects that you attach so much importance to, and often engage expensive tutors for? The answer is, developing the ability in your kids to assimilate these subjects, and to extract from them, the aspects that help create lives of happiness and significance. So where can kids get to acquire this ability? Nowhere! And that sadly Read More