Ignorance gives birth to misery, but wisdom gives birth to enlightenment and happiness. Every other day, we come across situations where we question ourselves what will happen to us. We are living a life – we passed the kids stage, gradually the young age, and reached adulthood and then we become old. Truly there is no control of this aging process. In the midst of innumerable happy and sad events, finally we have to face death.
Many a times we are bereaved of death news of friends, relatives, citizens etc. Casualties, diseases, drugs, violence, anxiety, suicides all result to death. Basically what is death – is it the ceasing of the person or only the physical body. As a person, we always intend to stay well, youthful and longer, we don’t want to die. Someone having a happy family with good wealth, relationships, reputation and a healthy body want to live forever. Continue reading Alive Forever: Now You can Conquer the Fear of Death
Last night I had a dream. Actually I dream a lot, quite vivid dreams, often with seemingly coherent plots. But I’m not here to write a novella, so I’ll stick to the relevant part. I had left a function at our community hall and was walking along the edge of the nearby pond. A light drizzle had just recently begun, so the trees and bushes were hung with heavy water drops. Two emerald headed adult ducks and two adolescents, also emerald headed, were setting out from the water’s edge. In waking life only the mallard drake’s head would wear that shining metal helmet, but the poetic license of a dream cannot be argued with. Continue reading Undercurrents Can Kill: Choose Yours Wisely
“You can never get enough of what you don’t really need.”
Recently this photo and caption of Jim Carrey was spread across all the social media on the Internet.
The fact that Jim Carrey is wealthy enough to make this type of statement raised criticism from many and appraisal from some. Here are some comments from one of the websites. Continue reading Will Being Rich Make You Happy?
‘As I walked out the door toward my freedom. I knew that if I did not leave all the anger, hatred and bitterness behind that I would still be in prison.’
Nelson Mandela on leaving prison.
“For 20 years, Nelson Mandela directed peaceful, nonviolent acts of defiance against the South African government and its racist policies, including the 1952 Defiance Campaign and the 1955 Congress of the People. Continue reading Give up Anger and Learn to Forgive