The Awareness In “Experiencing”

The cattle were returning after a day’s long graze in the lush green fields. Birds were flying back to their nests and settling well. The villagers though a bit tired, tried keeping their cheer on t

The Art Of Overpowering Anger

“Our friends are so much to the left, so much to the left that they seem to be on the right”, thundered V K Krishna Menon, the first Indian High Commissioner to the UK, taking a dig on all his com

The Word And Its Meaning

“Asthi Kaschit Vaak Visheshah?” Princess Vilasavati asked her newly married, ignorant husband. It means, “Is there any verbal skill in you?” The absence of an adequate reply irked her. Soon sh

Why Think Or Have Thoughts? Can We Give It A Pass?

“Take no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof.” These words of Jesus Christ in the Sermon on the M

To Die, Not To Die !!

The stuttering parrot kept muttering to itself the famous quote of William Shakespeare, “To be, or not to be, that is the question”. Nobody dared to attempt an answer and left the parrot to itse