I spent most of today decorating an 18" photocopied gingerbread design that my granddaughter brought with her this weekend. She brought it home from school about two weeks ago, but her mother never did anything with it. So when Jenny came out for her regular weekend visit, she brought it along and it is due tomorrow. Ouch ... I felt that dig right off. Over the years, being an artsy &…
No doubt you have heard how dangerous negative thinking is. Negative thinking has been blamed for all kinds of illnesses, like depression, anxiety, cancer and diabetes. Bad thoughts are also responsible for many ruined relationships and cases of drug abuse. But if negative thinking is so bad, why do we all practice it? Why are we all so good at it?
First of all for us all regardless of our cultural diversity and uniqueness, i wish you all a wonderful day tomorrow and every day. For those who celebrate an actual Holiday, Thanksgiving and those who do not, may your day be one that never ends. To be in a position to be filled with Gratitude and Thanks is a blessing for each of us and the World as well. All too often we must be reminded by way of holidays to…
We should understand that just as the body suffers from small troubles like headache, cold, etc. to more serious ones like cancer, kidney failure, etc., so too, does the mind suffer from ill health. Our ancient Ayurvedic Texts have spoken about these. While bodily afflictions are called 'vyaadi', mental afflictions are called 'aadi'. Further, in Srimad Bhaagavatam is found a sloka that says, 'in Kali Yuga many people will be mentally afflicted.' From this, we learn that our… Continue
Added by Ravishankar.G on November 18, 2010 at 12:30pm —
the Saints are walking in the Holy Parade
playing the music we hear
whispering and singing and shouting and screams
within our dreams
wanna play ?
charades is the game of choice
in this game we call life
i pick up the blade, the knife
i attempt to consciously disengage
my consciousness . . .
the Spider Web of Doctrines and Beliefs
and the Foods of my…
From time to time, Sri Sri Swamiji has been writing on topics of spiritual significance which are very much relevant in today's context.
If there is one topic that has confounded the smartest of scientists even today, it is most certainly the 'human mind' - An artifact whose nature and working has been studied and researched on since ages, and is continuing till day....
Interestingly, the mind is the key to the treasure-chest called… Continue
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Added by RAshad on November 10, 2010 at 10:12am —
The Power of Love ❤
Love is Power Love is Wisdom Love is Truth
True power is Love and True wisdom is Love
It is a Divine law that brings us all together
Without the force of Love there is nothing
Love is the energy of Life
With Love we become immortal
Within the Heart of Love
Love is our Power
We are all One
Love is All ❤
We have fallen into this gutter of Family Life. It is out of sheer compassion that the Guru’s lean down to look at us. They tell us, "Oh! Child! You have fallen into this gutter. Let me help you out of it!"
But, what does the man inside say?
He says, "Oh! Swami! You desire to lift me out. But, what if you fall into it while trying to lift me out?"
This is because he is unable to develop faith in the Guru.
Dear friend hope you all are doing fine. Please check the recent updated
photo's on my page to see the Traditional Hand Embroidered Shawl on
World class Silky fabric HDO trained 2 thousand sixty nine (2069) poor
women and now they are earning and supporting their families
and children. HDO sale many kinds of hand made stuff for fund raising for
activities. Like hand made scarves, shall, table covers available… Continue
Added by RAshad on November 7, 2010 at 8:00am —
The first aspect that came to mind here for me to you is the “Analogy of a Seed” . . . .
The Seed is plucked from a fruit from which it was spawned, to be left alone and dried. Not being aware of the path that lies before it, it just lies alone, drying up, losing it’s fluids, what seems to be all of it's "vital-ness". Then it's hopes are rejuvenated as some warm hand touches and gathers it. Thinking it is in for something better… Continue
DEEPAVALI or Diwali means "a row of lights". It falls on the last two days of the dark half of Kartik (October-November). For some it is a three-day festival. It commences with the Dhan-Teras, on the 13th day of the dark half of Kartik, followed the next day by the Narak Chaudas, the 14th day, and by Deepavali proper on the 15th day.… Continue
Added by Ravishankar.G on November 5, 2010 at 1:30am —