Around 8th century CE, a saintly philosopher lived in Kerala, the southern part of India. Due to his notoriously strange behavior and lifestyle, he was called as ‘Naranathu Bhrandan‘ or ‘the mad man of Naranath‘. But through his odd actions, he strived to convey great messages to laymen. Waking up… Continue Reading Oblivious to the Obvious
Every one wants to succeed, but very few actually are ready when the opportunity presents itself. How important it is to be ready always for the challenge.
Our spirituality revolves around many myths and misconceptions. How can we grow out of them and be truly spiritual in every sense of the word
Are we like the fox in the story who jumps for undeserving things? Here is a thought on that
Though dramatic change in fortunes is uncommon, we have all felt the invisible hand of chances controlling our lives.
A young man, looking very stressed, boarded the ferry-boat with all others. Though there were empty seats in the boat, he preferred not to sit. After a minute, he started pacing inside the boat. An old man watching this grew curious and asked, ‘Why are you pacing inside the boat my… Continue Reading Wait for it….
It is almost time for the human race to embrace the spiritual self inside and evolve into spiritual beings.
Aesop’s fables tells the story of the race between the Hare and the Tortoise. But more than just a children’s tale, the story has many inherent philosophies
Some assert that the new year resolutions are imperative to bring about change. But I feel certain revelations are better than resolutions..
With decorated trees, carols and Santa Claus, the beautiful season of Christmas is here again. It also reminds the philosophical story of three wise men who traveled from the east to worship Jesus. Indeed time flies by very fast. It was in the Christmas season of 2017 that I choose to… Continue Reading The Wise Men’s Christmas
Does the words that we use have the potential to change our reality? If so how can we use it to our advantage? The blog tries to provide an answer.
Some people are unhappy in spite of all the riches they posses. Despite all the miseries, some others maintain a positive attitude towards life. Why such a paradox?