The first step is to stop projecting your moods on to the other person. Then witness this phenomenon, writes Pratiksha Apurv in Speaking Tree, New Delhi, India, July 18, 2016
The Master-disciple relationship is a transforming one, says Praktisha Apurv. Published in Speaking Tree, India, on March 12, 2016
Pratiksha Apurv received the National Artist Award for her painting, Cosmic Balance, on March 10, 2016; reported by the Hindustan Times, India.
Article 36: The genus ‘Homo’ is the youngest twig from a 2.5 million year old branch from a 4.6 billion year old tree, a seedling in a 13.8 billion year old universe. You and I are a recent leaf, or maybe a flower, on that twig!
Article 35: During the present Ice Age, temperate zones are alternately covered by glaciers, during glacial periods, and uncovered during interglacial periods, when the glaciers retreat, like the period we are living in right now.
Article 34: The Pleistocene is characterized by the presence of large land mammals, like mammoths and mastodons. This period also sees the evolution and expansion of our own species, Homo sapiens.
Article 33: During the Pliocene, large polar ice caps start to develop. Some apes come down from the trees and start to exist on the plains in Africa. Australopithecus afarensis, like Lucy, lives in East-Africa.
Paul A Philips researches the concepts of heaven and hell, and wonders, "The question is, if people keep coming back lifetime after lifetime then how come is it that they never went to heaven or hell in between lives?"
Only a psychopath could read someone else's lies from their teleprompter with such feigned emotion. Video by The Corbett Report, published July 21, 2016.
A couple, newly returned from the West, are present. The man says that whenever he has to deal with authorities - for example to get a visa - or even sees a policeman, he feels tense.
From the BBC series 'India on a Plate', about the Irani cafés of old world charm in Mumbai that used to be hugely popular. Published June 29, 2016
Fourth article in the BBC series 'India on a Plate', on the popularity of international and in particular Chinese food in India. Samar Halarnkar writes on BBC on June 27, 2014.
We heard of many Guru Purnima celebrations worldwide - here some glimpses of the one held at Oshodham in New Delhi.
Captivating video by Jeremy Bennett, one of Canada’s most prolific experts and speakers on stress and anxiety.
Q: How is it possible that the mind can go on producing thoughts constantly, and how can we stop that which we have not started?
... in ways you've never imagined. Carolyn Gregoire of The Huffington Post interviewed Nicholas Carr, author of 'The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains'. Published October 9, 2015.
Srajan writes about his and Pravina’s search for a new home, starting with a visit to north Florida, full of various surprises.