Start Small

31st Jan, 2022 A golden rule of behaviour change is to start small. Don’t try to renovate your entire life all at once (as I’ve tried to do over and over). You’re more likely to make a permanent change if you deal with one area at a time. Start thinking long-term when it comes to […]

Create your own Paradise

30th Jan, 2022 There are enough worries, Open your mind To the positives today, Worries at the start of the day means you are still alive. Debts to pay means u still have a business to run, Clothes that don’t fit you, means you have a good appetite. Tears in your eyes means there is […]


29th Jan, 2022 Enantiodromia is a principle introduced by psychiatrist Carl Jung – that the superabundance of any force inevitably produces its opposite. It is similar to the principle of equilibrium in the natural world, in that any extreme is opposed by the system in order to restore balance. This can be anticipated as well […]

Necessity Becomes a Ritual

28th Jan, 2022 Swamiji had a pet cat, which licked food off all the plates and bowls at dinner-time. So the swami told one of his disciples to tie the cat to a tree nearby till dinner was over, so that the cat would not mess with them. A few years passed. The swami died. […]

False Economy

27th Jan, 2022 I recently spoke with an architect friend about the problems one of his clients was going through. While they had originally interviewed my friend for the project, they wanted someone right away and thought he was too expensive for what they needed. Unfortunately, they currently find themselves buried in costly problems that […]

Happy Republic Day

26th Jan, 2022 Good wishes on the occasion of Republic Day. Republic Day is often thought of as a day on which we celebrate our military might and cultural divergence through the Republic Day parade. However, The Republic day means much, much, more. It is a celebration of the eternal ideals, values and ethos that […]

Who is your Fallback?

25th Jan, 2022 People help you the way they know to help you. To help you to come out of stress, one friend will ask you to drink and another will ask you to meditate. To overcome hurt, one friend will ask you to take revenge and get even, and another will ask you to […]

The Importance of Risk Taking

24th Jan, 2022 The Importance of Risk Taking A lesson from history teaches us how people end up taking undue and the wrong kind of risk due to their habits; Somnath temple was believed to have been built around the 4th century AD. In those days there were no banks, so people used to deposit […]

Control or Care ?

23rd Jan, 2022 I vividly remember an incident that happened a long time ago. Once my son and I had an argument when he was just entering his teens over a trivial disciplinary issue. Harsh words were exchanged leaving both of us upset and in tears. After sometime, as our emotions settled down, we said […]


22nd Jan, 2022 Jim Rohn said, “We are the average of the five people closest to us”. Ask yourself – Are my closest friends and people I associate with a reflection of my value system and my goals for my life? Iron turns into rust, if it seeks the company of the soil. It glows, […]