Love, hate and indifference

This weekend, I was lazily leafing through one of the all time great books (walden) when I came across this quote: 'A man is rich in proportion to the amount of things he can afford to leave alone.' When you think about it, its a profound quote. It doesn't say you are rich if you…

A hero returns

Imagine you are a soldier, returning home after a long and hard battle. As you near home, your heart swells with anticipation, your strides get longer and bells go off in your head. You instinctively touch the gifts you bear for your loved ones and your heart aches for the comforts of home. At this…

Defining moments

Defining moments - you've got to think about them with a bit of nostalgia. Picture our ancestral man walking in the woods completely at the mercy of nature. He worships her and hopes she will be kind to him. He prays, pleads and cherishes nature - for he knows this is her eternal playground and…

An independence day adventure at Sahaj Marg

I got a chance to attend one of the SahajMarg festivals - an independence day bhandara in their parlance. For those who don't know, Sahaj Marg is an unique community which serves to awaken people through their system of raja yoga mediation. An experimental blog on some random thoughts and reflections from my experience... Observances…