Striving toward happiness is our very nature. But that doesn't mean you won't experience sorrow. In fact, sorrow is an important part of your pursuit of true and everlasting happiness. If you live life, sorrow will occur. The more you live, the more you love, and the more deeply you live and love, the greater … Continue reading Learn To Live With Sorrow, It’s A Gift
If you don't know, I am also a part-time coach. I love sharing whatever little I have and you can check what all I coach from the coaching section of this blog. My coaching session is based on pay-what-you-want pricing strategy. It’s a pricing strategy where a participant pays a desired amount for a given commodity, including zero. Giving … Continue reading Why I Love The PAY-WHAT-YOU-WANT Idea?
I came across this wonderful message on the internet. Couldn't resist sharing it with you all.
Moving on seems impossible at first. One may feel like they will never get over their relationship. This blog post is for everyone out there who doesn't think they will move on. I assure you, that's part of the process. The moving on process will take time, probably longer than you might think. I am … Continue reading The Art And Craft Of Moving On
The poem—by the same name as the title—by Og Mandino has become my DNA. It seems he wrote it for me only. But in fact, he wrote it to inspire all of us. I will persist until I succeed. I was not delivered unto this world in defeat, nor does failure course in my veins. … Continue reading I Will Persist Until I Succeed
It's said that the road to success is a long one and you succeed when you reach the end of the road. This is bullshit, as per me. I believe that you're successful; irrespective of the destination. If you're walking, you're successful. If you're alive, you're successful. It's all in the mind. Success is a journey, … Continue reading 0-110: The Success Story Of A Failed Blogger
Every child is a genius and is gifted. It's only about realizing that gift, and parents can be instrumental in doing so—big-time! I visited Ranjit Jha for a project and got quite inspired by the walls in his home. He never stops his child from painting the walls. In fact, children need a huge canvas … Continue reading Don’t Stop Your Child From Doing This
Little random acts of kindness can go far. These little acts look little but their ripples are really big. I was in this queue at the less-than-10-items counter and there were few senior citizens behind me. As soon as I saw them, I requested them to go ahead. They were joyful but shocked! One elderly … Continue reading Let’s Hold Their Hands As They Did For Us Once
Although, the thought in this blog post belongs to me, the title was given by my dearest school friend Minu. Some are really fortunate. They're born, and don't get old. Death takes them into its arms, hugs them tight before getting old. My sister-in-law was terminally ill and was brought back to home last night. … Continue reading Death Can Be Beautiful
Mission RISE: Rural India Solar Electrification is one such initiative that proves this fact. It’s one of its kinds of initiative in the nation that is entirely funded and managed by the people, for the people and of the people. It all started in 2014 when I went on a no-money walking pilgrimage with two … Continue reading The Power Of Common Man: How A Group Of Individuals Electrified An Entire Village