Death Can Be Beautiful

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 home last night. Doctors … Continue reading Death Can Be Beautiful

This Is What I Like The Most

I am not interested in small talk. I want to talk about atoms, death, aliens, sex, magic, intellect, pain, the meaning of life, happiness, why are we here, where are we going, faraway galaxies, technology, the lies you have told, your deep secrets, my failures, love affairs, childhood, stories, your hopes and dreams, insecurities, fear, … Continue reading This Is What I Like The Most

Understanding Death The Vedic Way

Though the ordinary man looks upon death with dread and sadness, those who have gone before know it as a wondrous experience of peace and freedom. Every one of us is going to die someday, so there is no use in being afraid of death. You don’t feel miserable at the prospect of losing consciousness … Continue reading Understanding Death The Vedic Way

My Parents’ Death Was My Best Teacher

My parents died, expired or as I say left their physical bodies in 2015. The last two months that I spent in the hospital were the best lessons for me. I had a sense that they're dying but little I knew that their last days would teach me some of the best lessons in life. … Continue reading My Parents’ Death Was My Best Teacher