A pristine Mai Loi, unsoiled by muddy paths on a dark rainy night, is delivered by her husband Kabir to a grocer.
So, she can sleep with him to repay their debt...
The story of The Four Candles.
Darkness breeds fear. But so long as there is Hope ...
... Peace, Faith and Love can be rekindled again in Life.
‘What do we work for?’ Rosh reflects, when his son tries to buy an hour of his time.
For money, or for the ability to spend our time & money with our loved ones...
"I want Happiness," a man had once asked Buddha.
Watching Nainital from China Peak, Rosh remembers Buddha, and receives secrets of peace and happiness.
Becoming the Good Samaritan helps Rosh understand, what Jesus had meant in the Christian parable ...
And what Gandhi said was the purpose of religion in our own lives...
Is initiation by Life superior to parental guidance?
Insightful story of a painter who refused to ordain his own son in his ways.
Was the experiment successful?
What is mine? What is yours? Is it borrowed wealth or real capital?
What is this world, this life? These possessions, these relationships?
Insightful Sufi story...
Like Head and Tail, two sides of a coin, does man have two sides too?
Are people good or bad, or is it all in the eye?
Insightful story with pointers from Kabir
Are parents like the playgrounds?
Milestones you have passed in your journey of life. And subsequently forgotten…
What kinship do we have with the world, asks Kabir, haman duniya se yari kya?
Kabir’s sufi Ghazal: Haman hai ishq mastana, haman ko hoshiyari kya explained.