Neither Friend Nor Foe - Insightful story with English translation of lyrics & meanings of
- ‘Koi dost hai na raqeeb hai’ sung by Jagjit Singh, and
- Its reprisal ‘Na suboot hai’, sung by Sachin Limaye
Lying works, and is good for us. When we do it well, we get what we want. If we don't get what we want, we know that we need to improve on our lying skills. More lying practice is needed. That's why we lie all the time.
Tests conducted in 2002 by Feldman, showed that students told three lies on average per ten minutes of conversation.
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?
Interesting Story: The Two Non-Dualisms
Shankaracharya’s Unqualified Non-Dualism Nirvisheshadvait compared with Vishisht Advait, Ramanuj’s Qualified Non-Dualism
Insightful story: This Too Shall Pass
Shakir taught the Sufi fakir that fate doesn't care whether a person is good or bad.
Life is about constant change.
Insightful story: Giver Or Taker
You need the giving mindset, not things, to give away something.
Twice, Bill Gates is given a free newspaper by a poor paperboy.
Insightful Story: My Vivid God
With translation and meanings of Punjabi Song ‘Sahib De Rang Neyare’
A grateful heart is happy, as it overflows with wonderment.
Spiritual Story: The Good Samaritan
Being good is risky. So, what was Jesus’ message in that Christian parable?
What is the purpose of religion in our lives?
Insightful Story: Are You A Leaf Or Root?
Tyler Perry’s Tree analogy.
His tree test classifies people into three types: Leaf People, Branch People & Root People
Interesting Story: 9 Schools Of Hindu Philosophy
The 6 Astik - Mimansa, Vedant, Nyay, Vaiseshika, Sankhya & Yog.
The 3 Nastik - Charvaak, Buddh & Jain
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