I watched an interview excerpt of legendary Thich Nhat Hanh from the Oprah Winfrey show. I’d share it later in this post. Besides all the wonderful things I gleaned from it, what struck me was that even Hanh would feel sad. Once again, I have accepted that it’s ok to not be ok. So, accept it, cry over it, if that helps. And move on. That’s my mantra. What’s yours?
Meanwhile, I found these lines on the internet and I just had to share them with our community.
Here’s your weekly dose of fabulous ideas, terrific life hacks and mindful living truths. I have curated a list of blogs by os.me bloggers to help you live life well.
Enlightenment: Have you struggled to answer the burning question: What is enlightenment? It is when a pot recognises that it was born of clay, will end up as clay, and is nothing more than clay. Read this blog by Varsha to understand the profound truth, simply.
Easy Ways to Feel Better: We all have those days when we feel low. Try out these practical tips by Rajeet Singh to feel better during those tough days.
Power of Positive Mindset: Chandrika Sharma lost her father when she was barely a teenager. For many years, she suffered depression silently, pretending to be happy. She says she couldn’t imagine the consequences that awaited her.
Jail Adventure: Roma Tambaku and her friend went cycling to a picturesque lake… And ended up in jail… errr… jail complex. This is a fun story. Read it and smile.
Be a Buddha in the City: Sona Om’s blog is full of wisdom and conversations we all need to hear. Here’s to discovering our ‘Aha!’ moment.
The Dance of Life: “Think of a game of dice. If you roll the dice and strategically plan your moves, there is a chance of winning, but even if you have the best strategy, you might end up losing. On the other hand, if you refuse to roll the dice, you will never win.” Pause and read this thought-provoking blog by Samarth Khanna.
Routine and Habits: Developing habits is excellent. But routine is equally essential, writes Hetal Sonpal. He makes a solid case for having a routine and offers tips to stick to it.
धैर्य: Patience makes life easier, writes Aditya in this flash blog. What do you think?
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Wisdom from Om Swami
Why do Good People Suffer?: Good things happen to bad people and bad things happen to good people all the time. Why? Well, the answer to a question that has haunted the greatest minds is in this article by spiritual leader Om Swami.
Wu Wei: Letting Good Things Happen: I understood the true meaning of Wu Wei— the action of non-action — through this insightful blog. Spiritual leader Om Swami explains, “Whatever we want, we have to create the conditions for it.” Here’s the secret to getting what you want!
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