Have you ever reflected on how much your thoughts shape your reality? It might seem like a woo-woo construct but it has been proven repeatedly through psychology studies that we attract we think. Well, really we are only focusing on “choosing to see” things that we believe, hence the outcome. But this can be a powerful force if you tap into it.Read More
Compassion is a topic that I believe is NOT talked enough in our noisy lives. It is generally sidelined to other outrage-driven moments both in media and in day-to-day conversations.Read More
There might be days when you feel a bit demotivated and dispassionate about your life and goals. This is a post to read on one such day.
I found an interesting classification about how to distinguish between types of goals.
Short-effort goals versus Long-effort goals.Read More
Hello friends, I’m excited to be back to Atlanta and thereby to more frequent writing.
I missed my routine and habit of writing daily and can’t wait to get back on the track.
Today, I’d like to share a story about small wins.Read More
Wisdom is knowing the truth. Compassion is knowing the timing.
Spiritual advice is easy to give, hard to follow so your task before dispensing advise is to figure out how ready are they to listen.Read More
Here’s a rather unusual topic on the blog: Relationships.
I am no expert in this but today I’d like to share a few thoughts on relationship dynamics around conflicts.
I am mostly thinking out loud and writing to my less wiser self so this entire passage could be illogical to you or it could resonate very well.Read More
Guilt is an automatic habit that stems from of self-cherishing.
It comes from our self-grasping to guard our reputation as “a flawless human” to others. It’s like an NBA player trying to hide the stat sheet because of guilt. YRead More
There are times and periods in life where it simply stinks to be at the receiving end of bad news.
Bad news aka unfavorable outcomes are dreaded by all of us because they cause unpleasant feelings.Read More
You do not have to be good.
You do not have to walk on your knees
For a hundred miles through the desert, repenting.
I had an interesting thought this morning.
We all tend to have a really harsh critic in us. This critic is judgmental of all of our micro actions and leads the narrative of how ashamed we should be of our mistakes and misunderstandings. This voice goes on and on in listing all the things we suck at currently, how insanely flawless others’ lives are comparatively, how we should aspire to make more money, develop an attractive physique and accomplish all of the massive goals we have. And only then — we are deserving of happiness and fulfillment of human life.Read More