Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Prerana, changing lives.

A person I am proud to have met is Priti Patkar Recently, I was extremely happy to speak to one of the children of the prostituted women, who is married and well settled now thanks to Prerana's efforts and her grit.

This got me thinking about Amir Khan's Satyameva Jayate where Sunita Krishnan talks about prostitution, the oldest organised crime in the world and says "The most difficult hurdle is changing the mindsets of people". Yes, we accept people who have committed many crimes but often do not accept the victims of crimes.. This has to change if our nation has to change.

Do view the links below to understand more..

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Importance of Ethics

In life, one must think whether being ethical is a choice or something we would like to to all the time.. Observations in the country show us in this article how morality began to take a plunge because of immoral leaders, both in politics and business. Everywhere, we must think whether we can play a role and become ethical in all our choices and only then will the world change. Do read Success Sans Ethics at

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Be happy always

Thinking about Comparisons, it could be comparisons of your health with others, comparison of your life style with others, but ultimately in every area of life, there are some people who are better than you and some people who are worse. Let us learn to focus and pray for those who are worse. Automatically, our issues will become manageable then..

The same thing is said in Vedanta...

All happiness in life is beyond the limited consciousness and is experienced when that activity is forgotten. All the delight that comes from response to beauty, love and truth in the world, and from the powers of will, love and thought in consciousness, lie in the Self beyond, when the world and the limited self are forgotten, and time and space have been swallowed up in something greater, beyond their limitations. Beyond common consciousness, in a state better than that limited consciousness, we are, and all clinging to mental ideas about oneself, pleasurable or not, bars the realization of that truth. That unchanging I is ānanda, happiness, the one reality. To know this directly, not by logic, is the high purpose of the Vedānta.

Hope you all also remain happy forever