Category Archives: Practical spirituality
I assure myself that because I can breathe now, I can in the next minute as well. I act as if it is seamless and yet between each breath lies my life’s guarantee, between exhale and inhale can my story be finished. Flared out lungs may not necessarily contract in and yet I act as though they have come with a promissory note. Continue reading
If we don’t have anything to mull over about the past and get caught in the cycle of guilt & shame mostly, laced with pride and satisfaction occasionally or think about future with worry, anticipation and hope, mixed with anxiety … Continue reading
Is human love towards Divine so compartmentalized and so selective that we are capable of ignoring the Divine present all around us and instead worship our chosen form of God or formless God (as per our religious affiliation) with selected verses of prayer handed down to us that begs to relieve the pain we cause to ourselves through our ignorance? Continue reading
It’s 5 AM. I am sitting in front of a blank page not knowing what to write. I don’t want to do the usual – pour out the events of yesterday, nor do I want to write about what I … Continue reading
Will you allow Hope to whisper in your ear? What is she saying? Can you hear her?