Hail brother, for yet another victory we jointly scripted by ousting those enemies from our motherland, the feat which surely calls for the celebrations as I can sense the joy in the platoon with the merriment dancing around the bonfire… it feels so privileged to be a part of the reason of that celebration…isn’t it?
Thursday, February 26, 2015
Saturday, February 21, 2015
Never ever presume things in the relations, the silence in the relationship deafen the love within making way for the grievances. Take the time and the effort to speak and clarify coz the words indeed are the bridges to let the love flow effortlessly.
~Shubh Life...OM Sai Ram
Friday, February 20, 2015
Thursday, February 19, 2015
The world is a beautiful place for sure, but it really makes me ponder as to why different people are blessed in different manner to strive and survive in this beautiful world. Why are there so many classes, so many privileges and so many differentiations that govern the lives of those who dwell in this beautiful world? There are some who have the luxury of residing in the lavish homes, while there are others who find their haven beneath the shadow of starry sky; there are some who are served with the choicest of the delicacies, while there are others who find their hunger sated from the leftovers; there are some who are adorned with the branded apparels of highest grade, while there are others who just manage to cover themselves with whatever they get. Some may refer it the outcome of past birth deeds, some may call it the culmination of karma philosophy and some might just shrug & move ahead saying there are indeed better things to look and ponder about.
Sunday, February 15, 2015
Negativity always breeds the negativity. The hatred within or outside will always come back to you, directly or indirectly, as it follows the laws of the universe - everything that goes out comes back.
~Shubh Life . . . Om Sai Ram
Friday, February 13, 2015
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After finishing the daily chores, I sit in front of the mirror combing the hair and as I look up to see myself, the reflection I see astonishes me altogether for what I see is not me but a deformed piece of flesh with the lust marks of my wild husband all over. The reflection prompts me to ponder and retrospect as to who am I and what’s my existence to him, a recreational object which during the daytime serves food to him on the table and during the night gets served to him on bed.
Sunday, February 08, 2015
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***Our random thoughts ramble freely devoid of any ‘ifs and buts’ and keep on scaling new heights epitomizing our desires and aspirations. The moment they face the test of reality, the fall and are about to break when the ray of hope help them to stay afloat***
Random thoughts - playful and frolic
Climbing new heights being enthusiastic
Carrying half born DESIRES in their womb
Unaware of the realities so dark so gloom
Friday, February 06, 2015
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Thursday, February 05, 2015
Book Details. . .
· Title: Ramayana: The Game Of Life - Book 2 (Shattered Dreams)
· Author: Shubha Vilas
· Genre: Mythology
· Publisher: Jaico Publishing House (2015)
· Pages: 404 Pages
· Rating: 4/5
Behind The Book. . .
Shattered Dreams is the sequel to the national bestseller, Rise of the Sun Prince, in the new spiritual and motivational series Ramayana - The Game of Life. Twelve joyful years have passed in Ayodhya since the wedding of Rama and Sita at the end of Book 1.
Now, in Shattered Dreams, Shubha Vilas narrates the riveting drama of Rama’s exile. Through tales of Rama’s unwavering and enigmatic persona, the book teaches us how to handle reversals positively; through Bharata’s actions, it teaches us to handle temptation; and through Sita’s courage, to explore beyond our comfort zone. This complicated family drama provides deep insights on how human relationships work and how they fail.
With Valmiki’s Ramayana as its guiding light, Shattered Dreams deftly entwines poetic beauty from the Kamba Ramayana and Ramacharitramanas, as well as folk philosophy from the Loka Pramana tales, to demonstrate how the ancient epic holds immediate relevance to modern life. Experience the ancient saga of the Ramayana like never before.
Monday, February 02, 2015
The worst of the pain of separation is the pain of parting with oneself. The realization of the same might take time to come but when it comes it dooms you completely. This is why and where Introspection assumes greater importance. Spare few moments from your daily lives to contemplate your thought and actions & the reflection which comes would surely be the truest and purest of all. At the minimum, it will make you the better person to live with.
~Shubh Life. . .Om Sai Ram