We are told to think big and grow big. Only thinking big gives one the kick-start to be on the path of great achievements. PP Wangchuk reports.
Years ago, Mohd Rafi sang in Pyassa, 'Ye duniya agar mil bhi jaye to kya hai.' (Even if one gets this world, what is there in it?) Shahajahan built Taj Mahal in 22 years, and soon his own son Aurangzeb imprisoned him. Taj Mahal is still standing after 400 years but Shahajahan is not. Ravindra Kumar reports.
People all over the world tone-up their physical bodies to keep them fit and sturdy. Medical science says our muscles become less efficient if not flexed regularly. Hence, people go to gymnasiums, yoga classes, etc to remain strong and supple. Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj writes.
I have an experience to tell you. It was 1955 and I was in the second year of my course in aeronautical engineering in Madras Institute of Technology. A team of students was working on a project, designing a low-level attack aircraft. APJ Abdul Kalam writes.
King Bhartrihari was a legendary king of India. Savant, scholar and benevolent monarch, his was a golden period.
Most of us are caught in the web of worldly delusion. We are unmindful of the lurking dangers and are content in the bondage of materialistic life.
Success means many wonderful, positive things. It means personal prosperity, a fine home, vacations, travel, new things, financial security and giving your children maximum advantages. David J Schwartz writes.
It is a common belief in this world that nothing can be achieved without struggle. So if one wants to be at peace, just become a master of the self and in the process get rid of all hardships without any struggle. Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj writes.
Recently, in a TV debate, the topic was: ‘The rising graph of evil in society and the possible ways to reverse it.’
Spiritual laws tell us how we can find happiness and eventually attain self-realisation.
Forgiving is an art, not a belief. You need to forgive for yourself, for your development. When we don’t forgive others, we are punishing ourselves. Imagine when your hard words can make others cry, what effect they could be having inside you from where they are originating. Divya Kapoor writes.
The ability to laugh is a wonderful gift that we human beings are blessed with. It is said some animals too have this laughing ability, but we are not very sure.
Fear is our worst enemy. It keeps on taking toll of our peace of mind. Sometimes, it is based on just figments of our imagination. This happens when we tread immoral grounds and do not follow the path of truth.
Today we all are so dependent on the Internet that it is almost impossible to think of life without it. There are many similarities between humans and the Internet. Our brain is like computer terminal. What do we store in this computer? What do we download into our mind? Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj writes.
There are moments in our lives when we are at a loss of direction and hope. But there are also moments when we have a complete clarity of where we are headed and what we are meant to be. Shivani Ahuja reports.