The holy Cross as the symbol of Christianity reminds us of the crucifixion of Christ on a fateful Friday to be resurrected again. Apart from this, the mystic symbol is also suggestive of the entire essence of Christianity like love, forgiveness, sacrifice, surrender to God and living in Spirit. MN Kundu writes.
Holi is the festival of colours. It is celebrated on Phalgun (Purnima) which comes in February or March. Kiran Sabharwal writes.
To make life meaningful and purposeful, one has to be conscious of the fact that one has a duty, a purpose to perform before bidding adieu. PP Wangchuk writes.
Scientific research on positive thinking found that if people’s self-esteem was already high, it worked on their minds and bodies. However, if their self-esteem was low it did not have as much of an impact, because their predominant thinking style throughout the day was negative.
I have taken five reasons why people don’t have faith in the existence of God. The first reason is the low or nil success rate of our prayers, writes Ajit Kumar Bishnoi.
If there’s one thing that I’ve learned about life, it’s that one shouldn’t pity those who know how to overcome obstacles in life, writes Rajesh Krishan.
Deep within us is our soul, full of light, love and peace. While the soul wants to enjoy its state of bliss, it is held back by the mind’s incessant need to satisfy its desires.
All of us are on some or the other journey of finding the purpose of our essential being. Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj writes.
Each one of us is stressed in our own ways. And we lose our energy and time in fighting stress day after day. As a result, we suffer as stress is harmful and it prevents us working with zeal and will.
There is a non-stop thought process in our minds. One thought is closely knitted and joined to the next and they don’t leave our mind unoccupied even for a second. As a result, we risk missing a part or the entire message when someone talks to us.
Sri Ramakrishna could feel the pulse of the people, their spiritual whereabouts and their obsession for worldly pleasures in spite of unending suffering. Accordingly, he prescribed the remedy.
Suffering is as much a part of life as joy is. As mere mortals, we struggle to get out of the life cycle that necessarily means we are caught in a vicious circle of never-ending misery. PP Wangchuk writes.
The 14th day of every lunar month or the day before the new moon is known as Shivarathri. Among all the 12 Shivarathris that occur in a calendar year, Mahashivarathri, the one that occurs in February-March, is of the most spiritual significance. Sadhguru writes.
International Women’s Day is celebrated every year with an aim to empower women. However, do women really need a day for empowerment, or are they born empowered beings? Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj questions.
I believe most of us pray; and suspect even the so-called atheists pray or would have done at one time or the other in their lives.