"The intake by the senses are part of the food that builds the individual. The sounds heard, the sights seen, the tactile impressions sought or suffered, the air breathed, the environment that presses for attention, appreciation and adoption - all these are 'food'. " - Sathya Sai Baba
Parenting is serious business. Children should be fed sweet-nothings through the mouth, eyes, ears and the aura of the house ... If the parents don’t do it, who will?
Puja was a naughty little tom-boy. She loved to play in the street with boys. She played cricket with them and also wielded the slingshot with alacrity. She spoke and walked like a boy. She wore only shorts and Tee’s because she hated frocks and skirts. Her hair was
A king once decided to test the intelligence of his ministers. He announced in court that, he had heard of a very special bracelet, that made a happy man sad and a sad man happy, when he looked at it. The king declared a handsome prize to the person who
Om Bhur Bhuva Sveha, Tat Savitur Vareniyam Bhargo de vasya dhimahi, Dhi yo yo naa pracho dayaot. Endless times, we have recited the Gayatri, which is believed to be the ‘Sarva Shrestha Mantra. Besides its literal meaning, going word by word, it has also been the basis on which the
Freddy, a pious, old man who worked on the land, used to go around always repeating the same expression: “It is easy for one who loves God to do good and avoid evil.” But he had a servant who was very impulsive and often would be heard using bad and