July 2013

connected
July 31, 2013

NO ISOLATED ACTIONS

One day Nasrudin was walking along a deserted road. Night was falling as he spied a troop of horsemen coming toward him. His imagination began to work, and he feared that they might rob him, or impress him into the army. So strong had this fear become that he leaped over a wall and found - Read More -

July 28, 2013

LOST WHERE I BELONG

This gem of a song got me at the first line haha… “Staring at an empty page….again” The story of my life as a writer/website blogger ;) Hope you enjoy this tune! <3

come together
July 27, 2013

UBUNTU

Ubuntu (South African Philosophy: “I Am Because We Are”) embodies the spirit of human kindness…of looking after one another. In the words of (the great) Nelson Mandela, “Ubuntu does not mean that people should not enrich themselves, the question therefore is: Are you going to do so in order to enable the community around you - Read More -

young monk2
July 27, 2013

SADAT THE SAGE

There was a famous sage called Sadat who lived high up in the Himalayan Mountains, far away from humanity. He choose a simple life and spent most of his time meditating. People from all over the globe would travel for days on end to meet him and ask for his advice. Once such a group - Read More -

pollution pic
July 25, 2013

OUR ENVIRONMENT

Traveling around Asia has been a wonderful and educational experience…and truly exhausting! I looked up and realized that it has been some time since I’ve updated the site. Yikes! It’s 12.41am in Singapore currently, and I’m just returning from a few days in Malaysia. The inspiration behind this post is the horrible haze that I - Read More -

dolphins dive in
July 15, 2013

DIVE IN!

Don’t wait any longer. Dive in the ocean. Leave and let the sea be you :) -Rumi     Photo source: dolphins at play :)

balance and peace
July 13, 2013

PRIDE ANGER AND FEAR ARE THE INNER ENEMIES OF EVERY WARRIOR

A young Japanese archer took great pride in the excellence of his marksmanship with a bow and arrow. Having read a lot of Zen stories and receiving some basic training on mindfulness, he soon came to the conclusion that he was a true master of archery. So he decided to travel to a remote mountain - Read More -

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