The Case for Forgiveness

How would you like to carry someone else’s baggage for the rest of your life? That too, an unnecessary, discarded one. Not much, I gather, if you have your wits together. Yet, carrying the burden of...

Conflicts in the air

The assumptions we have about others and situations can often steep us in misery and conflict. Punya Srivastava explores why we jump to conclusions and how we can heal from this...

To be or not to be?

The death of Aruna Shanbhag on May 18, 2015, in a hospital in Mumbai, after living in a vegetative state for 40 years, has triggered the debate on euthanasia once again in India. Before we examine...

How I found myself

I remember going to the market with my mother and looking at the swarming crowd with amazement and bewilderment. They surely knew who they were and what they wanted, had clear minds, goals and...

Past in the present

After dredging through many past lives to understand her soul’s journey, Maninder Cheema arrives at the conclusion that dealing with the present moment and its arising emotion is all you need to...