January 2018 Letter of the Month Reflective writing I congratulate Shivi Verma for her column, Quitting successfully, published in the November 2017 issue of Life Positive, which I highly resonated with. Just like her, I was weak in mathematics and formal sciences, and liked political science and English. I worked for a decade as a lecturer but, being a victim of power play, was deprived of better job opportunities. I sat for state administrative exams but couldn’t clear them, while those I tutored went on to secure government jobs. I opted out of a career in journalism after a decade, with the same feeling as hers that it was not my thing. I now work to promote good governance in my state. I have faith that, like Shivi, I too will find my calling in life. Her column was a reflection of my life’s journey. Hats off to her writing. Janakiballav Dash, via mail LP embodies divine love As a reader of Life Positive since the last three years, I have observed that each issue of the magazine is becoming better and striving to ensure the emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being of its readers. Each issue is replete with tips that make our lives healthier and happier, which is why I read every issue from cover to cover along with previous issues. Suma Varughese’s column All the more reason, in the October 2017 issue, is so deeply ingrained in my thoughts that whenever things go wrong, I chant to myself her mantra, “All the more reason to keep trying.” Her column alchemised my tough moments into happy ones. Another beautiful article was The desert god by Nandini Hoon. I felt as though I was travelling with her. I read the article several times because of its joyous energy. I also felt happy to read the tribute to Louise L Hay, whose philosophy has deeply inspired me and helped me. Shivi Verma’s cover story, Shine your light, published in the November 2017 issue of the magazine, kickstarted my week positively as I could personally relate to it—especially inputs by Suma Varughese and Susan Jeffers, as well as the priceless tip, “If you are feeling sad or moody, just own it.” Melissa Nazareth’s heart-wrenching interview with Aarti Raheja, My son, my guru, touched me deeply. Immediately after reading it, I placed an order for Aarti's book. It is exemplary how she found a way to come to terms with her grief and share it with the rest of the world. People like her are the beacon of light we must look up to when life gets tough. I also found Melissa Nazareth’s Healing cancer with herbs, a very informative and useful reference which I intend to share with those who are in different stages of cancer. Spiritual books are treasure troves of metaphysical experiences but are rarely reviewed or come under the spotlight. But these treasures are now being unearthed for the first time by Life Positive and I cannot help but say to the whole team, “'Take a bow, embodiments of Divine love.” Swapna Raghu Sanand, Noida Scintillating article Shivi Verma’s lead story, Shine your light, published in the November 2017 issue of Life Positive, boosted my self-confidence manifold. Although I was academically brilliant, my social interactions were limited. I believed that I was low in confidence. I have a spiritual bent of mind, and after working for 35 years, I am finding the journey of life interesting and rewarding. Connecting with the higher Self through meditation, living in the present moment, letting go of the outcome, and thinking positive are all contributing to my spiritual journey. Congratulations to Shivi Verma for her brilliant and insightful article. Sudhir Goyal, via mail
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