The August 2018 issue of Life Positive was like a breath of fresh air. The features and the articles were impressive and soul-stirring. Apropos of the article Farewell, Dada Vaswani, the passing away of Dada Vaswani has left a huge void in the lives of many who were touched by this humble and venerable saint. I am sure that even after moving on from this realm to another, he will continue to bless us with love and peace.
Nandini Sarkar’s article Kamakhya to Kanyakumari was quite useful for people who love to travel to such pilgrimage destinations which abound in India and are yet to be discovered by many. It will be a great help to readers if LP could publish more articles on such places.
Letter of the month
The article A pinch of pessimism by Jeny Rapheal, published in the September 2018 issue of Life Positive, was impressive. At times, it is better to be a pessimist while expecting from our loved ones. I have always stuck to my belief that if there is anybody from whom you can expect, it is you. The last paragraph of the article is extremely helpful in understanding this concept: “Danger creeps in when you argue about the legitimacy of your expectations and stubbornly seek for their fulfilment.” How true! Relationships could be much smoother if only we had fewer expectations and were more concerned about what we were bringing to the table, instead of what the other was doing for us. Moreover, the cover story, The complete man, by Satish Purohit, was much needed. The modern world is witnessing a paradigm shift in gender roles. Men are finding it difficult to adjust to this role reversal. Many feel shy to embrace their feminine side since they are taught from childhood that men ought to be only masculine. This article is an eye-opener for men as well as mothers who raise their male kids in an old-fashioned, patriarchal manner. Life Positive, keep churning out such interesting and eye-opening articles. They touch our soul. I look forward to reading such soul-enriching stories every month!
Shipra Singh, New Delhi
I refer to the informative, The taste of life, by Swati Moheet Agrawal, published in the September 2018 issue of Life Positive. The best way to live healthily is to live naturally. Spend more time outdoors, expose yourself to the fortifying rays of the sun between six and eight in the morning, acclimatise yourself to all weather conditions, and walk for as long and far as possible. Live in a natural environment as much as possible.
Mahesh Kapasi, via email
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