Letter of the month
Believe in yourself
The article Integrity: Guided by the inner light in the November 2019 issue of Life Positive not only gives a wholesome view of what integrity truly stands for but also provides the right perspective from which to view life. Integrity to me is having faith in oneself and holding your ground, no matter what the situation is. There will be times when you require introspection and soul-searching to analyse the path you are on, but that does not mean you start doubting yourself on the basis of what people around you think. If you believe in yourself, then adhere to your principles and to what your heart agrees with, no matter what anybody says.
This article beautifully brings out the real essence of integrity. It is great to read such articles.
Akshita Bansal, Jaipur
A fantastic issue
The article Conquering procrastination—today in the November 2019 issue of Life Positive captures the negative associations such as depression, irrational behaviour, anxiety, and most importantly, lack of self- esteem that are linked with procrastination. Fear of failure is the biggest cause of procrastination. We don’t understand that failure is never fatal. We forget that mistakes can be fixed if we give ourselves another chance. The more stressed you are, the harder it is to live. Don’t be angry with yourself. Move on and focus on what you can do instead.
Another article Sleepless beauty was a fantastic read. Insomnia is a complicated sleeping disorder. Having suffered from it, I can vouch for the fact that fatigue, low energy, difficulty in concentrating, mood disturbances, and decreased performance at work result from acute insomnia. It is great to know that it can be cured without medication. I have been practising yoga myself, and not only has it improved my condition but also my core strength, flexibility, and stress levels.
Lipakshi Pandey, New Delhi
All the articles in the magazine Life Positive are amazing. It was recommended to me by a friend and reading it left me happy and more self-aware. The article Integrity: Guided by the inner light in the November 2019 issue by Nitya Rajagopal was enlightening and said what I truly believe in.
I was also glad to know that we have a vegan school in India! Given the rapidly deteriorating situation of our environment and climate, our future does depend on protecting the health of our future generations and the planet. It’s important for our children to learn moral and ethical values. I like how their curriculum includes humanitarian subjects like empathy, compassion, humanity, and healthy eating habits. It is great to know of such well-intended institutions. I also liked the Mudra column which is so practical and helpful that one can practise the mudras therein while sitting at home.
Nidhi Jain, Pune
A lighthouse like Life Positive
In the November 2019 issue of Life Positive, Naini Setalvad has shown a delightful way to incorporate plants and vegetables in one’s diet through her article A smooth way to good health. I thank her for it.
Editor Shivi Verma’s column Free will and destiny was absolutely divine and shows how gifted she is in her thoughts. I humbly believe Life Positive guards and guides human beings just like a lighthouse that alerts ships to dangerous rocks. It gives the message of hope and brotherhood so we can bond with each other. Looking forward to more delightful and thought-provoking articles from LP.
Tariq Khan via email
The Editspeak A tradition of happiness by editor Shivi Verma published in the October 2019 issue was a fabulous read. It is a great analysis of the human mind’s pursuit of happiness and how we can achieve fulfilment, peace, and our life-purpose.
Ask any human being what they want most in life and they will say happiness. But happiness should not be confused with laughing or grinning. Happiness is basically contentment, but we do not know how to reach this elusive state. Shivi Verma elucidates that one gets the deepest happiness by serving others in need. The act of selfless service brings untold happiness, which is similar to experiencing the Divine and tasting eternity. You may say that there is nothing new about this thought and that we already know this. But the words Shivi has used to convey this sentiment fill you with happiness, stillness and a touch of divinity. It was exhilarating to read this article.
Sudhir Sharma, Batala ( Punjab )
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