Mail from our readers, online fans and subscribers
I am a longtime subscriber to LP, which has been a friend, philosopher, and guide to me over the decades. Please accept my heartfelt gratitude for your wonderful article The Purpose of Our Life in the November 2021 issue. I loved reading it immensely!
It also mentions the LP WhatsApp group. Request you to please add me if possible.
Rajesh Gupta, via email
It was indeed a great surprise and pleasure to receive the November 2021 of Life Positive issue in print.The article The Purpose of Our Life by editor Shivi Verma was excellent. It answers the questions which most people ask: “What is the purpose of life?” and “Why did God create this world?” The world is God’s leela (divine play) as our saints say.
This issue is like a Diwali gift. Readers like me would request you and the management of Life Positive to continue printing the magazine as usual. Many have already expressed this desire.
Arun S Dandekar, Mumbai
Prisoners in tanks
The heading As Free as the Fishes in the October 2021 issue of Life Positive is misleading. How can fish be free when jailed in tanks? Fish are free only in rivers and oceans. The article encourages cruelty to fish, and it should never have been published in Life Positive, which promotes spiritual growth. Fish are not ornaments to be displayed in tanks, and their torturous life imprisonment can only result in negative vibrations.
Not being able to swim far and wide, they do not grow to their full potential. They feel as much pain and can suffer worse than us during a strict lockdown. Apart from the obvious lack of freedom, they get confused by the glass. Not recognising it as a barrier; they bump into it and suffer facial injuries. They often die due to neglect as the pump that circulates fresh water in the tank stops functioning during power cuts. They are subjected to unnatural food, temperatures, lighting, and water, which make them susceptible to numerous diseases resulting in suffering and death, only to be replaced.
Underwater jails in our midst represent torture of innocent lives.
Diana Ratnagar via email
LP is integral to my life"
I request you please continue with the printed copies of Life Positive. We oldies keep looking forward to the monthly arrival of our copy of LP, and this has been for over fifteen years now. They have become an integral part of our lives. I always carry my copy with me wherever I go – be it to a meeting, the hospital, or by air travel to another place. In fact many people became subscribers because they would borrow my copy and then fall in love with the magazine.
People like me can’t read e-copies. Please consider the plight of members like us and find a way out so that we keep receiving the printed copy of LP.
With thanks and best wishes
Dr Malti Gupta, via WhatsApp
A power-packed issue
Apropos of the November 2021 issue of the Life Positive, I must congratulate team Life Positive for choosing an excellent cover image. The picture is extremely attractive and a feast for the eyes.
The lead story Searching your soul, talks about something we all do, but rarely do it the right way. We focus on why’s instead of how’s and what’s which leads us nowhere. Sharmila Bhosale has done a good job with this topic lending a lot of clarity to the subject.
Another thought-provoking article was Civility in public discourse. This is much needed in today’s times. We do not mind our language while having a disagreement with a stranger. Profanities fly thick and fast during street fights, and respect flies out of the window quickly when a public spat happens between two people.
The culture of a society gets reflected in how we communicate with strangers or those we barely know. Indians too are fast forgetting these basic principles and need to be reminded about the importance of being civil with one another.
Editor Shivi Verma’s article The purpose of our life was excellent. It shed light on an obscure phenomena related to human existence. If we realise that the purpose of life is much higher than enjoying sensory pleasures or making money, so many of us would not waste our lives in meaningless pursuits.
Krishna Dev Kamboj, Dehradun
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