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Salute to mothers’ divine strength
The article Mother’s bhakti, son’s shakti in the January 2022 issue of Life Positive was very touching. Last month was a very trying month for us as a family, as my son fell sick. He is a medical student, and visiting the government hospital daily for his practicals could not be avoided. He caught an infection and had to manage for a few days all by himself. But he came home later, and as parents, we nursed him back to health. Hence, I could relate to every bit of this article so much.
Truly, I feel that as mothers, we get the inner strength from the Divine to tide over the situation. I salute all mothers and caregivers who put aside their own comfort and become a pillar of strength during the most challenging times. Thanks, Ganesh Pai, for sharing your experience.
Roopa Rani, Coimbatore
Light on homeopathy
It is rightly said that in life, most complex situations have the simplest of answers, and we must believe this. Thank you, Mr Rishi Rathod, for conducting the extremely useful interview, The miracle man of homeopathy, with Dr Jayesh Sanghvi, in the January 2022 issue of Life Positive. I request you to kindly send the PDF of this article, if possible, so that I can circulate it.
Dr Kamlesh Dabhi, Junagarh
It was a pleasure to read the January 2022 issue of Life Positive. I would especially like to compliment Rishi Rathod for the excellent interview with Dr Jayesh Sanghvi, the renowned homeopath, He has explained very nicely how homeopathy works and also the relevance of homeopathy for the prevention and treatment of Covid.
My best wishes to Team Life Positive as it transitions to the digital version
Madhavan Nambiar, advisor
First-class first issue of the year
Thank you, Team Life Positive, for once again giving us awe-inspiring articles in the January 2022 issue of LP. Every issue acts as fuel for my mind and body. No doubt, all articles deserve praise, but, in particular, I want to mention Dr Jayesh Sanghvi’s interview, The miracle man of homeopathy, which was an eye-opener, especially as he combines his medicines with sincere prayerful intent of love and genuine concern for the well-being of every patient.
I also deeply understood the article, Swabhava and Swadharma, by Ajay Kalra, where he explains that we should be aware that our swadharma (duty) is based on our swabhava (our natural tendencies, unique to each one of us). I truly appreciated Suma Varughese’s article, Cherish your elders. Her teachings are pertinent on a day-to-day basis. Similarly, I enjoyed reading about how to deal with our emotions in Megha Bajaj’s All Is One.
Looking forward to future issues eagerly.
Gitika Kaji by email
Need for ‘senior citizen articles’
The editorial piece Owning my unhealed parts by editor, Shivi Verma, in the January 2022 issue of Life Positive was extremely impressive. I liked how she introspects on her own behaviour. It’s not easy to be one’s own critic! The need to heal oneself is so important.
Jamuna Rangachari’s article on the NGO which works for funding the marriage of girls from underprivileged homes and the one on Gulabi Gaon was also very good.
All in all, it was quite a good issue, though there is room for further development. A section or a few articles for senior citizens may be added to the magazine to make it more inclusive.
Radhika Sridharan, via email
A gentle reminder
Be gentle with yourself by Charles Shahar in the January 2022 issue came as a powerful reminder to me, to be kind, not only to the world but also to my very own self. The reverse quote, “Do unto yourself as you would have yourself do unto others” kept ringing in my head. I was able to relate to every passage of the article, as if it were my own story. Not only did I learn to identify the habit, but the article also taught me how to break free from the toxic pattern of pulling ourselves down. I am thankful to Life Positive and Charles Shahar for sharing such a valuable piece with the readers. Best wishes!
Mona Verma, Virginia, USA
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