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Warriors deserve recognition
The cover story, Warriors of the Light, in the December issue was very heartening to read. All the people featured in it deserve special recognition from the media as well as the government of India.
I believe that it is this kind of people who should be our celebrities and role models and not the stars of tinsel town who make money instead of contributing anything beneficial to society. Unfortunately, since the former do not tickle our fantasies but make us face the harsh reality of life, people do not remember them.
Sulata Arya, Aligarh
LP cutting cost?
I have been reading your inspiring and guiding magazine for many years now.
Today, I suddenly noticed that the pages have become much fewer in number. Is there any particular reason behind this? Or is it a cost-cutting strategy?
I, personally, feel disappointed. You may or may not reply, but I felt that I should bring it to your attention that it has not gone unnoticed.
Deepak Acharya, via email
The decrease in the number of pages of the magazine is very disappointing. We are used to getting a lot of reading material in one issue of Life Positive. Please revert to the original number of pages.
I liked the interview with Dr Pradeep Ullal in the December issue of 2020. Some beings are so advanced that they only need a little assistance from the masters to bloom into their highest potential. I do hope to meet him the next time I visit Karnataka. Please keep writing about such realised masters.
Ranjan Dev, via email
The pages had to be reduced owing to several financial constraints. Please bear with us and promote the magazine as much as you can to help us get over this challenge.
Beautiful September issue
The September 2020 edition of Life Positive was indeed very interesting. Especially the articles The silent soldier and Protected by the Divine.
Both these articles were beautifully written and I could relate to them a lot.
Thanks a ton. Keep up the good work.
Mitali Mahadik , via email
In the December 2020 issue’s Close Encounter, The Kevala Mahayogi, Dr Pradeep Ullal’s mother, Nalini, has been wrongly referred to as Vinaya, and his doctorate was conferred upon him by Washington University and not Yoga Alliance as mentioned in the article. The error is regretted.
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