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25 glorious years of Life Positive
Here’s my morning nutrition from the article A Serene Success by Suma Varughese in the April 2021 issue of Life Positive. It says:
“We are meant to be successful in the process of living, and every other success has to emerge from that. In the Bible, Jesus put forth a simple but succinct formula for success: ‘But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.’ If enlightenment seems too drastic a remedy, at least get your ethical base clear. Righteousness should be the foundation upon which to build your success edifice.”
This is the 25th anniversary issue of the magazine. Do care to read it.
Dr Kiran Bedi, former LG, Pudducherry
A great issue
The April issue is really a great one and worth preserving, as it is representative of LP’s journey from 1996 to 2021.
Since its inception, LP has been in safe hands and has, over the years, steadily contributed to strengthening our deep spiritual roots as well as spiritual journalism. The day will come when we will fly on golden (50 years), platinum (75 years) and diamond (100 years) wings. We may not be there at that time but LP will be there—not only till 2096 but beyond that too. It is like a divine spring which will never dry up. I am a regular reader of LP for the last couple of years.
The mashaal (torch) of Life Positive will continue to be passed on to the safest hands and the wisest minds and souls, as till now. People go but the values and the systems nurtured remain. Till now, the journey of LP has been well taken care of by Parveen Chopra (1996-2004), Suma Varughese (2005-2017), and presently, Shivi Verma (since 2017). All the three are enlightened souls and minds. I salute the founder of LP, Chairman Aditya Ahluwalia, a great divine and philanthropic soul.
The great masters too have continuously blessed LP and its team on their journey and continue to do so. Every issue of LP is unique and special, and focusses on some worthy subject. I specially convey my thanks to the present editor of LP, Shivi Verma, and her team.
Ashok Aggarwal, via email
Hearty congratulations to LP for completing 25 years of a holistic and inspirational journey with the readers.
It’s indeed a noteworthy achievement in the present times. My journey with LP began in 2012 at our college library, and, over the years, LP has become a true friend, giving me guidance and positivity through its various insightful and enriching articles. I have felt many a times that every home must subscribe to LP. It’s a treasure trove of articles that both the young and old would enjoy and benefit from.
The messages from Sister Shivani and Swami Mukunanada in particular are beautiful and convey what LP has been doing over the years. I am sure that with such warm support and guidance from the masters, LP will climb greater heights and continue to spread positivity and sunshine in the lives of many seekers around the globe.
Wishing the entire team great success in the coming years.
Roopa Rani, Coimbatore
It was a pleasure to read the silver anniversary issue of Life Positive. Each of the 12 articles were rare gems and especially relevant to the present difficult times. The article by the former editor-in-chief, Suma Varughese, Music of the Night, dealing with depression, was timely and thought-provoking as all of us deal with the mental and physical challenges caused by the pandemic.
My congratulations to you and your team for bringing out such wonderful articles on different topics. I am sure that under Shivi Verma’s leadership, Life Positive will grow from strength to strength in the years ahead.
Madhavan Nambiar, via email
Suma’s words are ‘enough’
The article The Culture of Enough in your March 2021 issue has given me the much-needed insight into life and where and when I need to say “no.” I’m now clear that saying “enough” symbolises our determination towards pursuing our dreams with passion and achieving the purpose of our life instead of focussing on material things.
I retired from service recently and was not sure how I would spend my time purposefully and happily. Suma’s words have provided me with the answers.
Thanks to Shivi Verma and Suma for the same. Looking forward to more such articles.
Gayathri Venkat, Coimbatore
Learning to listen
I am a regular reader of Life Positive. For me it is a priceless intellectual property. LP does not stand for Life Positive only, rather it is a “Life Partner” of people. It is a very good source of awareness, spirituality, morality, and etiquette.
Apropos of the article Listen (March 2021), it is an informative and interesting analysis of the listening process. No doubt listening is not a one-way traffic. In this regard, our great Guru Nanak Devji has said in his Gurubani,
(As long as we are in the world, we are bound to listen something and say something).
Many congratulations to you and the author Annesha Banerjee.
Dr. Daqshan Singh
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