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An empowering article
I loved the article Married to Myself by Shivi Verma in the September 2016 issue of Life Positive. This concept should be made a beautiful aspect of everyone’s life. In fact each person should even celebrate the anniversary of one’s self-marriage. Ever since I read the article, the wearing of the wedding ring on my finger every morning as I get ready to go to office, has become a beautiful and meaningful act. What was formerly a rushed, physical action is now a conscious connection with myself. Thank you Life Positive.
Savitha Rao via email
Exceptional cover story T
o be very honest, I rarely read all the articles in the magazine. The September 2016 issue, however, proved to be amazing with almost every article resonating with me. When Karma Meets Grace by Punya Srivastava was an exceptional piece and reiterated several teachings by Nichiren Daishonin, a 13th century Japanese priest, who introduced Buddhism of the Lotus Sutra to the World; “These challenges come not to punish or destroy us, but to give us an opportunity to grow through them, and therefore allow the karma to leave us.” So simple and so profound. The Celestial Google too, was a most interesting article and completely new to me. I was fascinated by the fact that there really is a History of our Souls on record and that we can actually tap into these to understand why things happen in our lives in patterns! I also feel compelled to mention A Living Ganesha – I absolutely LOVED the idea of an eco-friendly idol that could dissolve into dust and sprout a tree from the seeds planted within the deity; why had no one thought of this earlier, before our rivers got clogged with the numerous idols we dump into them year after year? Thank you so much for a wonderfully nourishing magazine!
Mamlu Chatterjee, Kolkata
An issue worth preserving
I read the August 2016 issue of Life Positive magazine by chance and could not put it down, till I had finished reading all the articles in it. The lead story, Follow the mother by Suma Varughese and Salt of the Earth by Fatema Diwan were amazing. I also enjoyed reading, Married to myself by Shivi Verma. My favourite piece however was Been there, done that by Punya Srivastava. I had a very strong déjà vu, when I was trekking to Everest Base Camp on 29th May, 2016. As soon as I reached a river side I felt like, ‘OMG, I have been here before’. I learnt from our team leader Lawang Bhutia that this feeling is called deja vu. I am going to preserve the copy of this issue, just for this article. Roshni Rai, Mumbai.
Corrigendum In the article
How PLR changed my life, in the September 2016 issue of Life Positive, Sudeep Verma clarifies that there was no wrongdoing by his business partner, but rather a difference of opinion and actions that led to a fallout. The error is regretted. -Ed
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