Letter of the month
Two articles in the August 2020 issue of Life Positive—Bright Idea! (light bulbs out of plastic bottles) and Pits Of Money! (water harvesting)—were very interesting to read.
I am involved with two ashrams in a place 150km from Mumbai, where we train people on health and self-development—a system developed by our Guruji. Being located in a remote corner, we face a lot of trouble with water and electricity. We don’t have electricity, and it is very costly to get cables laid to start power supply in our area.
I liked the information shared in the articles mentioned above and would love to contact the innovators of these creative ideas to get their help. There are many other villages which can be helped too.
Shyam Balani, via email
Apropos of the article Ethical Economics in the August 2020 issue of Life Positive, author Suma Varughese has boldly brought out the truth of high-profile honchos parading as CEOs of big corporate companies. They are paid sky-high salaries to dupe the poor public.
Essentially, the business schools are responsible for teaching unethical economics to innocent students by charging them unaffordable fees. The general public is ignorant of these designs and does not have the guts to criticise them for their unethical practices.
Rajendra Kumar Palhan, Former GM, Indian Railways
I enjoyed reading the article The Witness in the August 2020 issue of Life Positive. We all have a role to play in life, and destiny decides who should be with us in this role. Often, we have to travel alone, and it’s important to make the most of it. Comparisons are often cause for depression! Editor Shivi Verma has put it very well in her column.
Madhavan Nambiar, via WhatsApp
Battling the tsunamis of life
The combined issue of April, May, and June Life Positive 2020 was excellent. It gave us great pleasure in the time of the lockdown when it was most needed.
While reading the article A tsunami in my heart, some thoughts came to my mind. In our life, we face a number of small and big tsunamis in the form of problems, difficulties, and bad situations. We get drowned in miseries, sadness, depression and, sometimes, anger and hatred.
Let us learn to face these problems calmly and boldly.We have no control over the tsunamis occurring in the sea or our life. We must accept them before we can swim out by embracing the spirit of courage. Let us help people facing similar problems and difficulties.
A S Dandekar, Mumbai
A rich harvest of happiness
I was gifted Life Positive magazine by a friend of mine when I complained to him about the financial and emotional difficulties I was facing due to the pandemic and the prolonged lockdown.
Initially I felt what could a book or a magazine do to help me overcome my problems, but as I began flipping through the pages of the combined issue of April, May and June I came across plenty of articles which filled me with renewed hope and the faith that I had the power to change my life for the better.
Articles like Small sangha big support, Staying positive through the pandemic, The vital power of Self-work, One of a kind and The Maitrya arrives gave me the strength to not give up but go within myself to look for solutions.
I began to meditate and see vlogs on self-growth and spirituality. I learnt that I actually never enjoyed the job I was doing and this was perhaps the time to do what I was passionate about. I have now shifted to my hometown in Deoria and have begun to take interest in my agricultural land. I am finding plenty of peace and solace in the work that I am doing and will perhaps reap a rich harvest of organic rice and mustard in the coming months. Thank you Life Positive.
Suresh Tiwari, via email
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