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I came across the April 2017 anniversary issue of Life Positive at the Ernakulum railway station; a moment I consider providential and a sheer blessing. I enjoyed each and every article as each contained immense value and wisdom.
The way in which the cover story by Suma Varughese, A Serene Success, views success - from an angle outside of its narrow confines of material or academic connotations - is pertinent to the times we live in. The overarching message of the issue that success is what works best for each individual and what gives each person peace and contentment as opposed to the benchmarks set by society, has left a deep impression on me. I would like to be associated with the magazine in the long run.
The April 2017 anniversary issue of Life Positive, on holistic success, was quite enigmatic. I read each and every article twice and found each article to be more enchanting than the previous. I’ll keep this issue with me for my entire life. The Flawless Mirror by Nandini Sarkar depicted how keeping faith in God’s unconditional love has a placebo effect which completely heals the mind. The article, The Perfect Marriage, laid down the spiritual guidelines for a having a successful conjugal life. In the article, A Serene Success, by Suma Varughese, I was moved by her and Nina Lekhi’s success stories. Both of them infused their endeavours of writing and entrepreneurship with spirituality to achieve holistic success.
Suma Varughese’s interview of Sr Shivani, Cultivate Success of the Soul, added a sparkle to the issue. So did the articles, The Complete Man on the humble superstar Amir Khan and Abhishek Thakore’s How to fail successfully. Jamuna Rangachari’s perspective on failure's role in achieving success was brilliant. Long live Life Positive. Hoping that forthcoming issues will be ever more charismatic and enchanting. Swagatika Mahapatra, Mumbai Learning from tribals Nabanita Deshmukh’s article My land, Our World in the April 2017 issue of the magazine was impressive. It beautifully describes the holistic success of tribal people. Infact, this is what our ethos, culture or dharma states, which is nowsadly confined only to these tribals. A lot has to be learnt from them. Modernisation, urbanisation and globalisation has taught us much and made us what we are today. But we are bearing its consequences too. It is time now to ponder that in a race to achieve more materially, what great valuables we have left behind. Convey my thanks to the writer and keep publishing more such articles. Geetanjali Rath via email Empowering mindfulness I eagerly await the arrival of Life Positive with much curiosity every month.
Shivi Verma’s cover story, Being in the Now, published in the May 2017 issue touches the pertinent topic of mindfulness. Only the present moment can transform your life as only that is at your command. The past is dead and the future is uncertain. Awareful, mindful, and conscious living is the only tool for enriching and empowering your life. Your success, wellness, peace, health, happiness and wellbeing - all depends on mindfulness.
Ashok Aggarwal via email
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