Rain, Sun and Rainbow

The weather today here in Melbourne, termed as miserable, will qualify as an exhilarating day in India. Nice, overcast, cloudy; freedom from oppressive heat that otherwise seems to tag along the whole year around in most part of India “I beg your pardon, I never promised you a rose garden, Along with the sunshine, there’s … More Rain, Sun and Rainbow

Dilemma of ageing

My first blog now appears to be a bunch of homilies and sermons that you can mock at. Interestingly, I found that the advancing age does seem to give me a license to dish out such homilies, citing the number of Diwalis that I have lived through. Sometimes I can’t help falling into this trap … More Dilemma of ageing

Master of my destiny

Wamnrao Pai, the great thinker, caught my imagination with his declaration: “You are the architect of your destiny” (“Tooch aahey tuza jeevanaachya shilpakaar”). Couple this with another mantra from my spiritual guru, Saint Narayan Bapu: “Work is superior to worshipping God”. How can one master one’s own destiny? How do you reconcile to the innumerable … More Master of my destiny