A Mindful Antidote to a Pandemic

April 25, 2020

We live, as Charles Dickens may have verbalized, in the worst — also the most turbulent — of times. It is, however, hard to imagine that the great writer could have visualized the sinister COVID-19 tempest. In the present context, the foremost thing that each of us could do is to make —...

The Virtue of Silence in a Modern World

May 21, 2016

In today's mad rush for instant materialistic nirvana, silence has practically ceased to exist. We all know much about noise, because noise has become part of our being. Not silence—as our consciousness, or philosophy, would want us to know, observe and, also, if possible, practice. In today's...

Building Bridges: A Spiritual Approach

February 05, 2013

How Spirituality can contribute to resolve conflicts 'We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience' – Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. We customarily measure the cost of any conflict/violence or disaster, natural or...