William Blake

“To see a world in a grain of sand and heaven in a wild flower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand and eternity in an hour.” William Blake Advertisements


A Brute For A Man

What evil dwells in men who lock up their women in golden cages and deny them the freedom which nature bestows upon them the freewill which the lord rests on them  What kind of love justifies binding up feet of their women so they can never walk freely, strangulate their feelings so they never have …


Shedding saline flowy tears Once they tickle no more fears Know that worst has passed  Gloom has just ended at last  Burdens of heart have lifted  All the ache has just drifted 

An Ode To My Daughter

Walk on unafraid without  thinking of The hurt of foes or friends  Be the captain of  Your ship  Sail slowly in the direction  Of  lucky star  Never be in haste  For slow and steady Wins the race  March on fearless  Through the darkest alleys   Carrying the torch of One God above  Fathers, lovers will  Try …

Importance of Detachment

A healthy detachment can lead to a mature and robust relationship. When you genuinely care for a person, you don’t encroach on his/her privacy. You will never trespass on the boundaries set by the person. In the words of great Gibran,

Learning Not To Take Things Personal

Many of us have this weird habit of taking things personally. Let me give you an instance from my life the other day, my husband got up grumpy and started yelling at me. Despite knowing that it has nothing to do with me, I decided to confront him, and the situation got out of control. …

Unsolicited Advice & People Behind Them

“The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool.” William Shakespeare Lately, everyone seems to be knowing what I should be doing in my life. It looks like there are a lot many experts on my life out there. I’ve been getting a lot of advice from …

Practice Simplicity A Short Story

The new disciple is excited when he’s seeing the Master for the first time.  He jumps at the opportunity and curiously asks, “How do you practice Tao, Sir?” “When you are hungry, eat,” thoughtfully the master says, “When you are tired, sleep.” The answer is astonishingly simple to the disciple, as he is expecting something sagacious. …