Story: Buddha, Merchant and Khir (Source: Google Baba) Lord Buddha was camping outside a village. The news of him acquiring ‘The Divine Knowledge’ had spread like jungle fire. Wherever he went people came in large numbers to have a glimpse of him and to get his blessings. A rich merchant of the village met him one day. With folded hands, he requested Lord Buddha to teach him The Divine Knowledge. He
“Train people well enough so they can leave. Treat them well enough so they don’t want to.” – Sir Richard Branson Introduction The human life cycle refers to the various stages of development that humans go through from birth to death. While there can be slight variations depending on cultural, social, and individual factors, the typical human life cycle includes the following stages: Infancy, early childhood, adolescence, adulthood and end of
Story: Saint and King (Source: Google Baba) There is an old story about a famous saint who stayed in the deep forest and was visited one day by a renowned king who had travelled hundreds of kilometres to see him. The king came to the great saint’s dwelling and was directed to the saint’s room, which was in the attic. He entered to find the master living in a room
“Diversity: The art of thinking independently together.”― Malcolm Forbes Introduction In today’s age, we live busy lives, trying to strike a balance between work, school, hobbies, self-care and more. Often, our social connections fall by the wayside. But connecting with others is more important than you might think. Social connection can lower anxiety and depression, help us regulate our emotions, lead to higher self-esteem and empathy, and improve our immune systems.
Story: Zen Master and Thief (Source: Google Baba) There was once a very popular Zen Master, due to his virtue and his skillful delivery of talk. There happened to be a thief among his fellows. This person would steal things once in a while. Whenever he was caught, the Zen Master would counsel him & then ask his fellows to forgive him. This went on for a while until the