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Archive for August, 2007



The perfect Daughter-in-law in three weeks flat


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Daughter-n-law and Mother-in-lawWhen I came across this piece of news I thought this information needs to be shared with all women who have marriage on their life plans either immediately or in the near future.

Though nuclear families are the order of the day, the mother-in-law phenomenon still looms large. Just when we thought the mother-in-law daughter-in-law relationship was undergoing a makeover with the changing times, I read about a company that is launching a course which is going to groom would be daughter-in-laws to build better relationships with their mother-in-laws.

Karma and Destiny


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BuddhaEvery time I heard the story of the Buddha in the years that I was growing up, I always wondered, what did he find out when he became enlightened? What did he say when he opened his eyes under the Bodhi tree? Fortunately, late in my adulthood, many years after my initial curiosity, I did have an opportunity to find out those first words of the Buddha. Even more fortunately, I was now old enough for these words to make some sense to me too.

‘The Buddha’s first words after enlightenment were these: “Seeking but not finding the house builder, I traveled through the round of countless births. Oh, painful is birth ever and again! House builder you have now been seen. You shall not build the house again. Your rafters have been broken down; your ridge-pole is demolished too. My mind has now attained the unformed nibbana and reached the end of every kind of craving.” (Dh. 153-54.)’
(www.vipassanadhura.com)

The assumptions we make in marriage


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Happy coupleIt was around six in the evening. I was sitting in an ice-cream parlour, patiently biding my turn to be served. From time to time, my eyes would involuntarily turn to the middle-aged couple sitting across me, happily dipping into each other’s bowl of nuts and ice-cream. Suddenly, the man decided to spoon some ice-cream into his lady love’s mouth but just at that moment she raised her hand and accidentally hit the spoon which fell with a loud clatter to the floor. All heads turned to watch them but the man just bent, picked up the spoon and leaned over the table to plant a kiss on his companion’s forehead.

From where I sat I could see a faint blush spread over her cheeks and it was impossible not to notice her happiness. On an impulse I walked on over and told them how good I felt just watching them. They invited me to join them for the celebration of their 30th wedding anniversary! And before long I became friends with a couple in whose company,I experienced the comfort of just being myself. Some couples are like that. Being with such people is like partaking in a symphony of joy.

ON SCREEN - Die Hard 4


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Die Hard 4Film : Die Hard 4
Starring : Bruce Willis, Timothy Olyphant, Justin Long
Director : Len Wiseman

Looking for speed, thrills, chills, fights, and some intensely gripping moments on screen? Then Die Hard 4 will live up to all these expectations and more.

The movie sees the reprise of a beloved and iconic character: John McClane (Bruce Willis). All the action takes place on the Fourth of July weekend, when an attack on the vulnerable United States infrastructure begins to shut down the entire nation. The mysterious figure behind the scheme has figured out every modern angle…but he never figured on McClane – the old-school “analog” fly in the “digital” ointment. Though he isn’t completely savvy about and at ease with the New Age wizardry and gadgets, he relies on just plain ol’ fashioned action, to achieve his ends. And apparently in a situation like this, his fists, brains and bravado are about the only hope of the nation.

Call of the Himalayas


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Garhwal HimalayasThe Himalayas have been associated with meditation, tranquility and spiritual progress for ages. Even the stories of our rishis and munis contain references to the years they spent in tapasya in mountainous forests. What reinforces these images is an actual visit to the Garhwal Himalayas, wherein such spots are pointed out as the spot where Shiva and Parvati got married, the spot where Ganesha was given his elephant face, others as the place Karna gave away his shield and protective earrings, the place where Narada received the divine gift of music and so on. On such a visit, it appears one is actually within whispering distance of the Gods themselves.