Learners for Life

By Soumya Bharathi

“The capacity to learn is a gift; the ability to learn is a skill; the willingness to learn is a choice.”–Brain Herbert At 87, my grandfather is blessed with all the above and also an insatiable appetite for learning. The pandemic might have slowed everyone down but not him, as he juggles between his various…

Should you hunt for wellbeing and happiness?

By Snehashree

Snehashree Guest blogger On the same trip, my next stop was Leh. I had to stay a week, visit my grandmother and then move upwards to meet my grandfather in the monastery. My grandmother broke her hip, and Mackeri took care of her in exchange for a few bucks. When I went to my grandmother’s…

Your First Thoughts on Wellness

By Snehashree

Snehashree Guest blogger The real trouble comes when attempting to make the right statements. Very few people can speak their minds, but then some really do know how to. But for making the right statements, one would need to think right. Appropriate thinking is considered to come normally to all. But, this part of the…

Learning to Navigate Emotional Hurdles: An Essential Life Skill.

By Soumya Bharathi

Soumya Bharthi Guest Blogger “Go within, every day and find the inner strength so that the world will not blow your candle out.” ―Katherine Dunham At some point in time, this light had vanished for me. I was a new mother battling post-partum depression, a wife and a daughter-in-law trying desperately to fit into those…

A Journey to Our Well Being

By Snehashree

Snehashree Guest blogger The wellbeing of beings is a mighty task, For keeping beings well is not easy. The delicate mind needs stories, but pauses, too. Too many stories can make you neurotic. Pauses, too many, can make you ignorant. The world has lost the balance and so, indeed, the wellness of beings. Souls loiter…