Tag: beliefs

It’s all good

It has been almost three months since I last wrote a blog post. A rather intense three months. SInce the last blog, my father died in another country, I decided to get a casual job (3 months into my “based on your scans, you… Continue Reading “It’s all good”

Death … and then what?

This seems to be a topic most people don’t want to think about.. I love talking about death and the afterlife. I find it the most inspiring and uplifting topic, but there are not many people who are open to discussing it. There are… Continue Reading “Death … and then what?”

Being open

What does this mean? To be open? I have been reading Michael A Singer’s book “The Untethered Soul’. I have been reading this book sporadically for many months. My sister recommended it to me months ago and I bought it, but it is taking… Continue Reading “Being open”

I heard the owl call my name

I heard the owl call my name is the title of an exquisite, very short book by Margaret Craven. It is the story of a young priest who doesn’t have long to live and is sent to minister in an Indian Village in British… Continue Reading “I heard the owl call my name”

When I loved myself enough

“When I loved myself enough. I began leaving whatever wasn’t healthy. This meant people, jobs, my own beliefs and habits – anything that kept me small. My judgement called it disloyal. Now I see it as self-loving” (From When I Loved Myself Enough by… Continue Reading “When I loved myself enough”