Lock down Activity

What To Do When You Don’t Have To Do Anything?

We never thought we are going to die. But now we are thinking we are also mortal and subject to death. Death not at a distant future but it could be in the immediate future. Thanks to Corona Virus – Covid 19 disease, we are in this situation. This thought should bring a huge shift in our minds about how we see life and how … Continue reading What To Do When You Don’t Have To Do Anything?

Obituary of my Father

An Obituary of My Father Who Died at the Age of 84

“A boy’s first hero is his dad.” Loss of parents is tantamount to living on the Earth without Earthing. This is why it is called Earth Shattering. Our foundation in this world is our parents. When they are no more, we feel groundless. This is more so grave when the association is of more than 50 years. On the 9th of this month, I experienced … Continue reading An Obituary of My Father Who Died at the Age of 84

Pyayer Meet

Are You Ready for Your Prayer Meeting?

We all are going to die one day. This is an undeniable truth, whether we like it or not. In a civilized society, there is a tradition to have a prayer meeting after someone dies. The purpose is to pay homage to the person. Everyone known to the deceased person assembles and pay their homage. Learning can and shall happen from anywhere. I happen to … Continue reading Are You Ready for Your Prayer Meeting?

Existential Distress

Existential Distress – Why You Need to Wake NOW?

Existential Distress is the term I learned from the podcast titled ‘The Man Who Studied 1,000 Deaths to Learn How to Live’ by Tim Ferris with BJ Miller. The meaning of these two words is:  Existential distress at the end of life has been defined as hopelessness, a burden to others, loss of a sense of dignity, desire for death or loss of the will … Continue reading Existential Distress – Why You Need to Wake NOW?