In the last week our country has gone through so much. Fear. Distrust. Massacre. Violence. Hatred. Religious intolerance. Once again, the government of the day has taken it's citizens for granted. … [Read more...] about Where Is The India I Knew?
Religion and Spirituality
He realizes that he's being followed by the police and he tenses. Pulling his car to the side of the road, he rolls down the window. A policeman approaches. He begins to mutter, "I know that I was … [Read more...] about Seeing The Light Through Rest #MondayMusings
Having spent a lot of time among Jesuits, I'm fascinated by Ignatian Spirituality. I've also followed Vanita's writings on the Loyala Press website. This is why I jumped at the chance to read and … [Read more...] about Small Simple Ways
There's so much to do and apparently so little time to do it in. Last week, I told you of our recent Sisyphus moments. It's times like that, that make you feel low and forget who you really are - … [Read more...] about Making The Space To Be Ourselves #MondayMusings
The other day José and I had an interesting discussion about prayer. He was wondering why people go around asking for prayers while others keep offering to pray for someone else. He found this … [Read more...] about Why Pray? #FridayReflections
The winds of Grace are always blowing, we need only raise our sails. - Sri Ramakrishna Grace and gratitude. Two words that carry with them a lot of meaning for me. I've written about them … [Read more...] about The Winds Of Grace #MondayMusings #MondayBlogs