Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Pearls of Wisdom: Joy, Osho, Mother Nature and Roots and Wings

By Upendra Mishra Growing up in a small farming village in North India taught me a lot of things. Nature was everywhere. If we wanted...

Pearls of Wisdom: Vashistha, Buddha and Warren Buffett

By Upendra Mishra Some of my friends who know me well also know my fascination with Bollywood movies and songs, Yoga Vashishtha, Upanishads, the great...

Pearls of Wisdom: When Your Thought Becomes the Master of Your Life

By Upendra Mishra BOSTON—Indian scriptures are amazing treasures of wisdom. I often wonder what was going on in the minds of those Indian sages thousands...

Pearls of Wisdom: Birds of Same Feather: How Friends Change Your Life?

By Upendra Mishra In the end, we become like the company we keep, the close friends we have, our family members and  spouse or people...

Pearls of Wisdom: Comey, Trump, Humbleness and Bhishma

By Upendra Mishra Former FBI Director James Comey raises some interesting questions about President Donald Trump in his soon-to-be-released book: A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies,...

Pearls of Wisdom: The Virtue of Being Selfish Versus Self-Centered and Self-Obsessed

By Upendra Mishra During my university days, I had fallen in love with the writings of Franz Kafka and Albert Camus. I remember I would...

Pearls of Wisdom: The Truth, The Self and You

By Upendra Mishra More and more I read Upanishads, they reveal something new, something so simple and still so profound. With single-mindedness, they paint powerful...

Pearls of Wisdom: Your Five Worst Enemies

By Upendra Mishra I have often wondered about enemies and friends. I must acknowledge, however, that I never had any personal enemy—I mean an individual...

Pearls of Wisdom: Decontrol, Enlightenment and Deeper Happiness

By Upendra Mishra We live in our mind. No exception. Whether we are in our comfortable abode or in the forest, in a happy or...

Pearls of Wisdom: Accept the Almighty Death, Make it Your Friend and Live Freely...

By Upendra Mishra Only after we cross our teenage and enter our twenties, we start to think about death—but may be not necessarily about our...
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