When We Shake Off Rituals From Religions

When we shake off rituals and customs from religions the same vibration of meaningfulness and spirituality can be realized in all of them. Rituals and customs only provide architecture to a religio… Source: When We Shake Off Rituals From Religions Continue reading When We Shake Off Rituals From Religions

Meri Baat Aur Hai Maine To Muhabbat Ki Hai

Tum Mujhe Bhool Bhi Jaao To Ye Haq Hai Tumko Meri Baat Aur Hai Maine To Muhabbat Ki Hai Mere Dil Ki Mere Jazbaat Ki Keemat Kya Hai Uljhe Uljhe Se Khayalaat Ki Keemat Kya Hai Maine Kyun Pyar Kiya Tumse, Kyun Pyar Kiya In Pareshan Sawalaat Ki Keemat Kya Hai Tum Jo Yeh Bhi N Bataao To Ye Haq Hai Tumko Meri Baat Aur Hai Maine To Muhabbat Ki Hai Zindagi Sirf Muhabbat Nahin Kuchh Aur Bhi Hai Zulf-o-Rukhsar Ki Jannat Nahin Kuchh Aur Bhi Hai Bhook Aur Pyaas Ki Maari Huii Is Duniya Mein Ishq Hi Ek Haqeeqat … Continue reading Meri Baat Aur Hai Maine To Muhabbat Ki Hai

Meditation With Sound Of Brewing Coffee

(The following excerpt is taken courtesy the New York Times) “Approach making your coffee the same way you approach meditating. Be completely here and now in the present moment, centering your attention exclusively on what you are doing and feeling. Being mindful of how you make your coffee shows you how to be mindful in every part of your life.” — Gloria Chadwick, the author of “Zen Coffee: A Guide to Mindful Meditation.” Smell the aroma from the coffee grounds as you put them into the coffee filter. Breathe in their deep, rich, intense fragrance. As you pour the water … Continue reading Meditation With Sound Of Brewing Coffee

A Glimpse of Black History in U.S.A

(Pic.Juvenile convicts at work in the fields, 1903. Library of Congress/John L. Spivak) What happened after slavery in the United States was abolished in 1865 Here’s how it worked. Black men – and sometimes women and children – were arrested and convicted for crimes enumerated in the Black Codes, state laws criminalizing petty offenses and aimed at keeping freed people tied to their former owners’ plantations and farms. The most sinister crime was vagrancy – the “crime” of being unemployed – which brought a large fine that few blacks could afford to pay. Black convicts were leased to private companies, … Continue reading A Glimpse of Black History in U.S.A