Posts Tagged with: "progress"

Judging

Judging

Unless your vision is constantly the vision of the Divine in all things, you have not only no right but […]

Progress on the Path

Progress on the Path

Sweet Mother, when we make an effort to do better but don’t see any progress, we feel discouraged. What is […]

A Call to the Youth of India

A Call to the Youth of India

The Standard Bearers of a New Humanity Our call is to young India. It is the young who must be […]

The Secret of Good Governance

The Secret of Good Governance

(Review of the book, Lee KuanYew: The Man and His Ideas by Han Fook Kwang, Warren Fernandes, Sumiko Tan, Singapore […]

In Either Case

In Either Case

(A hundred years ago, India was like a raft in a rocky sea in the middle of a storm — […]

Piecing the Puzzle

Piecing the Puzzle

In an article in the Deccan Chronicle (6th January, 2010), the author M.S. Swaminathan expressed his view that “only science […]

The First Step

The First Step

Not a single day this year has gone by without the newspapers reporting on rapes, murders, robberies, scams, political turmoils. […]

To Know Oneself

To Know Oneself

All spiritual disciplines lay a great stress on self-awareness and self-mastery. But its importance is not confined to spiritual seekers […]

Staring Down Droughts

Staring Down Droughts

In just seven years, with a modest one-time investment, BAIF, Dharwad (Karnataka) has lifted 10,000 people to good lives. It […]

The Good and Bad of Obsession

The Good and Bad of Obsession

Of all the hours we have in hand, if one was to observe sincerely, it would turn out that many […]

A Task Unaccomplished

A Task Unaccomplished

(A hundred years ago, India was like a raft in a rocky sea in the middle of a storm — […]

The Beginning of the End

The Beginning of the End

Has science reached its final limits? This is the subject of debate in prominent scientific circles. The atomic void has […]

The Ideal of the Karmayogin

The Ideal of the Karmayogin

(A hundred years ago, India was like a raft in a rocky sea in the middle of a storm — […]

Education for Perfection

Education for Perfection

Our religions have proclaimed from the very beginning that each human individual is to be regarded as a spark of […]

A World of Change

A World of Change

I have nothing to do with America other than the fact that some of my family resides there. I have […]

Walking as Tirtha (pilgrimage)

Walking as Tirtha (pilgrimage)

‘You road I enter upon and look around.  I believe you are not all that is here, I believe that […]

Old Age

Old Age

Why this joy, this gladness, when the world is forever burning? O you who are enveloped in shadows, why do […]

The Sage

The Sage

We should seek the company of the sage who shows us our faults, as if he were showing us a […]

Righting the Wrongs

Righting the Wrongs

A well known Indian composer recently released a song as a contribution towards eradicating poverty by 2015. A reality show […]

Today’s Imperative

Today’s Imperative

What are we to do today? The question arises because every day, almost every one of us thinks, on reading […]

Imperfections and Yoga

Imperfections and Yoga

Most of us, at some time in our life, feel the call of the Spirit, the wish to enter into […]

Difficult is Good

Difficult is Good

A casual statement overheard recently stated that ‘Life is so difficult when you begin to walk on the Path. It […]

The New Birth – The Decisive Step

The New Birth – The Decisive Step

… when people tell me, “I would like to know whether I am in contact with my soul or not”, […]

Going from Useless to Useful

Going from Useless to Useful

Walking the Path is a serious issue which can take many pages to delve into and expound upon. One believes […]

The Science of the Supernature

The Science of the Supernature

There is technology and there is Science, just as there are techniques and there is a Principle, or there are […]

Evil

Evil

In the two worlds, in this world and in the other, one who does evil grieves. He laments and suffers […]

A Land of Children Dancing in the Rain

A Land of Children Dancing in the Rain

One often hears of the high prevalence of child labour in our country. Of the many reports I have read, […]

Unceasing Effort for Progress

Unceasing Effort for Progress

“The delight of victory is sometimes less than the attraction of struggle and suffering; nevertheless the laurel and not the […]

A Year-full of Opportunity

A Year-full of Opportunity

2004. The year that was. We could with a sweeping glance recapitulate all the world events – but enough will […]

Beyond the Edge

Beyond the Edge

The sight of Indian actress Urmilla on the rooftops of the old city of Lahore is a sight for sore […]