Rajgopal Nidamboor
The writer is a physician and a doctorate in philosophical literature
My Stories
When balance brings harmony Our philosophers and thinkers have always extolled the virtues of balanced restraint, as opposed to rigid self control.
The importance of instinctiveness All of us think that we are nothing but a reflection of our thoughts, emotions and responses. This may not always be the case.
The unflinching power of resolve When we are plagued by trouble, most of us think that things will be fine, sooner than later. This is primarily our modicum of belief, or ‘faith principle,’ that’s rooted in our emotional prism.
Don’t depend too much on ‘heroes’ We all have our own set of ‘heroes’ — not just from folklore, mythology, fables and fairy tales.
Forget the past and embrace the present It is all right to believe that one should always keep one’s feet on the ground and not float in the air after savouring a thumping victory or success.
When poor become rich, all will benefit It’s just the other day that I chanced upon this persuasively titled book — God Wants you To Be Rich.
Your power to choose the best path Life is never without a challenge. The reason is simple — some things work at times, while some don’t. Some objectives, if not intent, likewise, reach the high point, while some end up in failure.
The eternal radiance of our being We sense, we sight, we smell, we touch, we hear, we taste, and so on — and, yet, we don’t always bestow our mind’s eye, or ‘I,’ for such subtleties.
Let meditation be the sport of life Illness of the mind, or body, reveals how our systems work — and, why loss of balance often leads to a breakdown.
Harmony in the midst of turmoil Most of us, despite our best efforts, feel out-of-sync sometimes.