Secrets of a good marriage

Mending The Cracks: The secret to a long-lasting marriage is understanding the concept of togetherness.
In olden days, most marriages would work because couple didn’t question their togetherness

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Mount Holyoke in Jaipur!

Finally, after over a year of working, the MHC Alumnae Symposium is here. In Jaipur this weekend. Alums from all over the world coming together. At Jai Mahal Palace Hotel. For a weekend of talks, laughs and love. So proud of the work we have done together.

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Jasmine perfume in Madurai

A Sufi saint was asked what forgiveness is. He said, “It is the scent the flower gives out when it is crushed.”

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Telling the future from your cellphone?

Synchronicity operates on the principle that two seemingly unconnected incidents, upon deeper observation, are connected. Carl Jung and Nobel prize-winning physicist Wolfgang Pauli came up with this idea. Pauli said that numbers spoke to us.

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The Y Studio Fountain pen

This may well be one of the most beautiful fountain pens you will behold and use. It is tactile, has girth and weight and the ink never dries up, thanks to its heavy duty cover. The only problem? You won’t want to take it camping lest you lose it. So this object with a very specific purpose may not be the purpose you use it for.

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Milk Lady in Bustle’s list

Thank you, Bustle, for including my book in your self-care list 15 Feel-Good Books To Read On A Self Care Break ByKRISTIAN WILSON2 days ago ‘The Milk Lady of Bangalore: An Unexpected Adventure’ by Shoba Narayan Recently returned to India from the U.S., author Shoba Narayan befriends a milk vendor named Sarala, who blesses apartments…

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Embracing the goddess within

“Dakini represents the feminine energy in Buddhism,” says Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpoche, 57. “It is a raw naked cognizance, like a baby: unaltered, uncontrived, unfabricated, uneducated.”

It is a broad statement, so broad as to be quite meaningless to me. In this age of #metoo, what is the role of “feminine energy,” even one that is about 5000 years old and lauded, quite contradictorily as one of Buddhism’s most fundamental yet subtle truths?

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