Love always hides the possibility of rejection within it.
No one is exempt.
Now there is no point in analyzing why people reject you. Instead let us try to respond to it creatively. The first thing to acknowledge is the deep pain it costs.… Read the rest
Cartoons are part of a child’s life. Whether watching cartoons is good or bad has been debated much as well.
One of the positive elements said about cartoons is that it helps a child learn words, especially English, at a very early age quite effortlessly.… Read the rest
Respected Teachers and my dear friends,
A warm good morning to one and all.
We all use the word respect quite often. But what does it mean? It means esteem for the worth or excellence of a person.
First of all we should respect ourselves.… Read the rest
No one can live without making decisions. But it is better to say that no one can move forward without learning to communicate decisions. It involves responsibility.
Some try to skip the responsibility of taking decisions by allowing the toss of a coin or some similar gimmick to decide for them.… Read the rest
Prayer is the highest form of communication possible to man!
A better understanding of prayer can help us be great communicators; for prayer is conversation with God. When Jesus taught about prayer (recorded in his famous Sermon on the Mount), he said:
“But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen.
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“I’ve severe inferiority complex. I would like to talk about it sometime”; so said an IT professional to me over phone a few weeks ago. I suddenly felt the pain with which he spoke.
It also reminded me of many other students I had met in my training sessions; who though putting on a brave and confident face on the outside hid a nagging problem of inferiority on the inside.… Read the rest
Changing times do not change timeless truths. As I thought about our speech in daily conversations, this line from St. Paul caught my attention. He wrote,
“If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal.”
This is how he began his short and poetic sketch of true love.… Read the rest