Month: August 2019

Practice Paying Forward

By Aruna / August 25, 2019 / 6 Comments

We can see this quite clearly with traffic on the road. We stop and let some stranger out and they join the traffic flow.  Then later when we need to make a turn onto the road, someone else – another stranger will let us in.  Of course, if we have the ego mind-set and think:  Why should I let him/her in?  Then we know that further down the line no-one will give us an inch or a finger of help when we need some co-operation, no one will give way. 

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Expectations Become Future Resentments

By Aruna / August 11, 2019 / 4 Comments

Expectations are a funny thing!  Isn’t it often the case that things happen that you ’don’t necessarily expect’ to happen?  And don’t things happen that you ‘do expect to happen’, that is that you ‘want’ to happen!  Is it as simple as thinking about something that causes that thing or event to happen?  Can we just ‘will’ something to happen?  Or is there some other mechanism underlying this conundrum?

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Fixing a Broken Heart

By Aruna / August 7, 2019 / 6 Comments

“To fall in love is awfully simple, but to fall out of love is simply awful.” Bess Myerson.To ‘fall’ in love is simple.  Why?  Because gravity says so!  But to pull one-self out of the pit of pain, takes time, courage and self-respect.  Although hearts can be broken due to a number reasons, we will focus on the heartache caused because of the loss of a loved one which could be due to divorce, separation or death.

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