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Finding the Discipline to Do What You Love

Posted by Smita Kishore on

Doing what you Love is not easy. Like everything else, it requires patience, hard work, and discipline. The only difference is, it doesn't always feel like work when you're passionate about what you're doing. But no matter how much you Love what you do, working 12-16 hour days daily, no sleep and constantly growing to-do lists take their toll!
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The Morning Night

Posted by Smita Kishore on

As I awaken in the morning night
I feel so strongly thy inner Light
My energy pure and untouched by the mind
And all of the things in my day that I find
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I see in this moment the truth of Being
How I feel is simply a matter of clear-seeing
Thy Presence alone cannot be harmed
It's only thy mind that causes alarm
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For who I am is eternal and pure
It's the image of I that cannot endure
These opinions, thoughts, ideas and beliefs
But thy Spirit is beyond this blinding deceit
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For I am Light and Love, and Peace and Joy
Infinitely untouched by thy mind's ploys!
And in this space, where silence and stillness meet
I know within resides everything I seek.
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Learning to Be Selfless

Posted by Smita Kishore on

We spend so much of our lives thinking about ourselvesSeeing only from our perspective, how things affect us, what we want or don't want, what makes us feel good or what brings us joy. But how often do we stop to shift our perspective to see and learn these answers from another's point of view? How often do we pause to see the world from beyond our own selves? 
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How to Get Motivated

Posted by Smita Kishore on

Working from home, especially during these cold, Winter days, it can be tough to find the motivation to get things done, as there's always a warm blanket, a cup of tea and a cozy couch just a few tempting steps away. But over the past year, I've developed some strategies to help get me going... 

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When Did Love Become Exclusive?

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When did Love become exclusive? When did it become something that we give only our people and not everyone else? 

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