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  1. The greatest enemy of all

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    Overcome the greatest, all devouring enemy of all! The Bhagavad Gita claims that ‘Lust’ is the greatest enemy of the living entity and it covers the living entity by different degrees. It is said that this lust is never satisfied and the more you feed it, the more it burns...
  2. When do we finally stop?

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    Nothing is enough for the man to whom enough is too little- Epicurus. In 1930, Keynes, the most influential 20th century economist, predicted in his notes, ‘Economic possibilities for our grandchildren,’ that, within a century, per capita income would steadily rise, people’s basic needs would be met, and no one...

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About Me

In my early 20s, I was a die-hard feminist and dreamt of breaking the glass-ceiling. I would often suggest my unsuspecting parents of not getting married..who had the time to think about marriage, anyways! But as they say, who are we to decide our fate!

I not only got into a wedlock, but soon the Damocles sword of giving up my decade long prized career, to join my husband, was hanging over me. Career or Family!

Preethi_photo8When I gave up my job to be with my husband, at the behest of my inner voice, opposing all the worldly forces (friends, family, colleagues, relatives & my own mind), I did not imagine the relief it would provide me! Being away from the stresses and strains of the dog-eat-dog world, it gave me an opportunity to realize my life’s higher goals & wake up to my heart’s calling. In my spiritual practice, I discovered the true me. I never looked back & I realized that such corporate life was really not my cup of tea!

I’ve been married for 10 years now and have peacefully handed over the dreadful reigns of climbing the corporate ladder, to my loving husband:-) We have a sweet child of three. Though I’m not a veteran, I have gone through my share of joys and pains, sacrifices and gains, love and hatred, turmoil and peace, as in every marriage you can say!

Equipped with my experiences, a flair for writing, a degree in behavior & counseling, and most of all an earnest to help those in need, I present to you my few thoughts!
Mrs.Preethi Dhiman