Taking Pain Leads to Giving Pain

In my early childhood days, a magical pot story captured my interest. The innocent kid in me felt that impossible dreams could be realized if you possessed something magical. The essence of the story was that the magical pot fulfilled people’s wishes. The owner of the pot would deposit a...

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Making silence practical

I’ve been thinking a lot about silence recently, especially silence of the mind, and how to make it practical. Silence retreats are great—time for reflection and change. But I want to be able to experience this even when I can’t take time off and escape day-to-day life I had a...

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Environment

Welcome. This Green blog is dedicated to caring for and healing our natural world. Recognising our role as souls who are custodians of the planet, students of the Brahma Kumaris endeavour to live in harmony with our natural world. Our spirituality means living a life that naturally embraces the wellbeing...

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Meditation

The door only you can open The door only you can open When you meditate, you are in a place that no-one else can enter... this place is yours alone... and in this place you can see yourself clearly. Here is spiritual energy... a creative energy... a power that is...

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Meditation

Now, perhaps more than ever, we think about peace, we talk about peace... we look for peace. Peace for the world needs everyone—every country, every race, every religion. There are no exceptions. We cannot offer what we do not have. Peace for the world cannot begin, until we each find...

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Sabudana/Sago Khichadi

Ingredients: 500 grams medium size pearl sago, washed and soaked over night 3 medium size potatoes, diced 5 green chilies, coarsely chopped ½ lemon, squeezed 50 grams fresh cilantro leaves (coriander / dhania leaves), chopped 1 tablespoon cumin seeds ½ cup roasted peanuts, semi coarsely chopped in a food processor...

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