We are all born to dance. What we dance to is the melody of the heart that responds to a music, methodology and magic. The tango, hip-hop, kuchipudi, ballet, belly dance, salsa, you name it, all comes from the heart that sees a passion in the context of relationship. Dance is the physical expression of a metaphysical experience. So we all dance and only one other can hear the melody, follow the methodology and see the magic we are dancing to. ...

We live in a world of multitasking. Many claim they can do more than one thing at a time, especially now with the advancement of technology. When we hire people we hire those who can multitask. We expect them to do everything well and at the same time. I wonder whether we can actually multitask, or are we faking it? Only one thing is necessary and that is doing what you do well. What you do now is always one thing at a time. If you can split y...

Those who think spiritual life is doing things right and in the right order to satisfy a deity, I hate to break the bubble. Spiritual life is patience lived out. Patience with oneself, patience with others, and patience with the world. If not for all the things that go wrong in life, I will never find God. If not for all the things that are not done on time, I will never find perfection. If not for all the things that are broken, I will never ...

Take it easy today. Bike a little bit. Play in the park and play chess with someone. They are all fun. Isn’t it? For some yes, of course they are fun. For others, they are no fun at all. See how I saw it differently than you did. But what we can all agree on is this. We all like to eat and enjoy some good food. Eating together is a holy ritual of the healthy and the happy. Make yourself healthy and happy, by not just eating the earthly food, b...

Are you a planner? Or are you someone who lives as it comes? No matter what side of the coin you are on, you are in the space that is shared by everyone else. Your presence and plans matters to those around you right now. Not tomorrow. Your space is mine and my space is yours. Your plans interfere with mine and mine certainly will interfere with yours. Each of us therefore has to plan our journey well. Two trains can not occupy the same tracks...

The days of Aslan of Narnia – Blessing of Pets
Reflections / October 4, 2006

God’s care for each and everything small and big, animate or inanimate was evident in every age of human history starting from the beginning of creation. This care for the world and all that is within is seen continued in the Old Testament and then through the story of the great flood. We see Noah being asked to carefully pick a pair of every living being on earth to the Arc of the Covenant regardless of their nature or nurture...