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Shashidhar Sharma
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Author "Songs of the Mist" & "Kuhase ke Geet" ॐ Creative ॐ Spiritual ॐ Writer ॐ Traveller - Enjoy spiritual journeys across India, mostly in Himalaya ||
Author "Songs of the Mist" & "Kuhase ke Geet" ॐ Creative ॐ Spiritual ॐ Writer ॐ Traveller - Enjoy spiritual journeys across India, mostly in Himalaya ||

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My son Anumey sings 'Green Days' which I enjoy a lot.
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Shashi
Om Namah Shivaya

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One of the most beautiful song - 500 Miles which also had a copy in Hindi, another very famous song from Bollywood of yesteryears, 'Jab Koi Baat Bigad Jaye' was sung by my son at my nephew's house party, where Shreya joined in to sing the hindi version.
Loved it.

Shashi
Om Namah Shivaya

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CREATIVE PROCESS OF HAPPINESS PART I
Few months earlier, I was watching the movie ‘Accountant’ and heard Ray King says “Some of us a wait life time for opportunity to knock at our doors, only realising that it has, once it is gone,” and it triggered a desire to know why do we end up in such a situation. Why, despite all our material success, we are still not happy. Well one of the obvious reason is that we just don’t know happiness. Most of the times we are too busy with the day to activities, to open the door when the happiness knocks or if we do attend the door eventually, we don’t recognize it to be the ‘opportunity’ that we were looking for.

But why I am telling you all this in a post about Happiness? Well there is a connection.... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...
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Shashi
ॐ नमः शिवाय
Om Namah Shivaya

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ICEDIP your Mindsets- Creative process of Happiness (Part I)
Few months earlier, I was watching the movie ‘Accountant’ and heard Ray King says “Some of us a wait life time for opportunity to knock at our doors, only realising that it has, once it is gone,” and it triggered a desire to know why do we end up in such a ...

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Well, in the history of my blog, this is the first time some one, other than me, is writing on this blog and I am happy that, that some one I could personally relate with - Jayant Kriplani. I have admired him from 'Khandaan' days on TV to '3 Idiots' short role and now that he is a fellow author, my respect for him grows. So here he is, talking about...
The story behind Cantilevered Tales

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Shashi
ॐ नमः शिवाय
Om Namah Shivaya

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READER: Why Jayant Kriplani Wrote Cantilevered Tales...
Well, in the history of my blog, this is the first time some one, other than me, is writing on this blog and I am happy that, that some one I could personally relate with - Jayant Kriplani. I have admired him from 'Khandaan' days on TV to '3 Idiots' short r...

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Some times as the life changes gears, the path that you have taken takes a turn that leaves you wondering - where I am going? As I reflect about last few months, these lines from "Songs of the Mist" comes to my mind...

"You sit here wondering where you are going to go today. Life all around you is new, based on the sensation of living but the moment you bring yourself down to thinking you realize that it is not one straight line. You start with one point and just as you are about to reach, you have another crowding your space. You force that out of your path and you get pushed into the other. And you pursue that further, feeling what is it like to be, how that one made you smile, how that one made you cry, and you are overwhelmed in feeling the highs and lows, but then find yourself somewhere down in the dark depths of unknown, as if that a person is taking you home but you never had a home..." - Calliope on the banks of Holy River Ganges (Page - 135)

It takes a life time
For a sigh to die; Living
Still flowers in pain

And in situation like this, you have to have that undying faith, that out there, there is some one with a cosmic design in which you have a particular place and with your own karma you fill that particular colour required in universal fabric of cosmos with the thread of your living in 'now'.

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Shashi
ॐ नमः शिवाय
Om Namah Shivaya

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WANDERlLUST: My Journey of Re-affirmation...
Between Mirrors of Life and living, I reflect 'Now', eternally. Some times as the life changes gears, the path that you have taken takes a turn that leaves you wondering - where I am going? As I reflect about last few months, these lines from " Songs of the...

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SPOTLIGHT: ‘Path to Wholeness: Fifty-Two Flower Mandalas’ by David J Bookbinder

“The most profound form of courage is the willingness to face deeply entrenched fears and self-limiting beliefs and to move beyond them" - David J Bookbinder

On a spiritual path myself, I keep looking for fellow traveller who long to be fully present in this amazing journey, we are born into, and often we can find them. David J Bookbinder is one such traveler and he shared with me his thoughts in the book form “In Paths to Wholeness: Fifty-Two Flower Mandalas”. He is a psychotherapist, writer, and photographer who bring his capacity for inspiring personal transformation to his readers.

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Shashi
ॐ नमः शिवाय
Om Namah Shivaya


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