Category: Spirituality


God Realisation

By Sunil Sarpal God is great.  He is omni-present.  He is the embodiment of mercy for mankind.  His grace never vanishes.  It is our own karmas which bring a number of problems in our...

Beacons of Spiritual Light

by Sunil Sarpal  BHAI AND BHAV This is a very sensitive subject.   ‘BHAI’ (dar) stands for ‘fear’ from God and ‘BHAV’ (bhavna) stands for Love for God.  Since  God is all-pervading, one should always do his...

What is Paramatma?

By Sunil Sarpal Paramatma defines as Param Atma (first soul). When nothing existed, no creation, Param Atma appeared.  With his discretion, every thing was created vis 1)     Earth 2)     Ocean 3)     Sky 4)     Forests etc. etc. The evolution of...

Mainu Ki!

When we pass thru a market place and come across a beggar, a weak sounds resonates the ears “Allah Ke Naam Pe De De” . Listening to this, we murmur ourselves “Mainu Ki!”. How...


Mahavir Jayanti in the Times of Corona-ed World / Neelam Jain

The current state of the world is very appropriately reflected by the opening lines of Charles Dickens famous novel A Tale of Two Cities: “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, …” It tells about a time of chaos, conflicts, and despair, as well as happiness. It, in fact, tells us about the time of extreme opposites without any in-betweens.

The Oil Pots on the Head / Vanisha Uppal

Vishnu, again bragging about his success. God congratulated him and then asked, “How many times did you remember me in the middle of this job?” Narad realized not even once.

I loved this story, and read it again and again. The daily struggle involves us in such a way that we don’t realize when the day started and when it got an end. There was no doubt left in me that this simple thing is not so simple “To relax in the middle of our daily responsibilities”. And relationship worries steal away the remaining peace of our mind. It got crystal clear in my head that it demands efforts to be effortless.