Osho on Happiness and Misery

Osho at Manali

Osho speaks on happiness and misery in the 9th discourse Volume 3 of the talks titled “Discipline of Transcendence”. Posting an excerpt here.

The Science of Well Being – Yale University

Sushant - Mental well being

We are all chasing different things in order to find success and happiness, but we rarely stop and ask ourselves if those things do indeed make us happy. We are busy climbing the ladder of what we think as success, only to find out that the ladder was leaning against the wrong wall. Is this what happened to Sushant Singh Rajput ?

Mark Cuban Attributes His First $1 Million to Reading This Book | Inc.com

Long before you heard the name Mark Cuban, he drove a $200 car. — Read on http://www.inc.com/betsy-mikel/mark-cuban-attributes-his-first-1-million-to-read.html Very interesting read indeed. One of the important decisions of our lives was to become and be debt free before I would hit 50 years of age. This decision was taken when were a bankrupt couple, and I … Read more

Want to Be Happier? Ask Yourself This Question Every Morning | Inc.com

Albert Einstein called this “the most important decision” we make in our lives. — Read on http://www.inc.com/chris-winfield/want-to-be-happier-ask-yourself-this-question-every-morning.html I keep asking these set of questions, although, at least on a weekly basis: Am I happy doing this? Am I happy? Do I allow myself to be happy? Does this fit into my core values? It’s extremely … Read more

Feeling the love Chidu … ???

Krishnan loves this quote of Oscar Wilde – And I was remembering this as I saw messages about Chidambaram going to Tihar Jail …. With all due respect to Oscar Wilde, I would like to re-state his famous quote as “Some people cause misery wherever they go, and happiness WHENEVER they go” (and silently in … Read more

De-cluttering Continued – Clothes & Books

I had written earlier about Marie Kondo’s book – Book Review #1/50 – The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying and how I had de-cluttered my sarees. We continued with the de-cluttering exercise and first de-cluttered Krishnan’s suits, shirts, pants and ties. Had the same experience as with the sarees, in that, we found shirts that were favourites but … Read more