incident had happened a few weeks back. I had felt slighted by someone. The annoyance
that surfaced had led me to even wonder if I am petty to have felt that way.
Here is an excerpt fromThe Quiet Room - A Journey out of the Torment of Madness
[I am part of a lost generation, and I refuse to believe that, I can change the world, I realize this may be a shock but, “Happiness comes from within” is a lie, and “Money will make me happy.”]
Came across this poem
by John Reed sometime back when I reflected over the achievements and burning
problems faced by our generation. What made this an interesting poem is that
when read backwards it bears a different meaning - a sense of hope - that we
can and have a say on how we want our future to be. Perhaps, like many things
in our lives, we should learn to see things from a different vantage point and
be innovative and daring enough to take the plunge to be different. Only with
change would we be able to learn new insights about ourselves and our lives.
I, for one, have
gained a little insight into myself through the video clip and hope that it may
have a positive influence on you. Your thoughts?
on my all time favourite topic - Nature.
Something to inspire and tickle your day
A topic that seems to have popped up a lot recently among my
young patients have been –“So I’m
getting better and want to go back to my previous lifestyle and hang out
old friends again. How do I explain my absence? In the first place,
explain my absence?”
I am currently reading “How to Stop Worrying and Start
Living” by Dale Carnegie. I have to admit that it is not the usual type of book
that I read (I always thought that self-help
books are boring and that the authors were just trying to squeeze money from us
with their mumbo-jumbo), but I found myself unable to put down the book
after reading a paragraph off the 1st chapter.
I was feeling a little blue yesterday. Things not working
out well at various fronts, too many commitments and too little time etc. etc.
And then I looked out and saw the most amazing sunset. And , NO I did not
travel to an exotic destination to see it. Saw it from my window.