From the coronavirus, beyond the One Mind

The coronavirus has made all wars between all various names within humanity vanish. What is ours, what is theirs — all that silliness has vanished. Suddenly no dharma needs any upholding, sanaatan or otherwise, because indeed it never did. Yes, now there is a war between one biological organism and another. “Blessed are the meek,… Continue reading From the coronavirus, beyond the One Mind

From My Office Window

Flowers abloom outside my office window today. 6th March 2020. Take in the beauty. Let it nourish your heart. Come on, look at the photo just a bit longer, before you read on… And then when you feel a bit stronger (Happier? Peaceful? Its all the same. All forms of strength) by that nourishment, laud… Continue reading From My Office Window

How Science Helps Me Be Spiritual

The fundamental thing about science is, to observe. Patiently. With childlike curiosity and fascination. Science is not about analysis, mathematics, logic, problem solving, learning a bunch of theories, learning what is right and wrong. They follow sometimes, naturally, as a result of observing keenly and patiently — but science is not about these fundamentally. It… Continue reading How Science Helps Me Be Spiritual

I Have Many Mothers

Hindi is my Devaki, English is my Yashoda. Marwari is my grandma, Bengali, my maasi-maa (mother’s sister) — and Sanskrit is my great-grandma. Each of them, in their own way, have nurtured me. They all have a very significant place in my life. All the languages of India, indeed all the languages of the world… Continue reading I Have Many Mothers

An Ode To You

Dear Reader, this is an ode to you – *** The body may be hurting but you are as God created you. The Son of God cannot suffer — and you are The Son of God. You are Perfect because Perfection can only create the Perfect. You are Whole because the Whole can only create… Continue reading An Ode To You