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‘Other people’s perception of you, is none of your business’ Keep Shining, don’t you dare dim your light says Lisa Nicholas, world-renowned motivational speaker and bestselling author. Too often we are blinded by what other people tell us, about who we are or who we are not. What we can do or what we can’t do. The judgments and prejudices and their inability to see, blinds us to our path, to the journey awaiting us, to the million possibilities we can become. We are afraid to love, to laugh and live

Happy New Year dear friends, A little late, but I am happy to be finally writing to you, with my New Year wishes, for you and me. I am happiest wishing you by sharing the lessons I am taking forward, and here is what I learnt (again!) last year. Everything was all right in the end (as predicted in my 2013 New Year greeting, based on the famous quote from the movie ‘Best Hotel Marigold’, “Everything will be alright in the end, if it is not alright, it is not the end”). The ‘end’

Dear Friends, I just made my deadline to pen my reflections down of the old year and get ready to welcome the New Year! First things first …  No apocalypse … the world didn’t end. Its still here. But I think the world as we know it, has been changing (for a while now). Maybe that’s what the Mayan’s were talking about. What’s this year been for me? It’s been full of tests!! My ability to be patient, to wait, be present not knowing the future and still walk in to it. My ability

This article was recently posted on Elephant Journal. Recently a story of a wooden boulder that bobbed along streams, rivers and seas taught me that I am not lost. An art exhibition taught me that framing is key to deep understanding. Lessons come from the most unexpected places, and this insight I experienced when I first encountered the work of David Nash, the British sculptor this summer when I visited his exhibition at the beautiful Kew Gardens in London. I first wandered through the gardens, taking in the gardens and his wooden, iron

            I wish you, A tune in the soles of your feet, on the tip of your toes that taps and dances you, a rhythm in your hips that sways you in wild abandonment. Smiles that creeps on you unexpectedly that quirks your mouth upwards, crinkles the corners of your eyes and gleams them bright. Poignant thoughts that softens your heart and fills you with longing and passion that moves you towards their fulfillment, moments and experiences that break open your heart, to learn, to open up, to give and receive love, you will never be the same kind of encounters. Funny moments, jokes and fun that

My dearest friends Whatever that can be said about 2011, is that it was not boring. Most would agree that 2011 has been a year full of surprises, excitement and lessons. This year saw the crumbling of many institutions, world wide social and economic activism and sadly loss of lives in human made conflicts and in natural disasters. I greeted 2011 in my last New Year’s newsletter with much enthusiasm and hope, and I wasn't disappointed. 2011 has been a year of surprises, learning, discovery and growth in many ways for me too. As

On the 14th of April, we celebrated Sinhala and Tamil New Year in Sri Lanka. It is a time when families and communities get together to celebrate the dawn of the New Year and engage in many traditional rituals and ceremonies, of observing auspicious times for lighting the fire, cooking kiri bath (milk rice, normally made for all important celebrations), eating, exchanging gifts, and visiting family and friends. Growing up, my family did not observe all the traditional rituals as most other Sri Lankan families, though we would go and visit

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