Category Archives: Life & Love

Spirituality is indeed the Master-Key of the Human Mind

A Pilgrim’s Journey is a Spiritual Journey, a movement that brings us closer towards the Divine. It speaks to our longing for something more, and our search for answers to life’s deepest questions: Who am I? Who is God? What makes me come alive and so forth? Though ancient in its roots, the practice of pilgrimage is alive and well

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Bhutan’s 2 in 1 Prime Minister cum Doctor Lotay Tshering

It’s Saturday in Bhutan and Lotay Tshering has just completed urinary bladder repair surgery on a patient at the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital. But Tshering is no ordinary doctor. During the week, he also happens to be prime minister in the Himalayan kingdom famous for measuring citizens’ Gross National Happiness. “For me it’s a de-stresser,” said Tshering, who

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Company switches to a 4-day week work and sees a Rise in profits

It’s a concept that was once merely considered a pipe dream. But now a four-day working week is slowly becoming a realistic alternative for Australian employees. A digital agency in Melbourne claims it has become the first company across the nation to implement the groundbreaking working arrangements. Versa now gives its 55 employees an additional day off on a Wednesday

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A couple in their 60s fell in love and get married at old age home where they live

Kochaniyan Menon and Lakshmi Ammal, the couple who met and fell in love at the government-run old age home in Ramavarmapuram in Thrissur district of Kerala, India, got married on Saturday (28th Dec) at 11 am at the home. State Agriculture Minister VS Sunil Kumar, who attended the function, offered Lakshmi Ammal’s hand in marriage to Kochaniyan. The wedding was

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A Yearly Festival In Nepal That Thanks Dogs For Being Our Loyal Friends

Specific to Nepal, there is a day dedicated solely to thanking dogs for their loyalty and friendship called Kukur Tihar or Kukur Puja (worship of the dogs). Tihar is a five day Hindu festival, but the second day is reserved for our 4-legged loyal companions. The festival, also called Deepavali or the festival of lights shares some traditions with Deepavali in

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Singapore Bill sets new way to rehabilitate people who insult religion

SINGAPORE — When someone in Singapore makes an insulting post that could stir religious hatred, throwing the book at him in a public court case could lead to more animosity in society, rather than less. With the aim to restore religious peace when such situations occur, the Singapore government plans to introduce a novel method to help educate and mend

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From Slum to Ship Captain & Entrepreneur. An inspiring story of a Tamil Boy

Mr. Suginthiran Krishna known as Captain KShuegin, his history start up with dry background too. His childhood filled with tough challenges. Born in Kedah & nurtured in KL. He used to have school bag & shoe from nearby Garbage Dumping Ground. One day his father discouraged to follow him for the site since he was still studying & should concentrate

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