For some, Monday is challenging and for some, this day can be a point of rejuvenation after a weekend break. No matter how we feel about it, this day comes and goes until the time exists. Probably a voice on this day can pioneer us straight ahead for rest of the week, before the next one takes over.

 

So, the voice from here that comes out every Monday can be a brief statement of intent, or a share from the scholarly domain, or a fascinating short read. The idea behind this voice is to drive us for rest of the week.

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June 3, 2019

There are two pots, one filled with ambrosia ('Amrithum' in Sanskrit) with a drop of poison added at last, and another, filled with poison with a drop of ambrosia added at last. What pot should I choose?

This is not a trick question, instead a very legitimate one. The answer can be tricky though.

P.S: Where is the question mark in the title and why is it replaced with !

May 20, 2019

A beautiful question, is what it is called, if the question leads to another question, and that leads to another, and so on... yielding more than one answer as it passes along in that chain. Clearly, the knowledge should not be limited to one question and an answer. In order to cultivate that process, probably a question should end with '!'

So, what's your opinion on this!

May 6, 2019

The ideal man is who, in the midst of the greatest silence and solitude, finds the intensest activity, and in the midst of the intensest activity finds the silence and solitude of the desert. He has learnt the secret of restraint, he has controlled himself.

- Complete Works of Swami Vivekananda, Volume 1

Next time when that noise was heard, I better concentrate on myself rather than the noise. 

April 29, 2019

The best story that can come out from you at any point of time is nothing but yours. Why not start writing one today? No wonder it will be a large bundle of surprises! 

P.S: There is no obligation to share it with others!

April 22, 2019

Love, truth, and unselfishness are not merely moral figures of speech, but they form our highest ideal, because in them lies such a manifestation of power.

- Complete Works of Swami Vivekananda, Volume 1

Now we know the trio that have to be worked on, or elevate to the highest, if they were already being worked on.

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