Autumn is a Kaleidoscope of Colours

“Anyone who thinks fallen leaves are dead has never watched them dancing on a windy day.” Shira Tamir On Monday, September 23rd, the summer ended with the autumn equinox (Latin for “equal night”) which officially marks the beginning of autumn in the Northern Hemisphere and spring in the Southern Hemisphere. The nights are going to be longer than the day.  Watching the colours of leaves … Continue reading Autumn is a Kaleidoscope of Colours

Plant the seed – teach your kids to meditate

Children, especially toddlers, love to imitate their parents. They want to wear what their parents wear, they want to talk the way their parents talk, they admire their parents so much so that, they think whatever their parents do is the best (until they become teenagers, at which point their parents become the least knowledgeable source for them for a long while). That’s exactly why … Continue reading Plant the seed – teach your kids to meditate

Don’t let fear and worry rule your life

Sometimes fear and worries about life, future, economy, global warming, government, money, job security pull us so deep that we might experience difficulty functioning normally. I have a question for you: if you knew that everything would be fine and well at the end, would you still worry that much? Life consists of ups and downs. It does not matter how deep you fall, what … Continue reading Don’t let fear and worry rule your life