The symbology of Ganesha story Ganesha is the son of Shiva and Parvati. The name derives from the combination of the Sanskrit words Gana (crowd, army) and Isha (Lord) = Ganesha .
who has discipline and self-control is a master We can say who has discipline and self-control is a master. I leave some simple ways to accomplish your goals day by day.
You are 10 Tweaks Away From A Clean, Minimalist Home If you’re on a quest for inner peace, embracing a more minimalist home décor can be a step in the right direction.
Who can know the knower Disciple: If I am Brahman, Why don't I always realise it?
Every day is unique ... You only live once, and will not repeat again, live today, live now, live this moment, every day is a gift, a new beginning.
Find the happiness that is inside you The dawn of a new day draws near, and with it comes the sun The sun illuminates without exception
Realize And because it's Christmas ... It's I want, I want ... If you want to ... do it now and do it with conscience ...
Stillness Writing invades me, whispers in my ear - Plays the tune to the right pace - Rehearse the words, make them dance - Adjust the positions, observes ...
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Author Ursula k le Guin has left us This news brought me memories of Ursula k le Guin books that I read some years ago, and now I realised there are others that I do not know.