Our troubles don’t last, they linger for a while and vanish. We shouldnot entertain in memory and recallthem to savor the feel of self-pity. When a man in sorrow is seen byhis dear ones he feels diminished.If left alone, he gathers sufficientstrength to accept it with courage. A contrived laughter is no gift tothose whom we love. It exercisesthe muscles. A genuine laughtergives joy to oneself and others. Joy and grief follow each other.Viewed as a cycle, they are seenas inevitable. Darkness is not forever. Light comes to displace it .... [View Full Comment]
On Dec 6, 2011 kvakutty wrote on Pilgrimage to Nonviolence, by Martin Luther King, Jr.:
Non violence is the highest virtue.
It means not haming another by
thought word or deed. Our very
civilization is founded on that.