Warrier's Collage April 27, 2022

Welcome To Warrier's COLLAGE On WEDNESDAY April 27, 2022 Chinmayananda : https://youtu.be/cHkQ4gr0PjU (Uploaded 11 years ago) Good Morning If you find something repeat, kindly skip. There's someone who's getting Collage for the first time today. You can always access earlier issues of Collage at my Blog www.warriersblog.com Or @ my Facebook Page. We are trying to keep Collage clean, keeping the 16 to 90 plus age group of readers. Many Thanks for your support and encouragement. Tomorrow's Theme : Painting Nice Day M G Warrier My inaugural Blog on September 29, 2008 : https://www.warriersblog.com/2008/09/jyotirgamayah.html Excerpts : "All good things such as wisdom, harmoney, light, good food, appropriate arrangement for all creatures to live in this universe and timely changeover of one form to another are all built in in the making of the universe. It is man's greed and curiosity that has altered the balance. So it is the responsibility of man to set it right, now." A Responses 1) Vathsala Jayaraman Thank you very much for projecting Aditya. He needs all blessings and encouragement from all of us. 2) K N Ganapathy Excellent rendering by Master Aditya. Wish he soon gives some performance in Chennai during the season. K N Ganapathy. 3) S R Badrinarayanan A fine and memorable recognition* for the budding artist from a soft magazine that has a wider elite readership. Credit goes to the proud grandma too. Warrier's family extends. .... Badrinarayanan *Aditya one year ago : https://youtu.be/zIt2gPUYbYg B Collage Choice : Article by Priya Gopal* https://shesightmag.com/as-schools-resume-offline/ Excerpts : "With schools returning to an offline mode, there is a lot of discussion among teachers and parents on whether this decision is right or not. Most children have lost almost 3 years of schooling. This will have an impact on their social skills and communication skills. Principals and teachers are talking about how preschool children who have never attended school in the last three years are actually unable to communicate. They were at home, with their parents, who were, thanks to work from home, interacting with their laptops more than the children. The limited screen time that these children could handle also reduced the time they could interact with other children or their teachers. Some of the children actually get anxious when they see too many people around." *Priya Gopal is P P Ramachandran's daughter who writes on common man's concerns, besides other subjects. Bonus : Book Summary How to Win Friends and Influence People : Dale Carnegie https://fs.blog/how-to-win-friends-and-influence-people/ Techniques in Handling People Don’t criticize, condemn or complain. Give honest and sincere appreciation. Arouse in the other person an eager want. Win People to Your Way of Thinking The only way to get the best of an argument is to avoid it. Show respect for the other person’s opinions. Never say, “You’re wrong.” If you are wrong, admit it quickly and emphatically. Begin in a friendly way. Get the other person saying “yes, yes” immediately. Let the other person do a great deal of the talking. Let the other person feel that the idea is his or hers. Try honestly to see things from the other person’s point of view. Be sympathetic with the other person’s ideas and desires. Appeal to the nobler motives. Dramatize your ideas. Throw down a challenge. To know more, please open the links -Warrier C Reserve Bank of India Know Your RBI* : https://m.rbi.org.in//Scripts/AboutusDisplay.aspx Though originally privately owned, since nationalisation in 1949, the Reserve Bank is fully owned by the Government of India. Preamble The Preamble of the Reserve Bank of India describes the basic functions of the Reserve Bank as: "to regulate the issue of Bank notes and keeping of reserves with a view to securing monetary stability in India and generally to operate the currency and credit system of the country to its advantage; to have a modern monetary policy framework to meet the challenge of an increasingly complex economy, to maintain price stability while keeping in mind the objective of growth." *Source : RBI D Profile : Chinmayananda Man and his Mission https://www.chinmayamission.com/who-we-are/swami-chinmayananda/ Making of Chinmayananda : How unusual is the hand of God! Unwittingly at the door of India's finest spiritual teacher, Balakrishnan's journey began to reveal to him his own inner spiritual revolution and evolution. Swami Sivananda's divinity, love, and Vedanta teachings overwhelmed the young skeptic. A striking inner transformation unfolded within Balakrishnan and instead of questioning and confronting the world outside, he began to confront his inner world of thoughts and ideas. He began questioning and reflecting upon the purpose of life and the secret of permanent happiness. In the company of saints, and through the clarity of their teachings, the highly intellectual seeker soon chose to become a renunciate himself. E Spirituality/Faith Dr Charan Singh https://twitter.com/CharanSingh60/status/1518330699681787904?s=20&t=nTAMHAPFANggZxXBeerbAA Unity in Diversity - 232 जिनि सतिगुरु सेवि पदारथु पायउ निसि बासुर हरि चरन निवासु Whoever serves the True Guru, obtains the Treasure. Always, day and night, regularly, devotees meditate, dwell on Lord's feet. Bard Keerat, 1406, SGGS https://twitter.com/CharanSingh60/status/1518681924331782144?s=20&t=6pPaOHdGgWt95bwPfW2kVA Unity in Diversity - 233 लोहउ होयउ लालु नदरि सतिगुरु जदि धारै पाहण माणक करै गिआनु गुर कहिअउ बीचारै Iron becomes previous stone, when True Guru casts a graceful glance Stone becomes Ruby on reflecting/contemplating on Guru's teachings Bard Nalh, 1399, SGGS F Leisure OLD CHINESE Wisdom* : A moral story A farmer in ancient China had a neighbour who was a hunter, and who owned ferocious and poorly trained hunting dogs. They jumped over the fence frequently and chased the farmer's lambs. The farmer asked his neighbour to keep his dogs in check, but this fell on deaf ears. One day the dogs again jumped the fence, attacked and severely injured several of the lambs. The farmer had had enough, and went to town to consult a judge who listened carefully to the story and said: "I could punish the hunter and instruct him to keep his dogs chained or lock them up. But you would lose a friend and gain an enemy. Which would you rather have, friend or foe for a neighbour?" The farmer replied that he preferred a friend. “Alright, I will offer you a solution that keeps your lambs safe, and which will keep your a neighbour a friend." Having heard the judge's solution, the farmer agreed Once at home, the farmer immediately put the judge's suggestions to the test. He took three of his best lambs and presented them to his neighbour's three small sons, who were beside themselves with joy and began to play with them. To protect his son's newly acquired playthings, the hunter built a strong kennel for his dogs. Since then, the dogs never again bothered the farmer's lambs. Out of gratitude for the farmer's generosity toward his sons, the hunter often shared the game he had hunted with the farmer. The farmer reciprocated by sending the hunter the cheese he had made. Within a short time the neighbours became good friends. A saying in old China went something like this, “One can win over and influence people the best with gestures of kindness and compassion.” *Received from P K Beena Thiruvananthapuram via Group mail G Collage in the Classroom Storm in a Tea Cup 🍵 https://medium.com/language-lab/a-storm-in-a-teacup-5dac52785e7d "I love this phrase, and in fact, the more I think about it, the more I love it. There’s something so vivid about the images it conjures up if you take it literally." To know more, please open the link -Warrier


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