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Happiness is when I lie down on a beach and listen to the relentless music of the ocean.
Happiness is when I touch a flower and feel love in my heart.
When I sit on a mountain top feeling the mist washing my soul.
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Who defeated Arvind Kejriwal? Himself or us?
His party ruled for just 49 days. They were momentous days. He implemented his promise on setting up a number for reporting corruption; in two weeks instead of the promised two days. He met people to discuss corruption issues, though the crowd was beyond his control. He did what he could. He would have done more if he could.
“People are disturbed not by events, but by the views which they take of them,” said the Greek philosopher Epictetus 2000 years ago. 20thcentury psychologist Albert Ellis [1913-2007] said the same thing in slightly different words, “People disturb themselves by the things that happen to them, and by their views, feelings, and actions.”
It is facile to argue that Salman Rushdie or Wendy Doniger disturbs us with their books. The fact is they don’t. There are more people in the world who are not disturbed by their books than those who are. What makes the difference?
“The poor are poor not because the rich are rich,” says Robert J. Samuelson in his Washington Post column reproduced in The Hindu.
Kundan was returning home after his monthly entertainment of a night show in the city. It was past midnight and the heavy downpour had put out the street lamps on the village road. But Kundan knew the road like the back of his palm and so neither the pitch darkness nor the battering rain slowed him down.