A silent moment or an empty wall, need no accessories, they are complete in all.. From emptiness is fullness born, witnessed in infinite forms. Observe.. Become aware.. know that vacant spaces perform. Feelings ripple from heart to heart, bridges gaps between those apart. Intuitive thoughts manufacture art, these are all space’s craft. Fill yourself with the sound of silence, or gaze at sunset on the horizon. In moments of nothingness is deep relaxation, discover this magic in meditation. A silent moment or an empty wall, need no accessories, they are complete in all.. Inspired by Inshavasya Upanishad ॐ पूर्णमदः पूर्णमिदं पूर्णात्पूर्णमुदच्यते । पूर्णस्य पूर्णमादाय पूर्णमेवावशिष्यते ॥ ॐ शान्तिः शान्तिः शान्तिः ॥
Empowering the 21st century educators
We’ve all been there. On the brink of an emotional breakdown, negative emotions fuelling up, feeling like you’ll immediately burst . You can’t focus on school, lash out at loved ones, and maybe even disconnect yourselves from them completely. Trust me when I say this, you are not alone. As teens we’ve all sprained an ankle or broken a bone before right? We’ve even gone to the doctor to get ourselves fixed. Why is it that we don’t see our mental health in that same light? Why do we believe that mental illnesses are something to be ashamed of? Having a mental illness doesn’t make you inferior, or less than. It doesn’t indicate emotional weakness and most often such illnesses are flaws of biology, not of character. The stigmatization of mental illness has veiled the overarching presence of mental health struggles amongst our age demographic. We’ve romanticized and ridiculed the topic to such an extent that mental illnesses are only used as derogatory insults. How many of us have heard,or even said, something like – “She looks anorexic” , or “I’m like really OCD.” The first step towards solving a problem is recognizing it in the first place. So, let’s get this conversation going. Start talking about these issues more. Let’s not ignore our mental health. Our struggles are valid and should be treated as such. We can be the force that changes society’s perception of mental health.
The dazzling ripe-orange hue,
contrasting against sky’s deep-blue.
Wondrous! The Gulmohar tree’s view.
Scorching summer Sun burnt them all.
Na! She is resilient she still stood tall,
showing off her saffron fashionable shawl.
Expressing her vibrant beauty,
provides shade diligently performs her duty.
Remain untouched enunciates this May-Flower Rooty.