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Month September 2020

Your Photo Album by Ajahn Brahm

Many people have a photo album. In it they keep memories of the happiest times. There may be a photo of them playing by the beach when they were very young. There may be the picture with their proud parents… Continue Reading →

Elephant and the Rope

A gentleman was walking through an elephant camp, and he spotted that the elephants weren’t being kept in cages or held by the use of chains. All that was holding them back from escaping the camp, was a small piece… Continue Reading →

The nail in the Fence.

There once was a little boy who had a very bad temper. His father decided to hand him a bag of nails and said that every time the boy lost his temper, he had to hammer a nail into the fence…. Continue Reading →

Chemist and the Coffee Shop Owner

Murugan, the proprietor of a coffee shop had been busy all day. Being Saturday, his shop was very crowded and the customers seemed unending. He had been on his toes since morning. Towards the evening he felt a splitting headache… Continue Reading →

Auto driver at 3:30 am, a lesson in empathy

After a long day of discussions and gupshup with friends I decided to head home It was around 3.30 in the night, I finally found a rickshaw to get home while it was raining heavily. This gentleman of a person… Continue Reading →

The Man with a Violin

A man sat at a metro station in Washington DC and started to play the violin; it was a cold January morning. He played six Bach pieces4 for about 45 minutes. During that time, since it was rush hour, it was calculated that thousands… Continue Reading →

the exorcist by Ajahn Brahm

“THE FOLLOWING is a true story of the supernatural in Thailand, of the supernatural wisdom of the amazing Ajahn Chah. The headman of a nearby village, with one of his assistants, walked in hurriedly to see Ajahn Chah under his hut,… Continue Reading →

The Call Centre Saga

I once saw a TV show devoted to consumer affairs. On this particular edition, the subject was call centres and how useless they can be. Several people were in the studio to tell their stories of broken promises, being kept… Continue Reading →

Communication Problem By Ian Rowland

In the 1960s, the British Steel company had a large operational research (OR) department that applied statistical methods to management issues such as stock control. They also had a large computing department that was quite sophisticated for its time. Back… Continue Reading →

“the man with four wives” by Ajahn Brahm

“A MAN, WHO WAS SUCCESSFUL in life, maintained four wives. When his life was about to end, he called to his bedside his fourth wife, the most recent and youngest.“Darling,” he said, stroking her legendary figure, “in a day or… Continue Reading →

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