It is usually conceived experiential learning as something we learn from our own experience by doing. I feel we can correlate our experiences with others and have relatable learning from experience of others as well. Here’s an example. आज मैंने एक विज्ञापन देखा सच में दिल को छू गया उसमें एक नवविवाहित जोड़ा तैयारी करContinue reading “EXPERIENTIAL/SOCIAL LEARNING – I”


Prints on a finger,are each made unique.Eye on the trigger,avoid critique. Live life and let live,follow inner voice.Resent or forgive,each path is a choice. People roam this earth,in search of purpose,ignore inner worth,to scratch the surface. Live life and let live,try to never judge,we get what we give,perceptions can smudge. Release and accept,dive deeply within.TryContinue reading “ACCEPTABLE”

मैं ख़ुद आईना

Originally posted on The REKHA SAHAY Corner!:
आईने ने पूछा – क्यों लिए फिरती हो मुझे साथ? मैंने कहा – यक़ीं है, कड़वे लोगों को बेहतरीन ज़वाब दे ऊपरवाला थामे रहेगा मेरा हाथ। पर भूल से भी अहंकार में ना डूब जाऊँ, आईने में खुद को देख नज़रें झुकाऊँ, इस कोशिश में कि मैं ख़ुद…


Originally posted on B +Ve!!:
Theme for 2021: “Safe food now for a healthy tomorrow”. World Food Day is an international day celebrated every year worldwide on 16 October to commemorate the date of the founding of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization in 1945. The day is celebrated widely by many other organizations…


Intuition has always been a fascinating subject of study. It is generally associated with genius, because the greatest scientific discoveries happened thanks to moments of intuition. Einstein wrote: Intuition is a sacred gift of which reason is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honours the servant and forgets the gift. In addition,Continue reading “THE POWER OF INTUTION”


Originally posted on B +Ve!!:
International Daughters Day on the fourth Sunday in September celebrates the girl child. It is observed annually on fourth Sunday in September and falls on 26th in 2021. The observance originated in India where, even today, some cultures see girl children as burdens. Families with daughters carry a stigma. The…


Originally posted on insight07's blog:
Everyone do a simple exercise with me. *Breathe in* *Breathe out* *Breathe in* *Breathe out* Now, just imagine. While you were doing this exercise, someone took their last breath and someone took their first. I find this entire world mind boggling! • Access this and other poems in my…


Crash into my heart and mindEndless always undefinedLight of love, purely divineEternal rays of sunshineSacred touch made to entwineTenderness makes all hearts kindInfinite bliss that unblindsAlways prepared to alignLinking paths to form designs Visuals form awesome shrinesInspires then redefinesSerene forces well combinedInner strength flies unconfinedOuter views become refinedNever-ending hopes inclineSupreme source makes life feel fineContinue reading “WARM PRESENCE”


Originally posted on A Voice from Iran:
“202nd story” A middle-aged man named Mr. Sabi lived in Adam’s neighborhood. Adam saw him almost every day. Mr. Sabi was a quiet man, very polite, with a constant smile on his face. Adam and his family always went to church on Sundays, and his best friend Ali…


Originally posted on Roth Poetry:
Morning bursts forth in all its radiant glory, peering through the sheltered woods, highlighting trees, dancing on flowers. Steppingstones draw me to the damp creek. Frogs bury themselves in mud keeping cool Morning breezes will soon shift But, for now, the glorious morning shimmers. Backyard Painting: Dwight L. Roth Today, at…


Originally posted on naturetails:
“Interstellar” by Hans Zimmer (courtesy of Patrik Pietschmann): ? “One glance at a book and you hear the voice of another person, perhaps someone dead for 1,000 years. To read is to voyage through time.” Carl Sagan Courtesy of 7MB, “7 Notes to Infinity: 01” ?  “The infinite! No other question…


Originally posted on Find Your Middle Ground:
Forgiveness is giving up the desire to punish someone or yourself for an offense. We let go of judging the person who caused the hurt. Instead of revenge and resentment we choose understanding and kindness. In forgiveness, we don’t forget that the offense occurred nor do we excuse…


Originally posted on A Voice from Iran:
“201st Story” Once upon a time, a king was enjoying his afternoon in his castle, when he heard the shout of a farmer selling his apples loaded on a big cart pulled by a donkey. The king gave five gold coins to his advisor and said: “Buy me…