Rohan Singal is a life coach and a mentor at Rejoiss Learning LLP.
This blog contains inspiring stories and video links. It also has articles and some practical tips on how to be a powerhouse in life, how to maintain your shine and glow, how to treasure your uniqueness.
Hi, Let this blog
find you accepting with grace various gifts of this life. Here is a short story:
A little boy wanted to
meet God. He packed a bag with two sets of clothes, some cakes and started his
journey. He walked a long distance and felt tired.
So he sat in a park on
the way and opened a cake packet to eat. Then he noticed an old woman looking
sad nearby, so he offered her a piece of cake.
She gratefully accepted
it with a wide look and smiled at him. Her smile was so pretty that the boy
longed to see it again. After some time he offered her another piece of cake.
Again, she accepted it and smiled at him.
The boy was delighted!
They sat there all afternoon eating and smiling, but they never said a word.
As it grew dark, the
boy was frightened and he got up to leave. Before he had gone more than a few
steps, he ran back and gave her a hug and she kissed him with her prettiest
When the boy opened the
door, his mother was surprised by the look of joy on his face. She asked him,
"What did you do today that made you look so happy?"
He replied, "I had
lunch with God."
Before, his mother
could respond, he added, "You know what? She's got the most beautiful
smile I've ever seen in my life!"
Meanwhile, the old
woman, also radiant with joy, returned to her home. Her son was stunned by the
look of peace on her face and asked, "Mom, what did you do today that made
you so happy?
"I ate cakes in the park with God." Before his son responded, she
added, "You know, he's much younger than I expected."
Too often we
underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an
honest compliment or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the
potential to turn a life around.
Remember, nobody knows how God will look like. People come
into our lives for a reason, for a season, or for a lifetime. Accept all of
them equally! AND LET THEM SEE GOD IN YOU!!!!
May this story
inspire you to share your day with others spreading joy & smiles.
Let this blog find you searching for and finding bliss in
life. Here is a short Sufi story by OSHO:
One evening, Rabiya - she was a famous
Sufi mystic - was searching for something on the street in front of her small
hut. The sun was setting: slowly, slowly, darkness was descending. A few people
gathered. They asked her: What are you doing? What have you lost? What are you
She said: “I have lost my needle.”
The people said: “Now the sun is
setting and it will be very difficult to find the needle, but we will help you.
Where exactly has it fallen? Because the road is big and the needle is so
small. If we know the exact place it will be easier to find it.”
Rabiya said, "It is better
not to ask me that question - because in fact it has not fallen on the road at
all, it has fallen inside my house."
The people started laughing and
they said, "We always thought that you were a little insane! If the needle
has fallen inside the house, then why are you searching on the road?"
Rabiya said, "For a simple,
logical reason: Inside the house there is no light and on the outside a little
light is still there."
The people laughed and started
dispersing. Rabiya called them back and said, "Listen! That’s exactly what
you are doing: I was just following your example. You go on seeking bliss in
the outside world without asking the first and primary question: Where have I
lost it? And I tell you, you have lost it inside. You are looking for it on the
outside for the simple, logical reason that you senses, your ears hear outward,
your hands reach outward; that's the reason why you are searching outside.
Otherwise I tell you, you have not lost it there - and I tell you on my own
authority. I have also searched on the outside for many many lives, and the day
I looked in, I was surprised. There was no need to seek and search; it has
always been within.”