Brushes with Brahmn

From having a super-duper education to a so-so career, the author retired at the age of 41 to have quite some time to Rumi-nate, with valuable inputs from his Datta of Shirdi Baba, Sri Ramakrishna, and Sri Ramana Maharshi He found that he ...

Brushes with Brahmn

From having a super-duper education to a so-so career, the author retired at the age of 41 to have quite some time to Rumi-nate, with valuable inputs from his Datta of Shirdi Baba, Sri Ramakrishna, and Sri Ramana Maharshi He found that he didn't exist separate from the world but was very much a part of it and, more importantly, he didn't have to change the world, it was enough if he changed himself and the world would change to that extent...

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