Leaders Mantra
Every Change Begins With You

By: prabin raj | June 20, 2017

One day a man came to a wide river bank to attain enlightenment. He pondered for hours on how to cross such a wide barrier while staring hopelessly at the great obstacle in front of him. While he was to give up his pursuit he saw a great teacher on the other side of the river. The man yelled over to the teacher, "Oh wise one, can you tell me how to get to the other side of this river I am in a search of enlightenment?" The teacher pondered for a moment and yelled back, "My son, you are already on the other side."

-A Lighter Side of Buddhism

People wander, physically and mentally, to attain true enlightenment. The ignition is in the car not outside the car. Real enlightenment is within each one like the pupil is in the eye....

By: prabin raj | February 03, 2017


A rich man said to his friend, "Why is everyone always criticizing me for being miserly. Everyone knows that I have made provision to leave everything I have to charity when I die?" "Well," said the friend, “Let me tell you a story about a pig and a cow.

A pig was complaining one day to a cow about how unpopular the pig was. "People are always talking about your gentleness and your kindness, you give milk and cream, but I give even more”, said the pig. It continued, “I give bacon and ham. I give bristles and they even pickle my feet! Still no one likes me; I'm just a pig. Why is this?" The cow thought for a minute, and then said, "Well, maybe it's because I give while I'm still living”.

 

One day Je...

By: prabin raj | September 18, 2016

A martial arts student approached his teacher with a question. "I'd like to improve my knowledge of the martial arts. In addition to learning from you, I'd like to study with another teacher in order to learn another style. What do you think of this idea?" the master answered, "The hunter who chases two rabbits catches neither one."

 -Zen Stories To Tell Your Neighbours


The magic of doing one thing at a time can change you into a Master. Our minds behave like monkeys jumping branches after branches. Your mind is your instrument; learn to be its master and not its slave. 


Harvard business review holds that people in fact spend too many continuous hours juggling too many things at the same time and burn down all energy. Techn...