Author Archives: shweta Gupta

An urge to make this life more worthwhile started 4 years back with my first Vipassana meditation experience. Since then it has been growing stronger but I didn’t and couldn’t do anything  different from regular day to day work. Professional … Continue reading

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If I have to pick one thing that had most significant influence on my life so far, it would be my first experience at Vipassana in April 2008. Soon after that I got married and couldn’t keep up with the … Continue reading

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Yesterday I was looking for something on youtube and I came across the following video. Please do watch it. Its in hindi (Indian language). It brought back all my memories of Vipassana meditation. We used to hear this song “Tera … Continue reading

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Why me????

“Arthur Ashe, the legendary Wimbledon player was dying of AIDS which he got due to infected blood he received during a heart surgery in 1983. He received letters from his fans from the world over, one of which conveyed: “Why … Continue reading

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“ Gratitude is an art of painting an adversity into a lovely picture Please do watch the above video. It will take only 6 minutes and 10 seconds and may be couple more seconds/minutes for buffering It was awarded the … Continue reading

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Couple of days back I had this dream where I saw that I meet God and he asks me “What is the one thing you would like to ask for”. I knew in my dream that it surely wasn’t a … Continue reading

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Continuation of  When Faith and Love WIN and Logic FAILS (Part I) Sarah Linsdey Gupta passed away in the arms of her loving husband and family on Nov 6, 2011 at 6:40 PM (more information). I am sure that lot … Continue reading

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As I mentioned in my last post – my sister-in-law Sarah was diagnosed with adrenal cancer in April 2010. Each successive scan showed the cancer was spreading and tumors were getting bigger.  For the first time since we started doing … Continue reading

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“When you are discouraged,thinking all is lost Count your many blessings,name them one by one And it will surprise you what the Lord hath done.” — Johnson Oatman My father told me the following story and asked me to always … Continue reading

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I can’t believe that I am writing after a year now. Procrastination has become my second nature . Also it  was  busy and lot of things happened in last one year. My brother-in-law’s wife, Sarah who is 30 years old … Continue reading

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