Tag Archives: Equanimity

Subtle Art of Not Taking Things Personally

Not Taking Things Personally

“PFA  invoice template. Update and send to process payment.” Thus went the terse email I received from the accounts department of a client. The sender of the mail was a lady I had never interacted with. The attached document was a simple word file template with blank spaces where my own details of the job done were to be added…. Read more »

Everyday Equanimity

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My cell phone rings. “Hello!” I answer. “Helllllooo! Shruti hai kya (Is Shruti there)?” “Jee nahi. Ye Shruti ka number nahi hai. Aapka galat number lag gaya hai. (No. This is not Shruti’s number. You’ve got the wrong number.)” I disconnect the call. A modern definition of equanimity: cool. This refers to one whose mind remains stable & calm in… Read more »

Forgive And Forget

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Vidya Sury is too well known to need an introduction. Her posts are always brimming with positivity, she is always upbeat. Her words are insightful and funny. It is always a pleasure to read her. Though, sometimes I am simply not able to. But I believe that I would be taken to her blog the day I need to read… Read more »