Sunday, February 5, 2023


Reena Singh has more than 37 years’ experience in senior editorial positions in The Times of India (TOI) and Genpact. She was Deputy Editor with TOI’s spiritual newspaper, The Speaking Tree, where she spent nine years.

post-Putting Five Minutes to Good UsePutting Five Minutes to Good Use

Every day five-minute free slots come our way. It’s up to us to make good use of it or waste it in useless pursuits, says REENA SINGH It takes about five minutes to make a phone call to a pal...

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post-Pledge to go VeganPledge to go Vegan

REENA SINGH reminds us that today, November 1, is World Vegan Day Veganism is now much more than a health fad. It is a worldwide movement and ties up with the mission to save the world. Vegans claim that the...

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post-Feeling Down? Get Up And GoFeeling Down? Get Up And Go

Keep busy and you will never feel the blues, says REENA SINGH This morning, as I was leafing through the pages of a tiny booklet entitled, Be Tension Free by Shri Shri Kinkar Vitthal Ramanuja, one tiny chapter within it caught my...

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post-The Best Way To Lose WeightThe Best Way To Lose Weight

I have always battled with weight. In the beginning till I was in my twenties I was just that one or two kg in excess over my normal weight. It wasn’t much, but back then, I would have given anything...

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post-Healing Speeds Up With MeditationHealing Speeds Up With Meditation

There is a saying among meditation teachers that medicine can help only on a very physical level, and even that help is never permanent. The actual root cause of a disease lies in the mind, especially in the stress, anxiety,...

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post-The Brilliant Blue of WaterThe Brilliant Blue of Water

God meant for us to gaze and contemplate upon water; why else would he give over 70 per cent of space on earth to water, asks REENA SINGH Some people instinctively seek a water vacation, when it comes to taking...

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post-Take A Walk With DivinityTake A Walk With Divinity

It is not for nothing that spiritual masters, yogacharyas, ayurvedacharyas and fitness experts tell you to go take a walk as a cure for almost anything and everything. It whittles down your fat, puts you in a happier frame of...

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post-A Taste Of Home In Faraway CanadaA Taste Of Home In Faraway Canada

In India, not all of us are real gardeners. We generally have a mali, a gardener, who does most of the digging, weeding, planting, sowing and watering. All we do is the planning and few of us get our hands dirty. But...

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post-Canadian Indian’s Seva for Underprivileged ChildrenCanadian Indian’s Seva for Underprivileged Children

Canadian Indian Munira Nagji’s work to educate underprivileged children in various parts of India shows her selfless commitment to a most noble cause It all began when Munira Nagji began homeschooling her son back in the early 2000s in Calgary,...

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