Family Matters

June 10, 2019

Sowmya Gopal
Jun 25 · 2 min read
  • What i learned from Vyasa early on is being independent — sleeping alone, eating alone, talking alone (hahaha!) Vyasa does not feel lonely and thus does not need to seek attention
  • What i learned from Shuka early on is being resilient — experiencing light jaundice and heavy acne Shuka sleeps and drinks these irritations away
  • What i learned from Sheela later on is being cheerful — despite screaming and sobbing, tidying and travelling, Sheela appreciates how these happenings are just happenings
  • What i learned from Vyasa later on is being observant — greeting everyone in the room with verbal/physical affection Vyasa connects with the importance of making all feel important
  • What i learned from Shuka later on is being curious — passing hours and hours with bright eyes, Shuka endlessly follows the endless changes in front of him

Vichara Gurukula

This community platform provides an opportunity for Seekers within Chinmaya Mission to read, reflect, and contemplate, on their journey of Self Development.

Sowmya Gopal

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Vichara Gurukula

This community platform provides an opportunity for Seekers within Chinmaya Mission to read, reflect, and contemplate, on their journey of Self Development.