Tag Archives: Logic

The Thirsty Crow

The Thirsty Crow

It was a hot and sultry day, and a thirsty crow was circling the houses on the outskirts of a city in search of water. Spying a terracotta pot in a garden courtyard, she flew down for a closer inspection. She perched on the rim and peered inside, to discover some water at the bottom.…

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Mind & Logic (Part 2)

Mind & Logic (Part 2)

Guruji gives a monthly Satsang at Kashi Kriya Yoga Centre in Gisborne, Australia, and it’s not an outing that I would willingly miss. Our two children usually come along and listen attentively to Guruji’s every word too (and as a result, we have some pretty interesting discussions at the dinner table!).

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Mind & Logic (Part 1)

Mind & Logic (Part 1)

A ninety-year-old great-grandfather announced that he had been alone too long and planned to remarry. Shock waves hit the family when he said it would be a sixteen-year-old girl. The man’s son consulted the family doctor, who stated that such a marriage would be detrimental to his father’s health, and advised him to dissuade the…

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