Swami Balendu writes about respect of children in India and in the west, the differences and the reason for those differences.
Swami Ji writes about elderly people, why you should respect them and how you can deal with them being like children.
Swami Ji writes about respect for others – in an unorthodox, humorous way by comparing male and female breasts.
Swami Balendu writes how important respect for yourself is because without it you cannot feel respect for others.
Swami Ji writes about tolerance towards non-smokers and how smokers sometimes do not respect their wish and their decision.
Swami Ji writes about the relation that the younger and the older generation have with each other. He tells how to break this cycle of disrespect and get back into a loving relation.
Swami Ji writes about the conflict between the younger and the older generation. Disrespect and loneliness at a high age are very important topics.
Swami Ji talks about the attitude that a teacher should have towards his students for them to learn well and for him to have fun in teaching.
If you love and respect your partner or anyone else unconditionally you accept the whole person, the whole soul with all qualities.
Swami Ji talks about unconditional love: unconditional trust and unconditional respect are the base for it and thus essential to make a relationship work.