Swami Balendu gives the bad news of one of their chef's death. With only 25 years, he died in mysterious ways.
Swami Balendu writes about life-threatening diseases and handicaps, how to deal with the news of such a disease or accidents and the only option to go on.
Swami Balendu tells what Apra knows about death and how it is different from what the religious believers tell their children.
Swami Balendu tells about a TV debate he took part in. It was a debate on Santhara, a Jain practice which promotes the suicide of people above 75 years.
Swami Balendu describes the ongoing preparations at the Ashram for an event on the weekend: the donation of your body after death.
Swami Balendu tells of an email he got after the death of his sister. Words by someone he once called friend.
Swami Balendu tells how his daily life and work returned to normal after the loss of his sister – and how it was NOT completely back to normal.
Swami Balendu describes the effect that his sister's death had on his religiosity as well as on the belief of his family.
Swami Balendu tells of the time after his sister's death when his family was in deep grief.
Swami Balendu describes in his autobiography how he lost his sister. Read a report of the most difficult time of his life.