Swami Balendu describes how he was once in a home where his hosts were fighting the whole day long.
Swami Balendu describes how different interests in between partners create a distance that is then difficult to overcome.
Swami Balendu explains why he believes, with first-hand experience, that intercultural and bilingual relationships last longer.
Swami Balendu writes about problems that people have with too much ego – they again and again lose the struggle against it and thus make prestige issues out of simple matters.
Swami Balendu describes a situation when two friends have an argument and the third one stands in between. If you are the one - what would you do?
Swami Balendu writes about the problems that exist in many Indian families where the daughters-in-law have fights with the rest of the family. The problem is clear for him: arranged marriage!
Swami Balendu explains why people in arranged marriages are not happy in India. Read why there are fights, why they still accept that they are arranged but why they still stay although there are problems.
Swami Ji describes how change in life takes place and why we need to be ready to go with the change of time instead of fighting against it.
Swami Ji writes about neighbours and colleagues, how some people are friends and others fight a small war with these people.
Swami Ji writes about fights in court when a relationship or marriage breaks apart. Instead of love there is now ego and greed.