Swami Ji writes about the lack of respect that teenagers have in front of their parents in the west. Read about the reasons and consequences of this behavior.
Swami Ji writes about his experiences on his first visit to Germany, how his friend showed him around supermarkets, his flat and even a wine festival.
Swami Ji writes about parents and teenagers, how some people break their children and how others don't have any control over theirs. Read what you can do in his opinion.
Swami Ji writes about westerners who come to India and are surprised that nobody is shy to express his curiosity, to look and to ask.
Swami Ji writes about people who are curious but do not want to look or ask openly. There are funny and embarrassing situations that result from this.
Swami Ji writes about differences in manners of different cultures and countries for example knocking before entering which is not usual in India.
Swami Ji writes about silence and how silence can be a therapy just as talking. He recommends silence therapy which can heal you.
Swami ji writes about the difference in manners from Germany and India. Is it polite to ask how much you want to eat or not?