Swami Balendu tells of yesterday's 'Bal Mela', a children festival in Vrindavan to which his daughter went with the Ashram children and guests.
Swami Balendu tells of his daughter Apra, how she grows and develops – and how energetically she talks and tries to convince others of her views.
Swami Balendu explains what he believes needs to change if the domestic violence against children in India should stop: the pride of having been hit and of hitting yourself.
Swami Balendu describes how Indian people London arrange their marriages either themselves or have them arranged by their parents.
Swami ji writes about ego which sometimes keeps people from being honest. And then it keeps them from changing the way.
Swami ji writes about compromises and being honest. Live honestly with your values and principles, otherwise you will feel guilty.
Swami Ji talks about inferiority complexes, studying with the pressure from outside and how you can overcome this feeling of competition.