Swami Ji writes about death penalty and about the arguments for abolishing it. Do we have the right to take life? And is it really a punishment?
Swami Ji writes about a new study on education in India, how many students experience violence or sexual harassment and in which way.
Swami Ji writes about what religion is and what spirituality is. He writes about the rules of religion and the love for what you do in spirituality.
Swami Ji writes about a verdict in UAE where the supreme court decided that men are allowed to hit their wives if they carry away bruises.
Swami Ji writes about chanting om in the beginning of yoga classes, about people who believe that God would be angry because of it and about yoga and meditation accepted in western medicine.
Swami Ji writes about people who feel they need to justify their yoga practice by saying it is only physical exercise, nothing spiritual.
Swami Balendu writes how religions talk of sins to make others afraid so that they follow their rules. But you cannot learn spirituality and love, you just need to live your life in honesty, it will come by itself.
Swami ji writes about rules that lose their sense and become rituals. Donâ€™t forget the sense or you will just do it out of fear of sins.
Swami Ji writes about parents who hit their children. They think they give the child a lesson but the child would learn more if you gave more love instead.
Swami Ji writes about forgiveness and how we need to learn that we need to forgive ourselves, too.