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Seven Zen Stories That Could Open Your Mind


For centuries, Zen masters have used stories and koans, or paradoxical riddles, to help students realize their true nature. These stories are often puzzling and may seem nonsensical, but ponder them yourself and you might emerge wiser and more self-aware. Here are seven of our favorite Zen stories. Zen is a branch of Buddhism that came about in China during …

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Abhishek Thaware Defied Destiny and Disability to Become India’s First Teeth Archer

Abhishek Thaware

Abhishek Sunil Thaware excelled at the Para Archery World Championship trials conducted by the Archery Association of India (AAI) in July 2015. He then bagged a silver medal at the All India Archery meet for the disabled in Baroda in August 2015. In September, he qualified for a state-level meet conducted by the Nagpur District Association. He finished 27th at …

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Poem On The Modern Day Woman

Upekha Jain @dontgiveupworld

Everyone has their definition of the term. But in reality, the modern woman is whoever she wants to be. Who is the ‘modern day woman’? The one who walks shoulder to shoulder with her male counterpart? The one who perfectly balances her personal and professional lives? Or the who breaks free from all stereotypes that revolve around women? Amid many …

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