The word in Pali language for gratitude is kataññutā. The word consists of two parts: kata, which means that which has been done, especially to oneself; and annuta means knowing or recognizing. I am likely missing yet another fifty but doing this exercise revealed the many things that are easy to take for granted. — The… Continue reading The Unsolicited Fortunes – Fifty Things I Am Grateful For
Think about a time in your life when you felt very fortunate. It could be the moment when you realised that the long lasting friendships you have from school days were out of pure chance. It could be that lucky break you had in your career when you just happened to be at the right… Continue reading You Maybe Going Deep in Debt and Not Even Know About it!