Author Janani Ramanathan takes a fascinating example from the world of literature to speak of the significance of self-giving in parenting and all human relationships. Click HERE.
Category: Human Love & Relationships
Gṛhasthadharma: Dharma of A Householder
“Grihastha life, meaning marriage and rearing of a family, is a social institution based on ego. It can only be a stage in the evolution of a spiritual man.” (Sri [ … ]
Nature of Human Love
Human love, says the Mother, “is not a need of the soul, but rather a concession it makes for a time to the ego.” (CWM, Vol. 14, p. 120). This [ … ]
For the sake of the Self
“Not for the sake of the wife,” says Yajnavalkya in the Upanishad, “but for the sake of the Self is the wife dear to us.” This in the lower sense [ … ]
What does love seek?
Q: What Does Love Seek? According to Sri Aurobindo, love seeks for two things, eternity and intensity. In his chapters on Yoga of Divine Love (ordinarily referred to as Bhakti [ … ]
Love – a universal force
“…[love] exists by itself and its movement is free and independent of the objects in which and through which it manifests. It manifests wherever it finds a possibility for manifestation, [ … ]