The Camera View Of Happiness

    The camera view of happiness

By Raj H.

Baby Diyajal with camera gear. Photo by Raj H.

Baby Diyajal with camera gear. Photo by Raj H.

    Happiness is like a view from a camera. An ever happy person positions himself in a place from where he can have a better view of happiness and peace. He is always busy zooming in and out, panning left and right, tilting up and down his camera to locate and shoot happiness and peace. Then he reviews his footage and trims it and puts it in order. Most of all, he reminds himself of his objective at each step of this process. The result is: he presents himself and others a nice and short, clean and crisp video of happiness and peace.

        He is always successful at doing this because he know the secret: happiness is a choice.

 

Questions and Choices

Model: Thirish H. Photo by Raj H.

Model: Thirish H. Photo by Raj H.

     Questions and Choices

By Raj H.

     This normally happens: you have studied for a test, you are at the exam, and you see the question paper. As soon as you read the question, you realize that you know the answer. But then you read the choices, and every choice looks like the right answer. And the real killer is the fear of – what if you are wrong?

    This happens more often in real life situations.

      What do you do then?

   Stop analyzing the choices. Take a deep breath and read the question again if it’s an academic exam; remind yourself of your purpose and priorities if it’s a real life situation.

   Don’t force yourself to find the right choice. Instead spend some time with this question: what do you really want?

 

Sri Sai Baba Temple, Nashville, TN.

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 Sri Sai Baba Temple, Nashville, TN.

 

Sri Sai Baba Temple, Nashville, TN. Photo By Raj H.

Sri Sai Baba Temple, Nashville, TN. Photo By Raj H.

     Have you been to the Sri Sai Baba Temple in Nashville yet?  If you haven’t, plan to visit the temple today and receive blessing from Baba.
           The temple is newly built, and a part of it is still under construction. When I went there, I found an amazing stillness in the environment. Being at this temple is no different than being in deep meditation.

 

Here is the address:

12330 Old Hickory Blvd,

Antioch, TN 37013.

 

Telephone:+1 6153469381
E-mail:sai@srisaibabatemple.org
http://www.srisaibabatemple.org/
Temple Hours:
Week Days: Morning 10 am – 12 pm Evening 6 pm – 7.30 pm
Saturday & Sunday: Morning 10 am – Evening 7.30pm.
    If your GPS doesn’t recognize the address, use Beatiful Gate Church’s address( 12316 Old hickory blvd, Antioch, TN), which is right by the temple.
Can’t get any better: the coordinates

36.043020, -86.586716‎

36°02’34.9″N 86°35’12.2″W

Sri Sai Baba Temple, Nashville, TN.

 

Sri Sai Baba Temple, Nashville, TN. Photo By Raj H.

Sri Sai Baba Temple, Nashville, TN. Photo By Raj H.

Sri Sai Baba Temple, Nashville, TN. Photo By Raj H.

Sri Sai Baba Temple, Nashville, TN. Photo By Raj H.

Sri Sai Baba Temple, Nashville, TN. Photo By Raj H.

Sri Sai Baba Temple, Nashville, TN. Photo By Raj H.

Sri Sai Baba Temple, Nashville, TN. Photo By Raj H.

Sri Sai Baba Temple, Nashville, TN. Photo By Raj H.

Sri Sai Baba Temple, Nashville, TN. Photo By Raj H.

Sri Sai Baba Temple, Nashville, TN. Photo By Raj H.

Sri Sai Baba Temple, Nashville, TN. Photo By Raj H.

Sri Sai Baba Temple, Nashville, TN. Photo By Raj H.

Sri Sai Baba Temple, Nashville, TN. Photo By Raj H.

Sri Sai Baba Temple, Nashville, TN. Photo By Raj H.

The Infinite Game

The Infinite Game

By Raj H.

Photo By Raj H.

Photo By Raj

            Life is an infinite game; there is no beginning or an ending to it. What seems like an ending is in actuality a change of a season; it’s moving from one season to another.

   The life changes it’s game rules every now and then to make sure there is no winner or a loser. This game of life is all about playing the game: do what you can and accept what is.

Groundhog Day

Groundhog Day

 

Are you bored or agitated? Don’t want to be where you are?

Watch the movie “Groundhog Day.” Rent it, buy it, watch it the way you like, and feel lighter as never before.

 

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Spring in Nashville – Part 3

Photo by Raj H.

Photo by Raj H.

Photo by Raj H.

Photo by Raj H.

Spring in Nashville – Part 2

Photo by Raj H.

Photo by Raj H.

Photo by Raj H.

Photo by Raj H.

Photo by Raj H.

Photo by Raj H.

Spring in Nashville

Spring in Nashville 2014. Photo by Raj H.

Spring in Nashville 2014. Photo by Raj H.

Spring in Nashville 2014. Photo by Raj H.

Spring in Nashville 2014. Photo by Raj H.

Spring in Nashville 2014. Photo by Raj H.

Spring in Nashville 2014. Photo by Raj H.

Crossings Blvd, Antioch, TN. Photo by Raj H.

Crossings Blvd, Antioch, TN. Photo by Raj H.

What is forgiveness?

Photo by Raj H.

Photo by Raj H.

   What is forgiveness?

      Forgiveness is realizing that nothing is perfect. It’s giving a second chance; it’s a belief that everything changes. Forgiving others is forgiving yourself and seeing yourself in the person you have forgiven. Through forgiveness, you express your real nature.

Written by Raj H.

A view from Natchez Trace Parkway bridge, Nashville. TN.

A view from Natchez Trace Parkway bridge. Photo by. Raj H.

A view from Natchez Trace Parkway bridge. Photo by. Raj H.