Showing posts from April 22, 2012

Making shopping for clothes a spiritual experience (for men who do not enjoy the same)

An old write up - written during the holidays...but did not have the courage to post it...!!

Accompanying your spouse to shop for clothes could be a tiring and burdensome activity for some. There are those rare men who enjoy this, so thank God if you are one of them. But if you are one, who does not detest shopping but consider as a necessary submission as part of the married life, you need to go though, is it possible to change it an enriching experience? I believe so.
Four steps to make it such an experience.
As you enter, observe, Celebrate and enjoy the creativity of God, the colours he has created, the beauty of creation, the variety of people. Celebrate the image of God, in us humans, evident through the ability to create dresses and various colours.
As your wife tries various dresses, Reflect on the imperfection we carry in our lives due to fall. Reflect on ways humans try to recapture the lost perfection by trying to create a near perfect image through external adornings and …

Lost focus

My last blog was almost 4 and half months back. I have been sitting and thinking, why has I "postponed" or "procrastinated" this for such a long time. Well the question was - did I "procrastinate" or "postpone"...

In psychology, procrastination refers to the act of replacing high-priority actions with tasks of lower priority, or doing something from which one derives enjoyment, and thus putting off important tasks to a later time.  (Wikipedia)
Postponement is a business strategy that maximizes possible benefit and minimizes risk by delaying further investment into a product or service until the last possible moment.  (Wikipedia)
Was it because "blogging" was "low priority" or I found something "more enjoyable" that blogging could be easily put off? Or was this strategic delay for a perceived "right time"....?
Both seems to be farfetched.....the fact was that blogging went off the horizon, because clouds of &qu…