Wednesday, September 24, 2003

Each person is born in an environment that influences upbringing as from childhood and from the culture, society or family, the person ‘you’ make waves to confront the darker shadows and its then being assertive that makes a difference. The world’s disaster, natural or man made may never stop but it’s the more unity of ‘We’ rather than ‘I’ to keep one community worldwide alike and that’s to observe a religion of ‘Humanity’. If differences defuse, black seeds of anger, ego, hurt, hatred ness or the like melts and remains is a universal dream of ‘spellbound happiness’ It is nick of time to infuse moral values in kids and check their EQ, IQ & adopt to SQ. Researchers puzzle that some of the IQ scores do fairly poor and waste their potential by thinking, behaving and communicating in a way that hinder their progress. It is more evident that present times demand more IQ, EQ and the coming third wave generation would definitely have to sort for the third ‘Q’ – SQ (Spiritual Quotient) Blend the three together and a ‘Genius’ is Born!

So, check those ‘Qs’ Live up to potentials, Keep breathing Alive, Quite Naturally!

-Editor, Kidsfreesouls
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Saturday, September 13, 2003

It's Raold Dahl's Birthday on Sept. 13 (1916) - a profilic writer of children's stories, adult fiction and film scripts born in Wales of Norwegian parents. His stories are marked by nightmarish or fantasy elements, grotesque humour and surprise endings. His most popular books for children are Gremlins(1943), James and the Giant Peach (1961) and Charlie & the Chocolate Factory (1964).
Dahl's adult fiction includes the short story collections Kiss Kiss (1960), Tales of the Unexpected (1979) and Raold Dahl's Books of Ghost Stories (1983). He wrote the screen plays for the James Bond film 'You only live Twice' (1967) and the Children's classic 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968)  Raold died in1990 leaving behind his books that find place on top shelves in kids rooms.

Indeed, Books widen the doors of imagination and stimulate the mind. Desire of Knowledge is a natural feeling. Lips that speak knowledge are a rare jewel. Some read to think, some read to write but majority of them need to talk! Our mind is a wanderer as it create thoughts, thoughts create intentions and intentions create reality! Thoughts rule the world! The mind in its own place and itself can make a heaven of hell or a hell of heaven.

Surf Blossomsmile ilaxi's world and dive into the ocean of Knowledge. Read the reviews and there, you sure pick up some gems! Enjoy!

- Editor, Kidsfreesouls

Friday, September 12, 2003

The Zero Ground is the bitter memory of a devastating fall of the Twin Towers. September 11 (911) marks the two-year anniversary of an attack that shocked the world. September 11th changed lives around the globe, and its impact can still be felt today.

Like Robert Schuller says in ‘Why Bad things happen to good people’, there stands no exceptions for good people and god leave us room to be human. The story of a man named Job reflects the story of a pious man, a perfect person who has faith in god, yet God takes his trials when Satan challenges god and tells him to take away his riches and comfort and then see how good he is. Yet, God rules! Job has faith in him and does not flinch! “Behold, he snatches away and who can hinder him, what are you doing?’ (Job 9:12 – Bible) Job said we live in an unjust world and we cannot expect fairness. There is god but he is free of the limitations of justice and righteousness. God even has a hard time keeping chaos in check and limiting those evils can do. And like our very own Hindu Religion says, Kalki Yug is here, the destruction of evil on earth and god comes riding on a White Horse to do so!

At this hour, one can pray for peace to the souls and hope, peace prevails all over the world and terrorism with its deadly claws, sleeps to rest forever!

-Editor, Kidsfreesouls

Thursday, September 11, 2003

In their religious goals, men do not differ from one another, no matter where they live and when. All seek favor and protection against dangers of life. They pray for courage in hour of conflict, comfort in time of grief, guidance in daily concerns. They release pangs of conscience. There are six great Religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Chinese, Islam, Judaism and Christianity. Some have similarities but all six obviously have supplied answers to some of the great questions raised in every human mind by the mystery of life. All of them help men to bear their sorrows. They all tell men how to live, give assurance in the presence of death. Every Religion has noble teachings and lofty moral goals. As Osho says "God has been talked about in every corner of the world but God has remained far away, beyond the stars. Only India has established that God is within man. And in realizing that God within man, only India has given man the capability, the dignity and the beauty to be himself becoming the temple, the shrine. How every being can become a temple and how each being in each moment can become a prayer - this you can call my Dream" Leaving aside our Religious Differences, the World can be a Better Place on earth and spread the message of a big great Religion called HUMANITY!

God Save Mankind, God Save the Universe
Let there be Peace on Earth. Scatter sunshine - Let Love fill the colors of Life!

- Editor, Kidsfreesouls