Stepout and watch everyone, to see their inner emotions…………Things are not going right in their life. The unexpected things that happens in their life will damage them emotionally and spiritually. But they don’t retreat. Some are great by their service, but no one is Watching, Listening and Caring. People can’t always be strong, but can always be brave. Find about myself…………And i have found that people describes me in very different ways. I understand when we growing up everyone is a target. But i realize, they have their own reasons for talking to me.I realize – Don’t love too soon – Don’t trust too fast – Don’t judge too soon – Don’t quit too early and search happiness in yourself and you will feel happy even when left alone Love someone that they don’t know I am exist………….When you are alone Iam their, but you don’t care. I am their when you want to listen. I touch you, if you not allow me
Isha Foundation Ashram is in Coimbature, there is around 3000 volunters.For past one year, they are following strict lockdown protocols. No one is allowed to enter into the ashram. If anyone is not following the Covid -19 protocol will get punished.The preventive measured like Sanitisation, regular tempeature cheak, social distancing and mainly they regularly practice Yoga
which helps to strengthen their lungs capacity and immune system. They mostly eat raw vegetables and fruitsThere are 43 villages near to Isha Foundation Ashram.
Ashram volunteers feed the famous Kashayam to the people on this village and also teaching some yoga practices. Everyday they serve this for their good health
Drue Kataoka is the one of the earliest Clubhouse member. She joined after Clubhouse launch in March 2020Kataoka tells “I love getting involved with emerging platforms because they still have a lot of creative malleability and sparks of potential”
Kataoka is an activist. She realized that Clubhouse was going to be an extraordinary tool for activists, particularly as they are often stretched thin on time and money.In clubhouse room kataoka launched a #StopAsianHate campaign and fundraiser that surpassed its initial $10000 goal within the first hour and has now raised more than$93000 for the Asian American Federation (AAF)
Kataoka warns “Each morning over coffee, disturbing images flood our phones. And these problem will get worse especially if we are complacent and not vigilant. She says, she struggled to sleep in the middle of all the violenceShe wanted to raise funds immediately, and with the suggestion of her friend, former U.S. Ambassador Curtis Chin, she decided to donate to the AAF. “I started a Clubhouse room to lead a discussion on this topic and that first room raised $10,000 in one hour, but we didn’t stop there,” Kataoka tells NextShark. “With many subsequent rooms, we, the Clubhouse community, not only raised funds but drove awareness around the issue. Today our fundraiser has raised over $93,000 towards our $100,000 goal.” Kataoka said #StandTogether. She know Clubhouse will make a social impactKataoka –dont worry about the audience size at first. Iterate and find what is working best in terms of retention and success outcomesKataoka selected as the icon and it gives him an opportunity to create more visibility Drue kataoka is the founder of “Drue Kataoka Art Studio”
If nights are only meant for sleep, there would be no creative inventions in this world
Thomas Edison slept a mere three to four hours at night, “regarding sleep as a waste of time, a heritage from our cave days “some researchers go as far as estimating that artificial light has stripped modern life of 1-2 hours of sleep per night.
“sunset no longer meant the end of your social life; instead, it marked the beginning of it “ The person who sleeps eight or ten hours a night is never fully asleep and never fully awake — they have only different degrees of doze through the twenty-four hours. … For myself I never found need of more than four or five hours’ sleep in the twenty-four. I never dream. It’s real sleep. When by chance I have taken more I wake dull and indolent. We are always hearing people talk about ‘loss of sleep’ as a calamity. They better call it loss of time, vitality and opportunities.
Women in India have been victims of violence from many years in almost all the societies, regions, cultures and religious communities. Women in the Indian society have to bear variety of violence such as domestic, public, physical, social, emotional and mental. Violence against women is clearly seen in the history to a large extent which is still getting practiced without any positive change. Women in India were enjoying a quite comfortable position all through the Vedic period however, the condition got declined gradually because of the practice of violence against women all through the country. On the other hand, with the increasing level of violence against women they started losing their educational, social, political, economic, and cultural opportunities in the society.
They became restricted to live their normal lifestyle like healthy diet, wishful dress, marriage, etc. It was huge effort of male dominated country to make women limited and obedient. They started being enslaved and prostituted. Women in India started being used as commodities for the men to perform different functions of daily routine. There is a culture in the society for women to understand husband as a God, keep fast for their wellness and be depended on husbands. Widows were restricted to marry again and forced to follow sati pratha. Men understood their rights to beat women with rope or a bamboo stick. Violence against woman took a very fast speed when young girls were forced to serve as a Devadasi in the temple. It given rise to the prostitution system as a part of the religious life.
The fight of two major cultures (Islam and Hinduism) in the medieval period has increased the violence against women to a great extent. Young girls were forced to marry in the very early age and follow purdah system in the society. It made them isolated from almost whole world except their husband and family. Polygamy with strong roots was also started in the society and women lose their right of having unshared husband’s love. Female infanticide, dowry system and bride-killings are other big violence. Women are also facing lack of nutritious food, negligence to medicine and proper checkup, lack of educational opportunities, sexual abuse of girl child, rapes, forced and unwanted marriages, sexual harassment at public, home or work place, unwanted pregnancies at small intervals, bride-burning, wife-battering, negligence of old women in family, etc. In order to reduce the number of offenses and crimes against women in India, another Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) law, 2015 has been made by the Indian government. It is done so to replace the earlier Indian juvenile delinquency law of 2000 especially after the Nirbhaya case during which an accused juvenile was released. In this act, the juvenile age has been reduced by two years means 16 years from 18 years in cases of heinous offenses.