Random Links for the Weekend


Some inspiring, some not so inspiring.

The inspiring

Effective ways to get out of a negative mindset – an article by Tejvan for Sri Chinmoy Inspiration self improvement blog

Video Podcast of friend Stephen Hopson. Stephen is deaf from birth and makes his living as a motivational speaker. He has a blog Adversity University with some interesting articles.

Learning to Live by Sumangali

Life Voices – new blog of Kedar

Bob Dylan recites the Lock and Key poem by Sri Chinmoy at Priyadarshan.org

Only slightly less inspiring.

Shardul shows his age with a folk video from the 1950s (interestingly I saw an excellent film about Woodie Guthrie recently )

Not Necessarily Inspiring at All

A good reason to be vegetarian

Tommy Cooper Jokes

The Difference between Economists and non Economists at the Economics Essay blog

Music I am Listening to

  • Mozart’s Requiem
  • Arthada and Friends

Videos I am Watching

  • Jeeves & Wooster – The complete Series. Bertie Wooster is magnificent, Jeeves is absolutely superb, but, why do all the other characters have to be so irritating?
  • The Maggie – Ealing Comedy Classic

What I’m Dreaming of

Cycling heaven – Cycling Tubes to go around cities (link coming soon)

What I am doing too much of

Checking email

What I should be doing more of

Singing Spiritual Songs

Picture courtesy of Unmesh Swanson, Sri Chinmoy Centre Galleries

New Stumble account: http://tejvan.stumbleupon.com

3 thoughts on “Random Links for the Weekend”

  1. Tejvan:

    Wow, thanks my friend! I appreciate you sharing my first-ever video with subtitles to those interested enough to take a little peek into my world at Adversity University. It was both exhilarating and scary at the same time, being that I’m somewhat a techi-phobe.

    But once I dive into it and climb the learning curve (with respect to videotaping as well as subtitling it), I found to my delight that it wasn’t all that hard. 🙂

  2. I just needed to thank you for your great website poetseers.org. There is no greater feeling then checking your email and having a poem to read! Also, email or not, I make it a point to go to poetseers each day and read a little to widen my mind each day. Being obliged to send this message, I will say it one more time, thank you!


Comments are closed.