Talking Life with Sadathullah Khan

Q: Your ‘Discover Yourself’ workshops empower people tremendously, and God bless you for that! While people are very empowered during the three days of the workshop, when they get back to the realities of their lives, be it toxic family members at home or the workplace, rough men and women, traffic, pollution, water problems, and all such mundane matters, how […]

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Q: If I am not mistaken, you studied Science or Engineering in college and then became a businessman. So, what inspired you to go off on what might seem a very unrelated field—of counselling and helping people to ‘discover’ themselves? A: Yes, I graduated in Bachelor’s in Science from St Joseph’s College and then completed my […]

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Dear Sir, Q: Some people think that to be religious one should be grim, glum, sad and serious. These people never smile or laugh—maybe they think this is a sin and something frivolous and ‘worldly’. They also look sad, strict or even angry. They radiate not love and joy, but depression and negativity. One doesn’t […]

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Question: I live in a neighbourhood where the sense of keeping surroundings clean, including the front yards and back yards, does not seem to exist. The backyard of my immediate neighbour is full of trash…old tube lights, tooth-brushes, old furniture, bottles, and what not. I cannot tell her to keep her backyard clean as I […]

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