What does this title, "Chief of Protocol," mean? Who am I supposed to be? I wasn’t given a handbook when this title was bestowed upon me. In fact, I’ve gone through many incarnations of this title, Chief of Protocol.
Now that Zoom, Skype and other services have taken over our daily lives as we know it – many are wondering how to look as good on the internet as you do in person. That means figuring out how to flatter your face on everyone's laptop screens
Very often, the least thing you want to do is hear another’s point of view. In reality, it’s the best thing for you. There can be no understanding unless you can stand under your thinking because you’ve heard others and have understand yours to be the best of all, or, and most importantly, you’ve changed your view in pursuit of the best because of another’s view.
Sat Nam! With our reduced opportunities to connect with each other physically in the age of COVID-19, it's easier than ever to feel isolated. Making connections with each other now is more important than ever.
I remember a song by Marvin Gaye called, “What’s goin on.” Well, that’s what most people are wondering about everything these days. Everything from nations to individuals, and all corporate stops in between, everything seems topsy-turvy. It is, and there doesn’t seem to be any rhyme or reason for it. Well, there is, please let me explain.
Gadgets can pile up over the years -- new ones come out, old ones break. You probably have a drawer full of old batteries and cables, and some old phones, laptops and desktops lying around, which may only be growing larger if you've replaced any of your electronics over the holidays.
There are ladders and steps, Moguls and Mongols (metaphorically), all sorts of challenges on the path of ascendance. There are also great rewards. One or the other usually stops us, stops us from ascending further. Consciously or unconsciously, we reached our limit. All of us learn to live within these limitations.
Cutting, copying, and pasting seems like such a simple process, having been a core feature of Windows and Windows applications for years. But there are some tricks, techniques, and tools you can use to ease and enhance the process.
I laugh when others judge another’s spirituality. "Oh, he’s not really spiritual. He fakes it." Well, fake it til you make it. "She’s just diluting herself. She’s following her own course." Well, what if her course matches up with Infinity? Nothing’s right or wrong, thinking makes it so.
By Richard Ian Greene
As I left the Sunday Gurdwara service, Yogi Bhajan and a number from the Darbar accompanied me to my car (an old Subaru with tinted glass). The car was parked near the west entry to the Gurdwara. Yogi Bhajan asked what was in the back of my car. I said, “Nothing important, Sir.” Yogi Bhajan laughed and instructed security to search my car.