Remember to reach out and hold a needy hand…
As the power of healing is in a caring touch.
Have you really touched someone today Have you been embraced with expansive love Have you felt like reaching out with all your heart Have you held another’s hand in your hand… Great is the healing in a caring touch One handhold can lift a broken spirit One hug can heal another soul One step to […]
You can’t change how people act, but what you can change is how you react – Bonnie Hammer
- Sudha Murthy’s take on life, trials and tribulations:
I am Slowly Learning That :-
- I Don’t Have To React To ‘Everything’ That Bothers Me.
- I don’t have to hurt those who hurt me.
- Maybe the ‘ultimate’ sign of maturity is walking away instead of getting even.
- The energy it takes to react to every bad thing that happens to you drains you and stops you from seeing the other good things in life.
- I’m not going to be everyone’s cup of tea.
- I won’t be able to get everyone to treat me the way I want to be treated.
- Trying so hard to ‘win’ anyone is just a ‘waste’ of time and energy and it fills you with ‘nothing’ but emptiness.
- Not reacting doesn’t mean I’m okay with things, It just means I’m choosing to ‘rise’ above it.
- Sometimes ‘not’ saying anything at all says everything.’
- Reacting to things that…
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Cut – Peel and Chop – 1 Half Ripe Mango in pcs.Heat – 1 Tbsp. Coconut Oil – 1 tsp. Mustard seeds – tsp. Cumin Seeds – 1 tsp Urad Dal – SplutterAdd – 3-4 Green Chilli (or red) – 5 Cloves Garlic – Handful Curry Leaves – 1/2 tsp. Chilli powder 1 tsp. Turmeric Powder – Mix wellCook – 2 – 3 cups water – Mango pcs – Salt to Taste – Bring to Boil – 1/2 Cup Dry Grated Coconut (almost Powder ) – Cook till Mango Soft – turn off stoveBlend – 1 Cup Creamy Yogurt – 1/2 Cup water – Mix in above – Stir and bring to boil on very very low Flame – DoneDelicious Side dish for a Barebeque or with rice or Couscous.Note : Use Sour raw mango instead of Half ripe if preferred.Last weekend I made this for side dish. Our guests loved it so much, and requested for the recipe. Fr. Nevin you have already received the recipe by email the same evening. Hope you enjoy making it too.
Recipe for Sweet, spicy and sour Mango Curry a Kerala classic and favorite. Simple to make and packed with a great depth of flavor. Perfect dish for seasonal mangoes that are slightly underripe to enjoy with Rice or Fried meats.
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Chop – De-seed and Chop 250g Soft Dates – Small pcs.
Soak – Tamrind (Tennis ball Size) in 1 cup Hot Water – Extract juice
Heat – Pan – 2 tsp. Oil – Low Flame – 1/2 tsp Cumin Seeds – 1/2 Fennel Seeds – 1/2 tsp. Ginger Powder – 1tsp. Chilli Powder – Quick Stir
Saute – Dates – in above – 3-4 mnts – 1 tsp. Salt – Low Flame
Cook – Pour Tamrind Juice to Saute – Pinch of Sugar Bring to Boil – Till Dry and Oil has started to realease – Turn off Stove – Done
Delicious Chutney to Enjoy with Pilaf or as Dip or Sauce for Snacks. Yummy!!
Note : Adjust Salt and Spices to taste.
Easy Recipe for sweet and sour Date Chutney to accompany all kinds of Crispy Snacks or Pilaf
Words are, of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind – Rudyard Kipling
Better than a thousand hollow words, is one word that brings peace – Buddha
The word of the day is…