My Zen Path: Top 5 posts of 2015

It has been an exciting month since I launched beta version of My Zen Path on 25th Nov 2015 and we have these top five posts/pages for 2015 based on the readership.

I am including excerpts of the top five posts/pages below and I would love to know your favorite post and your reasons for liking it. You may write it as a comment on the post itself or send me a mail via contact page.

1. How much money do you need to be happy?

Money & Happpiness
Money & Happpiness

I am not at all against money, nor am I advocating ascetic, frugal lifestyle. By all means you should earn plenty of money rightfully and spend it on things that offer you comfort or joy! However, I think money should not be the reason to hold you back from doing what you are really interested in,  from your own self-exploration. It should not prevent you from figuring out what you really want to do! Read more…

2. Introducing My Zen Path

Introducing My Zen Path
Introducing My Zen Path

Last few years I have been on my own journey of self-exploration. I have been trying to align my doing with my being. My Zen Path is in a way the culmination of all that I have been exploring for the past few years. It is my endeavor to provide guidance and examples of meaningful living and working with purpose through My Zen Path. Read more…

3. About My Zen Path & Manish

My Zen Path
My Zen Path

My Zen path is simply My Own Path! Zen can also be interpreted as becoming fully aware of your original nature, your real being. Keeping that in mind, My Zen Path becomes My Own Path, that is the path of my original nature, path of my being and my way of living! Read more…

4. Rethinking busy life

Rethinking Work Hours
Rethinking busy life

We all need time away from our work no matter how much we love our work. You cannot visit an art gallery in 15-20 minutes, you need to give enough time so that those paintings could talk to you. You need to spend enough time so that you realize how wonderful Van Gogh’s Starry Night is. You need time to understand his yellow. Read more…

5. Does money bring happiness?

Money & Happiness
Money & Happiness

Almost all of us want to be happy in our life. One of the reasons we engage in our chosen work is because we hope to derive some happiness from it. However as Barry Schwartz contemplates, a large population is deprived of deriving satisfactions from their work. Many such people among us thus, work for paycheck alone and perhaps, hope that money would bring that happiness! Read more…