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Meanwhile, the global community is working hard to improve survival rates. One’s attention should be drawn back to the existential scale. Existence comes with purpose. If we haven’t yet considered the reason for our existence, we should do so before time runs out. It is moment now to bring people aware of the Nietzschean greatest statement, “God is dead”. The declaration that awoke the masses from their grief and gave them hope to look back on a jumbled past and envision a meaningful future ahead. In this pandemic period, I’ve been reading stories of people losing their loved ones and being in a complete state of paranoia about ‘what to do next?’. The emotional stress and resistance they are experiencing is causing them to miss out on their life’s purpose. In this devastating time, it is difficult to give life a positive purpose. But I’ve also seen some great souls…

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This article is for all those who are feeling negativity around, hearing death numbers, watching distressed people out there, thinking for universal wellness, learning about the days when things were good and stress-free. To all of those people, just sit tight in your seat and remember that life is a roller coaster, and right now we are plummeting in altitude, so we are experiencing pain, anxiety, fear, uncertainty, distress, and unhappiness. This is the moment we don’t want to see, so we’ve closed our eyes as we go towards the uneven path of life. Once we cross all the dangers around, life will become better. And so just experience it once, or you could either shut your eyes, and be in your own zone, praying for Universal wellbeing, and you will see the moment will pass soon. God is not so mean. It is testing us so we could evolve…

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The Ashtanga Yoga is a practice of the ancient wisdom of Patanjali’s yoga sutra. It leads to the overall development of mind, body, and spirit. These are very simple concepts whose thorough practices could eliminate the problems and sufferings of life. The Ashtanga yoga starts with the activities that we should avoid in life, and then it progresses towards the activities that one should regularly follow in life. The practice of Ashtanga yoga is to avoid certain bad practices and then to replace it with good practices. This philosophy gives us a very deep idea that humans have both positive and negative qualities. The negative quality should not make us lowly and the positive qualities should not make us filled with pride. There should be an approach towards the reduction of negative qualities and the increment of the positive ones. Such an understanding is mentioned appropriately in the theory of…

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