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Happiness Unlimited by Sister ShivaniThe reason why there is so little happiness in the world is dependency. Happiness is not dependent on anything or anyone or found anywhere. We keep delaying our happiness until things are just right in our life. We think we will be happy in the future and then wonder why we are not happy now. Happiness is only possible when we are able to accept everyone as they are, at every moment, in every situation. That means an end to judging or resisting others, an end to complaining and blaming, an end to criticizing and controlling and an end to competing with anyone.
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She works at a business software company with her husband and stays with him in Gurgaon. For her education, she has completed her Bachelors in Electronics Engineering with a gold medal from Pune University in Soon after that around the age of 23, she started attending the lectures of spiritual organization Brahmakumari workshops.
Brahma Kumaris is a spiritual organisation predominantly led and managed by women, and presently has its headquarters in Mount Abu Rajasthan, India. In the beginning, it was a gathering, headed by Dada Lekhraj, of a small number of devotees, which gradually grew larger, and eventually transformed into a worldwide organisation with offices in countries. To explore how this obscure group went on to become a global spiritual organisation, we must go back to pre-Partition Hyderabad. Many of these men joined the Sindwork firms that were working across the globe and would spend several years in foreign countries, leaving their womenfolk behind. The world of women was the household, within which most of them were secluded. Perhaps it was the isolation and sense of being left behind, stranded in a house without men, that prompted women to explore avenues that would enable them to live more purposeful and spiritually meaningful lives.