How About a Vacuum?

By Joseph Mattappally on 25-08-2017

Reality is not far away; it fills us. The moment we earnestly turn around or look inwards into the subtlety of existence we will see it in its full ambience. Quite recently, I happened to hear a millionaire speaking,
“Unless my only daughter would have come forward to take up this empire I had built, personally, my efforts would have been a great loss. With no legal heir to inherit, my investment of time and effort would have been a great blunder.”
Are we on this blunder road?
Vijaypat Singhania, ‘the Complete Man’ behind the 12000 crores Raymond Empire, endorses the theory of futility of efforts. He passed all his property to his son Goutham. We don’t know what happened in between them. The media says that Singhania is out without even a small hut to live.
All of you also might have read the story of a billionaire woman who turned skeleton?
She continued to be so, until his son came from USA, after a long break, just to see his mother living alone in Mumbai.
Also we heard the story of an IAS topper (2012 batch) who committing suicide. The reasons were traced to be family issues.
The one factor, which was missing in all these cases, was ‘Love’. It flows only to vacuums. This vacuum – we have to make it.
How?
Sharing out all that we have.

About The Author

Sri. Joseph Mattappally

Sri. Joseph Mattappally, Founder and Director of Indian Thoughts, is a writer and social worker. He is also a Reiki Master (RIRC Mumbai) and licensed Amateur Radio Operator ( VU2JIM). He has authored 'Success Secrets', a book detailing basic life management principles.