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Sonal Kulshrestha, Founder of desideewar, In DISCUSSION With RJ Nitu ..

TOPIC:  

VALENTINE'S DAY SPECIAL- Part II

KINDNESS IN RELATIONSHIPS

(Listen to Part I here.)


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FEB 1st, 1st Monday of the month, US CDT 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM, INDIA TIME 9:30 PM.

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YOUR KIND FEEDBACK: 

RUPAL MOHAN, PHX:

It was a very nice show. That's what I believe in. I believe- each one of us are accountable to God. So be kind and it comes back. Both my sons go to a Christian private school and I am so impressed to see that every teacher constantly reiterates the simple values of kindness, generosity, politeness, etc. It is very important to constantly expose kids to that, at the very least at home.

The song on mother was very touching- true mothers epitomize kindness- there is no greater example of kindness. My mom is an extremely kind and gentle person- she hurts nobody- not by words, neither with actions- just like you defined kindness.

GEETA SULE:

Thank you for playing the song I requested. It was included beautifully into the show and brought back lovely memories. 

The topic was very well presented, with very good supporting material from Chanakya Neeti, quotes from famous wise people and teachings of different religions. 

The discussion was thought provoking and makes you realize the significance of being kind to everyone at all times. I loved that you covered daughter-in-law and mother-in-law relationship and quoted  that 'No Religion Is Bigger Than Kindness'. In fact, it really made me miss my mother-in-law who passed away a few years back. I would like to pay my tribute to her here-

My mother-in-law was an extremely kind-hearted soul. She would always praise my cooking a lot. With each morsel that she took, compliments would flow out. When she visited us during my first pregnancy, I feel so touched to think that she would even give me foot massage when I had cramps. I am honored to have had a mother-in-law like her. She is truly missed.

MARY JACOB, TX:

I heard some snippets of your show. I liked the part where you reminded your daughter that it is important to be kind while reminding dad that it was her turn to decide. Your Costco incident left me thinking too :). The other part that stuck a cord is that kindness is universal but could mean differently in different cultures. 

Tabassum from TX shares this with us- "I had forwarded the details of you show on kindness to lot of my friends and after listening to your show they have been sharing messages on kindness with me. Wanted to share couple of them with you". 

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