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Reinvention in mid life

Word count----850Bio....60Abstract....Reinvention calls for letting go of the life that we once had and welcoming ourselves to think in a new perspective, reexamine our lives, ourselves in the light of a new age. It may not be the age that we once had, yet it is the age we have now. And how do we live in the light of this reality, once again? It needs an ongoing renewal of who we are and where we would like to be at this phase of life. A renewal that is taught by the art of resilience, that…See More
Jan 5
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Jan 5
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Jayita Bhattacharjee posted an Article

Reinvention in mid life

Word count----850Bio....60Abstract....Reinvention calls for letting go of the life that we once had and welcoming ourselves to think in a new perspective, reexamine our lives, ourselves in the light of a new age. It may not be the age that we once had, yet it is the age we have now. And how do we live in the light of this reality, once again? It needs an ongoing renewal of who we are and where we would like to be at this phase of life. A renewal that is taught by the art of resilience, that…See More
Dec 14, 2018
Jayita Bhattacharjee posted an Article

Love and Power....Are they mutually exclusive?

Word count.... 800Bio....60Abstract....The tale of love versus power has been passed down over the ages, to be told and retold, until mankind as a whole gets the message and understands it with their hearts—how easily wisdom and compassion can get totally blinded by the chasing after power, desire to dominate, and the distorted “us vs them” thinking. But love is a power that takes this savage power struggle and transforms the fierceness to a beautiful sharing of the hearts. Two mindsets that…See More
Dec 7, 2018
Jayita Bhattacharjee posted an Article

A life beyond loss

Word count...850Bio....60Abstract....Saying goodbye to someone we love is never easy. To wave the final farewell to the nearest and dearest, is life’s most difficult thing to do. Yet, it is life that pushes us sometimes, to do the most undoable thing. How to get through a hardest hit and still come out alive—the pathway varies from person to person.  Yet, someday we need to return to the places we ran away from, to the life we need to live with what is left...the question is how...Millions of…See More
Dec 3, 2018
Jayita Bhattacharjee commented on Jayita Bhattacharjee's blog post 'How the grief reveals the light'
"Hello Leigh, I did not get any such email. But I followed your link and saw the edition. It is so nice. The magazine is a piece of art. I like the layout so much. You are a genius. Jayita"
Dec 3, 2018
Leigh Burton commented on Jayita Bhattacharjee's blog post 'How the grief reveals the light'
"Hello you... You should be getting an email twice every month to let you know it is out.  If you don't you can sign up at the OM Times magazine website.  Here is the LINK.  That is how I know.  We publish at the first and…"
Dec 3, 2018
Jayita Bhattacharjee commented on Jayita Bhattacharjee's blog post 'How the grief reveals the light'
"Hello Leigh,  Is there any particular date of every month, when the article gets published? So, I can get to share it. I am very new and trying to figure out things. Thank you so much for all that you do. Jayita Bhattacharjee"
Dec 3, 2018
Jayita Bhattacharjee commented on Jayita Bhattacharjee's blog post 'How the grief reveals the light'
"You are so welcome Leigh. Thank you for everything."
Nov 12, 2018
Leigh Burton commented on Jayita Bhattacharjee's blog post 'How the grief reveals the light'
"Thank you Jayita.  You are a fantastic writer.  "
Nov 12, 2018
Jayita Bhattacharjee commented on Jayita Bhattacharjee's blog post 'How the grief reveals the light'
"Hello, Thank you very much for liking my article. I added my word count and bio. It is a great joy to be able to share my writings.  From next time onwards, I will add the abstract at the beginning."
Nov 7, 2018
A blog post by Jayita Bhattacharjee was featured

How the grief reveals the light

Wordcount....850Bio...60Abstract....When we face the toughest of times and bend down in pain, something says--"it is not over". There is still something left. And from the crumbled pieces, rises a story. A story that can inspire the world so they can see how something beautiful can arise from all that seems so lost. From the brokenness, we can walk towards wholeness again. After all, the greatest of stories rises from the broken pieces.When grief pushes you down to your knees, and you stare at…See More
Nov 6, 2018
Leigh Burton commented on Jayita Bhattacharjee's blog post 'How the grief reveals the light'
"Hey there.  Great piece.  I would like to send it to publishing and get it into the magazine.  Can you please add a quick bio (about 60 words) to the end, with any link you might have?  As well, for future reference, it helps to…"
Nov 6, 2018
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Please provide a brief Author Bio ( 60 to 100 words maximum, please. )
Jayita Bhattacharjee....born in Calcutta, India and later on education from University of Houston in Economics, she had chosen her career as a trustee and teacher. Her Indian residence is in the vicinity of the famous Belurmath. Currently, she is settled in Tampa, Florida.

It was a calling of her soul to write with the ink that kept flowing from her heart. This is what gave her the fulfillment, the richness in her heart. Her books " The Ecstatic Dance of Soul', " Sacred Sanctuary", " Light of Consciousness", " Dewdrops of Compassion" are meant to shed light on what guides a person to respond to the mystical voice hidden inside, to soar in a boundless expansion with the limitless freedom of spirit.
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https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6850731.Jayita_Bhattacharjee

jayitabhattacharjee.weebly.com

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Reinvention in mid life

Posted on December 14, 2018 at 1:30pm 1 Comment

Word count----850

Bio....60

Abstract....

Reinvention calls for letting go of the life that we once had and welcoming ourselves to think in a new perspective, reexamine our lives, ourselves in the light of a new age. It may not be the age that we once had, yet it is the age we have now. And how do we live in the…

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Love and Power....Are they mutually exclusive?

Posted on December 7, 2018 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

Word count.... 800

Bio....60

Abstract....The tale of love versus power has been passed down over the ages, to be told and retold, until mankind as a whole gets the message and understands it with their hearts—how easily wisdom and compassion can get totally blinded by the chasing after power, desire to dominate, and the distorted “us vs them” thinking.

But love is a…

Continue

A life beyond loss

Posted on December 3, 2018 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

Word count...850

Bio....60

Abstract....Saying goodbye to someone we love is never easy. To wave the final farewell to the nearest and dearest, is life’s most difficult thing to do. Yet, it is life that pushes us sometimes, to do the most undoable thing. How to get through a hardest hit and still come out alive—the pathway…

Continue

How the grief reveals the light

Posted on November 5, 2018 at 2:30pm 7 Comments

Wordcount....850

Bio...60

Abstract....When we face the toughest of times and bend down in pain, something says--"it is not over". There is still something left. And from the crumbled pieces, rises a story. A story that can inspire the world so they can see how something beautiful can arise from all that seems so lost. From the brokenness, we can walk towards wholeness again. After all, the greatest of stories rises from the broken pieces.

When grief…

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