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Welcome to My India


Susan Flint Rajkumar I have lived in India for over a decade, and have called many other parts of this world my home. I mingle with people of many different religions, skin colors, educational backgrounds, and life experiences. And I am happy to call them my friends. At age fifty, I decided to change the course of my life by taking an art class. This has given me courage and inspiration to strive for the next half of my life, engaged in the unknown. I am a believer of the Good, and fight fiercely to maintain this in my life, to maintain wellness in all areas. My goal is to be healthy and productive in my upper years. My husband is a medical doctor who practices his traditional medicine along-side the western medical system. I write a blog, although I've felt limited with the things that I can write about at this time. For some time, I've been growing inside, making myself ready for a huge change. I believe that Good spiritual power heals, and I follow a very specific path to spiritual healing. This gives my life meaning.
Stay tuned in for our upcoming Sci-Fi book,  a cyber adventure that blends history with some wishful thinking!

Browsing Archive: June, 2016

Seven Ways to Stay Constant with God II: How to Develop Spiritual Strength

Posted by Susan Rena Rajkumar on Wednesday, June 22, 2016, In : The Spiritual Life 




Spiritual strength and maturity come from developing good habits during our daily living. This may sound funny to you—it did to me—that we have a “spiritual routine” during the day. The constant observance of our creator, our “unseen” helpers and guides or whomever you call on for divine guidance, cause a change in us. Staying constant with God in the following seven ways will help give you the "how" to develop spiritual strength.

Depending on which spiritual connection you make ...


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Fine Artist? Paintings and More Practice

Posted by Susan Rajkumar on Friday, June 17, 2016, In : Art 



My husband tells me that I'm no longer a beginning artist. So then why does my art look so amateur, with the strokes of a novice? Ok. Please don't answer that question. I've taken the path less traveled in terms of learning the art, and as they say, we usually are critical of our own work. My question is this: How do I get out of this slump?

I've been going through an "ugly art phase," which I confided to some friends about when they showed the preference for some journal pieces that I had ma...


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