A fish is thirsty.

Started podcast in English and Hindi, links at the end of this post.

My English is poor, pronunciation is further ahead of it. Still I write so that you may get a glimpse towards which I am pointing to, like it happens when you ask a stranger in non-English speaking country about something and he or she tries to explain it. If you are thirsty of this knowledge, so you get it too. The consciousness plays an important role in communicating the point at much higher level where we all are connected because I am writing only from my own experiences or understanding.

You may prefer to listen to (in US English) this post on the my Podcast Philosia (दर्शन) on Radio Public , at Anchor and at Spotify It is a web version, no app needed.

When I write, it is like outpouring from within. I was suggested to use Grammerly but rejected the idea because it hinders my outpouring of thoughts. But recently I checked few of my posts using Grammarly app to correct my sentences, I found that most of mistakes are use of a, an, the and prepositions.

Earlier it looked important to post immediately, because someone may miss important lines that may help him. Also I was worrying about DATA shared with these apps. Now instead of fear of DATA, fear death is much bigger as if staring at me.So now I will try to get all my posts checked by it one by one, if I will get opportunity to do so.

While listening to me just imagine that you are on your to visit India. And you are lost in a city and you wish to reach to your hotel. Now local people will convey your route in their English. There the effort you put in, in a desperate attempt to reach your hotel, the same effort you need to put in so as to reach to your soul (the lost home) your very own home ie Soul.

Here are the links:

All can be found at


At Radio Public to listen now.

Story of every human being

Anchor: https://anchor.fm/sandeep-kumar-verma0/episodes/A-fish-is-thirsty-e111en8

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/6tY9mwrkXs9Cigid9M4Qlj?si=vUgHHbZVRxK1MC4D7KoGHw



At Breaker.


At Google podcast


Started podcast In Hindi also

मेरे आध्यात्मिक अनुभवों पर आधारित हिंदी में पाड्कैस्ट at PocketCast


Radio public पर

Breaker पाड्कैस्ट पर


गूगल podcast पर


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