It is almost time for the human race to embrace the spiritual self inside and evolve into spiritual beings.
Aesop’s fables tells the story of the race between the Hare and the Tortoise. But more than just a children’s tale, the story has many inherent philosophies
Some assert that the new year resolutions are imperative to bring about change. But I feel certain revelations are better than resolutions..
With decorated trees, carols and Santa Claus, the beautiful season of Christmas is here again. It also reminds the philosophical story of three wise men who traveled from the east to worship Jesus. Indeed time flies by very fast. It was in the Christmas season of 2017 that I choose to… Continue Reading The Wise Men’s Christmas
What is humour? What magic in a joke makes us laugh out loud? Is there is a science for humour? Can everyone can develop a sense of humour?
Sometimes it is great fun to travel on the wings of imagination and arrive at interesting conclusions. Here is an imagination game You are an explorer. While travelling in your personal space craft in a distant galaxy, you crash into a planet identical to earth. The only difference from earth… Continue Reading An Imagination Game
“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson Who am I really? What makes me, me? Am I actually the person that the society thinks I am? These are very difficult questions. But sometimes we have… Continue Reading Embracing the true self
Does the words that we use have the potential to change our reality? If so how can we use it to our advantage? The blog tries to provide an answer.
Some people are unhappy in spite of all the riches they posses. Despite all the miseries, some others maintain a positive attitude towards life. Why such a paradox?
Human society is built on fear. But is fear the cause of violence? If so how can we transcend fear?
What is the role of imagination on the reality that surrounds us?
A difference in opinion is difficult to deal with. How can we correct someone without starting a war?