“Change is the only constant” Heraclitus “Who can articulate the truths of life better than Greek philosophers!” I wondered as my life was going through a change. The work contract with my client Microsoft ended abruptly, and with it the joy of being part of a world-class team and the… Continue Reading Change: The unstoppable constant
Regret is a punishment in itself. It is as uncomfortable as walking around in a small-sized shoe. The blog explores the possibility of curbing the misery.
Five ways to deal with suffering from Victor Frankl, a psychologist, neuroscientist and a holocaust survivor.
The wicked alarm rang in its ominous rhythm promptly at 7. Cursing the eccentric who invented the damn thing, I turned it off. As with every Monday, it was a gloomy day. I shuddered at the prospect of going to work. Last Friday, I left a ton of unfinished tasks.… Continue Reading Be Organized. Use these hacks
Yesterday I came across a thought provoking story by Antony de Mello: One Sunday morning, a father asked his daughter to mow the lawn. In return he promised her some pocket money. The prospect of the reward, with which she could buy her favorite candy, made the 10-year-old enthusiastic. She… Continue Reading One size fits all!?
Imagine you are invited to a high-level meeting. You are given a spot between diplomats and VIPs. With the black suits, polished oak desk, and pin-drop silence, the very air feels serious. Then you notice the Dumbledorian white beard of an important-looking Iranian dignitary sitting to your right. The mischievous… Continue Reading What to expect!
Have you seen the movie Home Alone? If so, you will feel for the 8-year-old who gets stranded at his home when everyone leaves town. Though we enjoyed the scenes where he copes with difficulties and resists a band of burglars with ingenious plans, we felt sorry for his plight.… Continue Reading Dealing with loneliness, again!
The quieter you become, the more you can hear.
A retrospection of 2020 can be insightful, not only for us in person, but for us as a race.
We cannot shut the world up, but we can shut it out!
What shapes our reality? Is it the inner world or the outer world? Interaction effect has some fascinating theories.
To walk off unattached is not easy. But it can indeed alleviate much pain from our lives.