“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?
‘An Era of Darkness’ is not to be missed not only for its historical accuracy and factual depiction of British colonialism in India, but for its witty comments and vast research which sheds light into the anecdotes and writings of an unforgettable period in world history.
It is a natural tendency to equate happiness to the riches that we posses. But is this really true?
Despite the morally charged leadership that inspired millions which earned him the sobriquet of Mahatma, Gandhi was always bombarded with difficult decisions. Though Gandhi was condemned for many of those decisions, he never betrayed his ideologies
Gandhi was inevitable. If humanity is to progress, Gandhi is inescapable. He lived, thought and acted, inspired by the vision of humanity evolving toward a world of peace and harmony. We may ignore Gandhi at our own risk.”
Martin Luther King Jr.
With his unique views on non-violent protest, self discipline and adherence to truth, Gandhi influenced masses. People trusted and followed his ideals. But eventually, his ideals were slowly forgotten and even ridiculed by modern generation. In the era of malice and violence, the short man in the loin cloth has a lot to teach us.
Once Albert Einstein said,”Generations to come…will scarce believe that such a one as this in flesh and blood ever walked upon this earth.” History has proven him right in due course. Gandhi is greatly misunderstood and even ridiculed nowadays mostly in his own native country.