Teachers are revered by all communities, nations and civilizations. In India, 5th September is celebrated as Teacher’s Day. The celebration is to honor the birthday of India’s second president Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, a teacher par excellence. It is doubtful though, that Dr Radhakrishnan could have imagined what teachers many decades after him would be like, or how the whole play-field would… Read more »
A light bulb goes click in your head and your perceptions alter. That’s all the time it takes, usually. The vista is awash with brilliant light. The space is familiar to you; you know it well, have visited it often. Yet, for the first time, because of the illumination, you see things there that you had never seen before. And… Read more »
A few days ago, as I scrolled rapidly down my Facebook newsfeed, I was arrested by this sentence: You are heartless if you scroll by without hitting a ‘like’ on this post. Under this sentence was (as you can guess, I’m sure) a pathetic and sad photo of a wounded dog. Normally nonsense of this kind swishes by my ears… Read more »
Declaring yourself ready is the most eloquent statement of passionate dedication and commitment.
When you love something with all your heart, why is it denied to you?
When I say “RED” and you hear “BLUE”…
Part III of a read-along series on Brene Brown’s bestselling book ‘Daring Greatly’.
Lack of inner certainly fosters imbalance and instability. With a constantly shifting core, your perceptions become random and inconsistent- and that upsets you further.
Ms Rand called it moral neutrality in 1962, we call it Political Correctness in 2015.
The most descriptive definition of mediocrity i found was “the state of being half way up the mountain… permanently”.
That’s ‘Lukewarm’ all over.