Part 10 of an on-going series of thoughts triggered (and inspired) by Brene Brown’s book, Daring Greatly.
Ms Rand called it moral neutrality in 1962, we call it Political Correctness in 2015.
Your Integrity is your loyalty and commitment to truth. It is a statement of your respect for yourself. You are honest because you respect yourself too much to be not.
The word was first used in the book Utopia (1516) by Sir Thomas More. It refers to an imagined place or state of things where everything is perfect. When you are utopic, you are defining your highest vision of your life. You are describing the best that you think the world can be. You are diving deep into your consciousness… Read more »
Lal Bahadur Shastri was diminutive and soft- spoken, made spectacular by his impeccable integrity.
There was a rope swing on a tree. And there was a child. The swing was a pretty rudimentary affair- just like the simpler times which forms the story’s backdrop. Two parallel loops of ordinary, thick, jute rope tied on a thick limb of the tree. A rough wooden plank jammed between the loops, bridging them. Four grooves cut into… Read more »
I wake up most mornings with one thought dinning in my head. The thought tumbles over itself exuberantly in the sleep dimmed spaces of my mind. I can almost hear the screech of the thought ricocheting with supersonic speed in my skull. It is an irritating sound; it sets my nerves on edge. Over the years, this sound has… Read more »