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Category Archives: Thoughts to Live by!
The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking. – Albert Einstein Advertisements
“Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.” ― Margaret Mead.
We at times tend to generalize about all kinds of things only to realize that generalizations are generally wrong. Often, we are filled with shame when we realize that we are guilty of prejudice and bias. It is education that … Continue reading
Choices Choices…Every so often one hears, “I didn’t have a choice!” This is especially the case when something negative has transpired. And, usually, the person held responsible for the sorry state of affairs is justifying the course of action … Continue reading
The Power Within! So very often we run into people who revel in telling us what is not possible. They seem to be experts in giving us all the reasons why a venture seems doomed even from the planning … Continue reading
We all just love to find fault with the world around us and criticise those whom we feel to be putting up a shabby and sometimes shoddy show! However, it is up to each and every one of us to … Continue reading
Kartini Day is celebrated in Indonesia every year on the 21st of April. Women take great pride in dressing themselves in the traditional Javanese outfit called the Kebaya. They pull back and style their hair into elaborate coiffures and emerge … Continue reading