Tag: Independence

Milk Of Human Kindness

Sid Balachandran hardly needs an introduction. Chances are, if you are in the market for quality reading and edge-of-the-seat fiction, you’ve come across Sid’s blog

Spaced out!

She had me at hello! Rachna, I mean. She had me at hello, lock stock and barrel. I’ve happily stayed ‘got’ ever since. She ‘gets’

The Makers

A close friend shared this video a short while ago. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSVYvUHg4UA&w=560&h=315] The video triggered a few questions within me. I would like to leave them

Monkey See Monkey Do

Human beings learn vital skills by aping their immediate social group. A large part of our reactions and responses falls under the category of learned

Work Life Balance

Perish the thought that I am about to wax eloquent on the subject of work- life balance- I am not! I do, however, suggest that

The Educator

Contrary to common belief, the meaning of the word education is not to ‘give  knowledge or wisdom’. Education comes from the base word EDUCE which

Religion

I don’t believe in religion. There! I said it! I was in ninth grade. There was a moral science class going on. Our regular teacher

Stepping Back

You take out your best formals to wear at a party and find them too tight. Dismayed, you decide to re-start a regular workout regime.

Freedom

  Oppression is intrinsic to mankind; as compelling a force as rebellion. The desire to oppress and the impulse to rebel against it go together,

Fenced-in

There is a lot to be said in favor of fences. Fences are put around things one is afraid of losing or damaging. They are

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