Vanity of Vanities

“Ever more people today have the means to live, but no meaning to live for.” Viktor E. Frankl, Austrian Neurologist, Survivor of the Holocaust & Author of Man’s Search for Meaning. After years of much learning through observation, research and experimentation, the wisest king who ever lived made a simple yet troubling conclusion on life: […]

Self-doubt

Why do you doubt yourself? It’s a pattern. You’ve gotten used to it. You think it’s normal. And it is. Because you have made it normal. That’s how you have been thinking. It is not a sign of humility. It’s just a conditioning that is totally psychological. People have spoken to you in a certain […]

…And if the world doesn’t stop?

When things suddenly take a miserable turn, as though heaven’s help is withdrawn… and we begin to stutter at our recollection of past interventions, finding words to aptly chronicle our recent predicaments, and frantically protesting this abrupt intermission in our all-too-glorious autobiography taking “ages” to complete; does it astound us that life continues? ~ ~ […]