Include & Preclude Modality

We sometimes get overwhelmed by the excessive contents of possibilities surrounding us. So many things are possible, it all depends on your preference. Take an extreme scenario. Between living to a full, ripe old age and abruptly seizing from existence is a simple choice. And that choice makes us self-preserving… Or who among us would […]

Where do you place your value?

Not talking about all the integrity stuff we get to hear everyday. Albeit valid, several people have grown quite uninterested in such moral sermonizing. (I have not, for how then will I live without integrity?) However, have you ever considered that, “what you have today is more important than what you don’t have?” You know, […]

The Law of Opposites (3): Relationship

We also find this principle in all forms of relationship. Would you agree with me if I said that, “if everybody were exactly like you, life will be boring and you won’t really like it? Now, although we often welcome external differences like difference in gender, competence, culture, education etc, we tend to resist any […]

Joy

The unburdening of the heart…the release of gratitude…the venting of emotions… …it comes across pretty much like this. When joy becomes a stranger to your soul, the issues of your life seeming way more formidable than slipping in an occasional snicker that could calm your nerves a bit and give you a slight holiday from […]

Class

Human behaviour is just a naughty science. Or how else do we describe the inadvertent tendencies of man to always break into groups in a get-together…to gravitate to men of like passions, to ignore the company of others simply because they do not match up with our physical preferences as well as psychological differences? (Asides […]