Educators and enablers are busy selling knowledge, the kings are trading with people’s life, pundits are fighting for supremacy and service providers have become preachers on their own rights. Bramhacharya is cut short and Grihasta preponed as school-leaving kids scurry to work in shifts. Vanaprastha is
Last week I wrote this post We are living in strange times. Towards the end of the piece I had zoned in on those who are in their mid-life approaching the twilight of their professional life. Contrary, to the
We are meant to speak when we want to makes ourselves known to other. And we are meant to shut up and listen when we want to know others. While apparently we may shut up, the challenge with
How positive is the positive thought that the mind is imposed upon to quell the negative? How solid is the belief that is founded on a doubt? How potent is an appreciation that is expressed to hide a critical mindset?
Lessons in letting-go for founders On the last day of June this year I quit iProdigy and laid it to rest. Letting go was not easy. In the 14 years of our co-existence, our identities had kind of merged. The