I mentioned in a previous blog post that there are three key ingredients to success: Hard work, Timing and Luck. … More
The great philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer once said, ‘The Two enemies of human happiness are pain and boredom.’ The associations with … More
The ancient wisdom of Vedanta tells us that we are frequently posed with a choice in life between Preyas and … More
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We all have at some point in life experienced love. It may be the love of people, of animals or … More
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There are several ways of looking at our sense of our own individuality, our sense of experience of this world and that of ourselves. Here, I would like to share one of the ways Vedanta looks at personal experiences as well as our personality.
Responsibility is made of five essential elements and once we know these, we are better positioned to teach them to children. The five elements of responsibility are honesty, compassion or respect, fairness, accountability and courage.
If we merely teach kids how to take the path of least resistance, of choosing convenient experiences over journeys, they will end up living a shallow life whose meaning is always contextual, relative and changing.
As parents, we all expect our children to develop a good character and virtues so that they can grow to … More