14/02/2018

Greatness

When I was a nineteen-year-old high school student and budding poet – two years after my diving accident – many factors adversely affected my creativity. My […]
14/02/2018

Friday’s Girl

A centuries-old mystery has crossed my path again …I mentioned in a recent article that there was a dispute in many academic quarters regarding the actual […]
14/02/2018

We Have Two Kidneys But Only Need One Kidney To Live

Organ donation is a gift and it should come from the heart, not by emotional coercion. Kidney transplants are the most common organ transplant that happens. […]
14/02/2018

The Capacity for Happiness and Respectability

Humans are liable to experience a variety of afflictions, but they are commonly endowed with a capacity for happiness and respectability. There is no guarantee, however, […]
14/02/2018

Disability: Human Rights and Social Responsibility : By Dr Shanker Adawal

India is not far behind as the statistics shows it has over 90 million disabled persons, barely one percent of whom are employed.The disability rights debate […]
14/02/2018

The Quest for Truth and the Meaning of Life

All too often, the quest for truth – which admittedly can only yield a qualified success in the best case scenario – is tainted with laxity […]
14/02/2018

Isolated Expedition

Imagine an expedition to the Antarctic in 1914. There is no GPS, no world-reaching radio, and no satellite phone. Brutal conditions, rationed food, tight living quarters. […]
14/02/2018

Suffering

Since wisdom is the art of coping with suffering, it starts with a willingness to tackle it head-on:a) Such is the harshness of our condition that […]
14/02/2018

Happiness

Having said this, even this sort of happiness is a product of positive thinking and positive action, with good fortune lending a helping hand. In short, […]