"And when you look directly at an insane man all you see is a reflection of your own knowledge that he's insane, which is not to see him at all". - Robert Pirsig, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance From a young age - the age from which you can cognise or remember - … Continue reading Reflections
My father keeps repeating this phrase, "Trust is what keeps the world going". I've been at the receiving end of this phrase for over 3 decades now. I always wondered about the furnace that forges trust in humankind. I read this post by @z3nblack where they talk about 7 tenets which are central to their … Continue reading The Origins Of Trust
Every moment of your life - you split yourself into three parts - the you that was, the you that is, and the you that will be. The you that was - held onto beliefs most of which don't matter now - made decisions that have led to the you that is. The you that … Continue reading Decide.
There are two times you commit a mistake: When you're doing something for the first time.When you're doing something for the twenty-first time. You can attribute mistakes from the former to so many causes - one of them being a first-timer. But what about the latter? Why did that happen? Where did you go wrong? … Continue reading A Cure For The Ego
Like most people, I was conditioned to believe that there is a God who decides on right and wrong. When you are right, a God will answer your prayers, and when you're wrong - until you seek forgiveness - no one will pay heed to your prayers. On these lines, every waking moment in circa … Continue reading A Prayer – Of Abundance