A movie that renewed my passion for learning 😇

One of the things which I have learned very late in life is "The Joy of Learning". Yes, you read it right, i learned this very late in life. But then as they say it's never too late 😉 As a student in my school days my way of learning was to by-heart the lessons. … Continue reading A movie that renewed my passion for learning 😇

Mumbai Migrant Workers, Real Life Hero – Sonu Sood

The entire world is fighting the outbreak of this pandemic called Coronavirus or Covid- 19. Every one is gripped with an uncertainty and to some extent fear. Most of us as safe in the confines of our house but what about those who are out on the roads. The so called underprivileged ones. Although Governments, … Continue reading Mumbai Migrant Workers, Real Life Hero – Sonu Sood

Balance of Life

Balance of life explained so well…

Penny Wilson Writes

“Sadness gives depth. Happiness gives height. Sadness gives roots. Happiness gives branches. Happiness is like a tree going into the sky, and sadness is like the roots going down into the womb of the earth. Both are needed, and the higher a tree goes, the deeper it goes, simultaneously. The bigger the tree, the bigger will be its roots. In fact, it is always in proportion. That’s its balance.”

Osho INDIAN SPIRITUAL TEACHER

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No, This Pandemic Is Not Going to Destroy Human Civilization

This post makes so much sense in today’s times more than ever…

Cristian Mihai

Many years ago, a student asked cultural anthropologist Margaret Meade a simple question; what was, in her opinion, the earliest sign of civilization.

You know, whether it was the discovery of fire, or the invention of the wheel. Or something of the sorts.

Her answer took him by surprise. She said the earliest sign of civilization was “a healed femur.”

You see, in the animal kingdom, where only the fittest survive, if you break your leg, you die. You cannot run from danger, you cannot drink or hunt for food. No creature survives a broken leg long enough for the bone to heal. You are eaten by predators long before that.

In the world of hunter-gatherers, a person with a fractured thigh bone would be thought of as useless and left to die.

But a femur that has healed is evidence that someone had taken the time to stay with…

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