Kuruvilla Pandikattu
The writer is a professor of science and religion
Pune
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Lead kindly, and you will go places

We know some bosses who are cruel beyond imagination.  Their very presence is enslaving. They cause so much of harm to the subjects under them.

Science is a prism that reflects life

Today science is enjoying a much-needed moment in the popular cultural zeitgeist, as indicated by march for science held in April 2017 and the popular TV show Bill Nye Saves the World, by Bill Nye

Stop letting blood in the name of god We are familiar with people who assume that they have to give acceptable sacrifices to the gods — the gods who control harvests and herds, for instance — to keep the gods on their side.
Give science and religion their due With some frequency, we read or hear of the notion that it is somehow unscientific to believe in god and to seek his guidance in making the most of our lives.
Conservation of nature & religion Religious experiences have been intimately linked with nature.
Tech is but a tool, digital era or not Does our digital world make us make happier? We tend to accept that technology will always be a mixed bag and we have to take the bad with the good, writes journalist Kira M Newman in Yes!
How to understand each other better How do we understand and encounter people? But how can we be sure if our audiences understand what we’re trying to convey?
Power demands its price, too An epoch breaking book written by Israeli author professor Yuval Noah Harari from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Science is the new kind of activism An estimated 40,000 scientists and their supporters descended on Columbus Drive, Chicago, on Earth Day, April 22, 2017 to stand up for scientific research, which is under siege today.
How to cultivate compassion Imagine the scenario of a fire alarm goes off We zig-zag our way through the corridors, avoiding explosions and walking through clouds of black smoke.

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