Whatever we do, or think, is experienced by our conscious awareness – through its own ‘bespoke’ breadth of knowing, as also reality.
The self, in its essence, personifies the human dialect, idiom, or constituent. It makes us what we are.
The philosopher Herodotus exemplified a timeless maxim in the best manner possible, “We are not disturbed by things, but by our opinion of things.” Well, the most commonplace, also predictable, fac
Balance permeates the cosmos. It also holds to us the looking glass, as it were.
Hope eases the burden of our weightiness – the surplus luggage of negative emotions we carry with no real prospect at the beginning of the disconcerting tunnel.
Plato, the philosopher, catalogued four fundamental qualities of human excellence: wisdom, temperance, courage, and justice.
Our mind has been subjected to intense exploration and analyses for aeons – right from the early days of philosophy to modern scientific research in high-tech laboratories across the globe.
All of us — whatever our roots, profession, or purpose — have a natural, innate, or cultivated ability to express our feelings, or resolve our angst, while releasing ourselves from the fetters of r
The thrusting action behind all action is a compelling yearning to do better, also one’s best, at every step. This sublime idea works on that dynamic loop called conscious values.
There’s beauty everywhere — be it nature, the arts, the sciences, the music of the spheres, or think of what you may. The sublime idea of beauty is also connected to wisdom.