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Zehra Naqvi
Forgetting helps you learn the new If we remembered everything we should on most occasions be as ill off as if we remembered nothing. — William James

Rajgopal Nidamboor
The synchronous harmony of life There’s in all of us a soul — prana or chi — that causes and regulates eve­ry physical and mental functi­on.
Rajgopal Nidamboor
The synchronous harmony of life There’s in all of us a soul — prana or chi — that causes and regulates eve­ry physical and mental functi­on.
Kuruvilla Pandikattu
Collective decision making is important Human beings are able to make both individual and collective decisions that affect the destiny of a community.
Purnendu Ghosh
Children trust us more if we listen In a relationship investments are made in the hope of bett­er returns. The investments depend on the goals and the biological and social fixedness of the relationship.
Zehra Naqvi
Truth is stranger than fiction Truth is inexorably stra­nger than fiction. And so is the human mind. The more things we find out about it, the more we wonder.
Rajgopal Nidamboor
Mindful melodies of the soul When we repel our em­otions customarily, we disturb our self-estee­m’s applecart.
Kuruvilla Pandikattu
Moving towards mysticism Science has not replaced religion, nor does it have the potential to do so. Science and religion are different ways of knowing and experiencing: objective and subjective; ascending and descending.
Purnendu Ghosh
Why empathy scores over sympathy When you care for so­meone’s emotions, it is sympathy. When you feel for someone’s emotions with a sense of togetherness and connection, it is empathy.
Kuruvilla Pandikattu
Is religion primitive science? Is religion in fact “primitive science”? Many scienti­sts tend to see it that way!

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