Improving the hardware can’t remove software problems
Jan13

Improving the hardware can’t remove software problems

Suppose we have a problem in the software of our computer because of which we are getting a blurred or blank screen. If we purchase a new monitor, that won’t solve our problem. We need to tackle the software problem at the level of the software.

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To those living sensually, living simply seems simply boring
Jan09

To those living sensually, living simply seems simply boring

Simple living is a virtue lauded by thinkers since time immemorial. This virtue was mocked as primitive with the spread of the modern culture of lifestyle products, wherein people equated possession of state-of-the-art luxuries with success. While wealth has always been flaunted as a marker of success, most modern luxuries were unprecedented in the ecological destruction that went into making them.

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Others don’t endanger our liberty as much as do we ourselves
Oct07

Others don’t endanger our liberty as much as do we ourselves

The news often reports people protesting vehemently against any law that seems draconian, that threatens their liberty.…

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The starting point of happiness is selflessness
Apr14

The starting point of happiness is selflessness

We all seek happiness – and we all do various things to become happy. Today’s materialist culture, especially…

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Our ability to tap our ability is enhanced by our spirituality
Aug17

Our ability to tap our ability is enhanced by our spirituality

People sometimes ask, “How can spirituality benefit me practically? Can it help me improve my performance?”…

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Anxiety is caused not as much by outer uncertainty as by inner instability
Jun27

Anxiety is caused not as much by outer uncertainty as by inner instability

Sociological researchers have consistently found that people in the developed world tend to be more anxious than people…

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