Our journey needs to begin where we are, not where we ought to be
Jan02

Our journey needs to begin where we are, not where we ought to be

Suppose while driving to a destination, we take some wrong turns and end up far away from our goal. We may feel irritated, …

Read More
Worrying is a part of life’s job description, but it is not the whole job
Nov25

Worrying is a part of life’s job description, but it is not the whole job

In life, we need to anticipate the things that may go wrong and prepare for them, either by advance planning or on-the-feet…

Read More
The mind may give us a flashback, but we don’t have to turn back
Oct24

The mind may give us a flashback, but we don’t have to turn back

When we strive to lead a principle-centered life, we sometimes get sudden flashbacks. Some flashbacks are joyful, some…

Read More
Failure is not the enemy of success – it is the entry to success
Aug11

Failure is not the enemy of success – it is the entry to success

Some people ask, “When we try to improve ourselves, if we fail repeatedly, how can we avoid becoming discouraged?”…

Read More
Second-guessing ourselves doesn’t reflect caution – it reflects confusion
Jul01

Second-guessing ourselves doesn’t reflect caution – it reflects confusion

Suppose we are driving to a particular place and have ascertained the path to get there. If we keep stopping repeatedly on…

Read More
Life is too precious to be wasted in doing perpetual post-mortem operations
Jun06

Life is too precious to be wasted in doing perpetual post-mortem operations

When someone dies because of unknown causes, legal authorities often do a post-mortem operation to determine the cause.…

Read More
Page 1 of 41234