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Does the world hate me? (Beyond black and white conceptions series 6)

Suppose we greet someone at a get-together and they don’t respond. We may be taken aback. Suppose several people...


Do the ends justify the means? (Beyond black and white conceptions series 5)

Suppose someone is driving a heart attack victim to a hospital. Naturally, they will try to drive as fast as possible....


Go beyond virtue signaling (Beyond black and white conceptions series 4)

When we see someone doing something horribly wrong, we may feel driven to protest or correct. Nowadays when activism is...


What’s wrong with hating those who have wronged us (Beyond black and white conceptions series 3)

We may encounter some people who seem to have made it their life’s mission to make our life miserable. If what they have...


How our experience may increase our ignorance (Beyond black and white conceptions series 2)

Suppose someone has hurt us badly, several times. We may start seeing them as a villain, a person whose existence is a...


How black and white conceptions disempower us (Beyond black and white conceptions series 1)

When a small child learns to recognize black and white colors, that’s a step forward in their color literacy. But...


How to mentor the mind? (Managing the mind series 7)

Our mind is restless like a child (Bhagavad-gita 06.34). To help it outgrow its fickleness, we need to mentor it. Here...


Why monitoring the mind is so important (Managing the mind series 6)

Suppose we are piloting a plane, taking it on an important mission. Suppose further we have been alerted that the...


Two principles for making our mind our friend (Managing the mind series 5)

Suppose we are named guardians of the son of some old friends who have suddenly passed away. Suppose further that we...


Developing a healthy relationship with our mind (Managing the mind series 4)

We don’t usually realize how much our mind controls us. Nonetheless, we do get some glimpses of its grip on us whenever we...


What’s wrong with treating the mind as an enemy (Managing the mind 3)

Suppose we live in a house whose accessway is controlled by a neighbor. Though they act friendly, they often covert...


Are we the fisherman or the fish? (Managing the mind 2)

Suppose a fisherman casts a bait in a river to catch a fish. The fisherman stands to profit and the fish stands to lose its...


Watch your mental input (Managing the mind series 1)

Suppose we are going on tour, riding a strong swift horse. Suppose the horse catches sight of a juicy vegetable in a ditch...