The mind is like ice to truth and fire to lies
Nov25

The mind is like ice to truth and fire to lies

The mind is meant to serve as a tool for us souls to perceive the world, but it is often the greatest obstacle for us to perceive…

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Ask not why bad things happen to good people, ask what good people do when bad things happen to them
Nov24

Ask not why bad things happen to good people, ask what good people do when bad things happen to them

One of the oldest philosophical questions is, “Why do bad things happen to good people?” Gita wisdom answers by using…

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Imposed equality is often the most insidious inequality
Nov23

Imposed equality is often the most insidious inequality

We live in an age where equality is celebrated. Any kind of discrimination, be it based on race, gender, caste and so forth,…

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Speak in a way that educates and engages, not enrages and estranges 
Nov22

Speak in a way that educates and engages, not enrages and estranges 

Whenever we speak to share some knowledge that is helpful or valuable for others, we often find that people don’t do what…

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The mind often recasts antipathy as inability – what it doesn’t want to do, it presents as if it can’t do
Nov21

The mind often recasts antipathy as inability – what it doesn’t want to do, it presents as if it can’t do

Suppose a child doesn’t want to study a particular subject, say, math. He may protest to his mother, “I can’t do this.”…

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