To understand one thing, we sometimes need to revise how we understand everything
Aug06

To understand one thing, we sometimes need to revise how we understand everything

Suppose we are struggling to solve a mathematical sum, but are getting nowhere. The problem is that we have blundered in …

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Proving that we are right is not as empowering as probing if we are wrong
Jun05

Proving that we are right is not as empowering as probing if we are wrong

No matter how much we know, still, what we know is always lesser than what we don’t know. We usually operate within what …

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Intelligence means to know what to do when we don’t know what to do
Jan15

Intelligence means to know what to do when we don’t know what to do

Whenever we have to make decisions, we usually seek guidance from our intelligence. But life sometimes puts us in perplexing…

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Seek first to understand the question to best understand the answer
Dec25

Seek first to understand the question to best understand the answer

Seek first to understand the question to best understand the answer Suppose we hear a discussion between a teacher and a …

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If we think humbly, we won’t have to act dumbly
Dec09

If we think humbly, we won’t have to act dumbly

Suppose we are driving a car and come to an intersection. If we don’t know which way to turn, we would ask someone reliable…

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Humility comes by acknowledging that we don’t have access to Krishna’s plan
Aug10

Humility comes by acknowledging that we don’t have access to Krishna’s plan

Suppose we are driving a car and come to an unexpected intersection. Or suppose we are flying in a plane and suddenly find …

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