What’s wrong with hating those who have wronged us (Beyond black and white conceptions series 3)
Jul21

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 done…

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How our experience may increase our ignorance (Beyond black and white conceptions series 2)
Jul20

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 curse…

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How black and white conceptions disempower us (Beyond black and white conceptions series 1)
Jul19

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 suppose…

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A simple way to determine our humility — and to develop it too
Jun01

A simple way to determine our humility — and to develop it too

On the spiritual path, humility is celebrated as a foundational virtue. Indeed, the Bhagavad-gita (13.08) deems humility…

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Boosting immunity, boosting humanity
May18

Boosting immunity, boosting humanity

When caught in a pandemic, we wisely seek to boost our immunity. Simultaneously, we need to boost something just as important:…

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Why two similar wrongdoings may be entirely different
Apr23

Why two similar wrongdoings may be entirely different

Suppose someone we trust as a good person does something wrong, say become severely abusive or even physically aggressive.…

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