Did you know that if we divide the distance between Earth and the Sun by the diameter of […]
When it comes to weight loss, many people focus on the number on the scale rather than the composition of their body. But what really matters is the amount of fat in our bodies, not just the overall weight. The goal should be to lower the number of fat cells or to have less fat in each cell, not just to see a lower number on the scale.
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In the paper I will explore the topic of suffering based on the first Canto of Srimad Bhagavatam and guided by bull Dharma’s answers to Maharaja Pariksit and the Teachings of Bhismadeva.
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Here is something to think about: the person who can formulate and communicate the best argument almost always […]
The German poet Rainer Maria Rilke said it so nicely, “Try to love the questions themselves. They are […]
Phrases from the Bhagavad-gita pop up in management tomes and on the Web sites of consultants. Top business schools teach “self-mastery” classes that use Indian methods to help boost managerial and leadership skills while also finding inner peace in a life dominated by work. Twenty years after “Wall Street” we can ask: “Can the Bhagavad-gita compete with “The Art of War” as the new ancient Eastern management text?”
Turns out the gopis were right in complaining to Lord Brahma. Of our waking hours, because of blinking, […]
Agreeableness: Compassion and Politeness Conscientiousness: Industriousness and Orderliness Extraversion: Enthusiasm and Assertiveness Neuroticism: Withdrawal and Volatility Openness to […]
The Tocqueville effect (also known as the Tocqueville paradox) is the phenomenon in which, as social conditions and […]
shangchang ru shachang, the marketplace is like a battlefield all warfare is based on deception. For the purpose […]
In the 1800s, Karl Marx described money as the “universal agent of separation” – an enchanting elixir, which […]
The expression “Spare the rod and spoil the child” derives from the Bible, Proverbs, 13:24, corporal punishment Alice […]
I stumbled upon the below video of all present Jordan Peterson waxing poetically about agreeableness; how excessive agreeableness […]
The peak of the Covid-19 crisis is still ahead of us today. Life and leadership as we know […]
“Matthew effect of cumulate advantage, Matthew principle, or Matthew effect – poor stay poor and the rich get […]