Did you know that if we divide the distance between Earth and the Sun by the diameter of […]
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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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?”
“Matthew effect of cumulate advantage, Matthew principle, or Matthew effect – poor stay poor and the rich get […]
Examples of survivorship bias are noticeable in a wide range of fields, particularly in the business world. Students in business school can recall how unicorn start-ups were commonly applauded within the classroom, serving as an example of what students should strive for — an archetypal symbol of success. Even though Forbes reported that 90% of start-ups fail, entire degrees are dedicated to entrepreneurship, with dozens of students claiming that they will one day found a start-up and become successful.2
“love is going only to those having the money & possessions“ Alain is the founder of the School […]
93 years (41 in the Spandau prison) 04/1941 – he flu to Schotland and imprisoned since then! Wanted […]
Winston Churchill’s personal views on empire and race have been attacked by some critics as racist. View on […]
There are four types of constructive feedback (how smart we are figuring this out!): Negative feedback corrective comments […]
It thus comes as no surprise that Gaudiya Vaishnavism has much to say on the topic of gratitude. Srila Rupa Goswami explains that a grateful person never forgets the benefits received from others. Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti Thakur defines gratitude as a debt that can never be repaid, a debt that arises from the privilege of serving Krishna.
After the temple lecture is finished, is it better to ask a question or give a comment? Asking […]
There is one quite instructive but not-so-know story from Srila Prabhupada’s life re-told separately by Acyutananda, Gurudas, and […]
A significant portion of life humans spent at work. The numbers are ruthless: we spend more than 80,000 […]
Can any long-term positive effects arise from these exceedingly constraining conditions? To what extent can this crisis positively impact how individuals and communities function?