Thinking is philosophy.

During the second world war a very famous philosopher was recruited for military service because there was a shortage of soldiers. Enlistment was compulsory, and so he was recruited against his will. He was a great philosopher. He had spent his life thinking and thinking, he had never put anything into practice, he had simply…

Living Raped

Hmm.. Isn’t it a rape when you told them that that’s how society works and you will have to do this and that, taking them of their true potentials. Now, we are roaming around not knowing what to do and where to go. Isn’t it a rape when you, the society subjected women to object…

Hindu mystic Eknath.

Once the Hindu mystic Eknath was going on a pilgrimage. His brother said to him, “You are lucky to be going on a pilgrimage. I have no time to go with you. But since you are going and you are my brother, it is enough for me. Take this gourd with you. Dip it in…

Maternal attachment

Today I came across research which quite fascinated me. It was done somewhere in 1950s by Lorenz. I won’t write the whole research here but I will give you an idea and my conclusion on that. It was an experiment on goslings (young goose) when the young ducklings were about to hatch their mother was…

There is only one poverty and that poverty is a heart that cannot love.

Life can only be lived dangerously– There is no other way to live it. It is only through danger that life attains to maturity, growth. One needs to be an adventurer, always ready to risk the known for the unknown. And once one has tasted the joys of freedom and fearlessness, one never repents because…

The experience does not depend on the object. The experience depends on the experiencer, on the quality of experiencing.

A joke.

Hymie Goldberg was visiting his friend, Mr. Cohen, who was dying. “Do us a favor,” said Hymie Goldberg, “when you go to heaven could you find a way of letting me know whether they play baseball up there?” Mr. Cohen said he would certainly try to contact him if at all possible. Only a few…