Undoubtedly, science has been spectacularly successful over the past 500 years in its primary job of investigating how the natural world works.
Are there limits to human knowledge? Philosophers and religious thinkers have long answered “yes” and then provided examples that turned out to be wrong.
Why do some people bounce back of traumatic situations much faster and better, while others find it difficult?
Paul Sudhir Arul Kalanithi was an Indian-American neurosurgeon and writer.
“Our happiness comes not as a goal, but as a byproduct of engaging in honesty with ourselves,” claims Susan David, author of Emotional Agility, a leading psychologist at Harvard Medical School.
Three roads converge on a narrow wood, which humans walk on toward the growth of our civilisation: economics, science, religion. But how much of these roads converge?
Is faith only a matter of religion? And facts only for science? Do science and religion both rely on faith?
Stephen Hawking, who died at 76, on World Day of Pi, March 14, 2018, was world famous theoretical physicist and cosmologist considered one of the best.
We have been generally assuming that meditation makes humans better, physically, emotionally and spiritually.
In a deeply moving TED talk, Lucy, remembered her husband Paul Kalanithi, a young neurosurgeon at Stanford University, USA, who turned to writing after his terminal cancer diagnosis.