Rajgopal NidamboorThe divine purpose of mindful existence Intent is more important than intonation. This holds good for our spiritual quest.
Purnendu GhoshAs one grows older, beauty loses to charm We all want to get noticed and look attractive. It is very unlikely to like something or someone if that thing is not beautiful and appealing in some way or the other.
Zehra NaqviBeing unrealistic can be good for you Depression is a term that most people use very casually in their lives.
Kuruvilla PandikattuCan religion help us protect our planet? Though not factually true, in popular imagination, the relationship between science and religion has been seen conflictual.
Purnendu GhoshWhy we must know the rules of the game We like to believe that people are good and we are naturally endowed to lead a moral life. It is also believed that moral judgments are rational, while some also believe that these are emotional.
Zehra NaqviValuing agression over intelligence Darwin’s theory just got a new twist. We’ve all heard of the ‘survival of the fittest’ which has led to the very popular concept of ‘adapt to survive’ — be it in professional or personal contexts.
Rajgopal NidamboorLet the spirit of sport pervade everyday life Sport, like meditation, is nothing short of a spiritual act.
Kuruvilla PandikattuWhere science and religion overlap Science is far more entangled with a humanistic or religious vision than we might expect, writes Harvard University’s Owen Gingerich in his new book, God’s Planet.
Purnendu GhoshIncentives need not always be monetary Money is essential for our survival, freedom, desire, power, status, work, possession, among many other things.
Zehra NaqviShould you always listen to your heart? Is righteousness a form of ego? A quote by Osho, the zen master, intriguingly refers to ‘character’ as a ‘tomb’.