A Political Leader’s Motivation to Solve Problems Against Relationships

Leaders are usually spurred either by a problem – an inner focus, for example an idea, a special cause – or are motivated by a relationship in their surroundings. Leaders also come across as being protective of those they consider to be their own by needs. Consequently, political leaders who are closer to particular groups act… Read More

On My 27th Birthday, A Conversation with Myself

“There are two great days in a person’s life – the day we are born and the day we discover why.” – William Barclay  This year it’s being difficult to put 27 little candles on the cake, which of course reminds me of Bob Hope’s, “You know you’re getting old when the candles cost more… Read More

LIFE DEBATE: If This is Life, Then What’s Death?

There is one word which characterises the life of each of us – RUSH. It’s a race of life, and we don’t have time to lose. We have all the fictitious happiness we ask for, yet we have no time to sit with a companion and share a laugh – one genuine and true mirth… Read More

Explaining Hinduism to a Foreign Friend

This is an email forwarded to me, which can help in explaining Hinduism to our foreign friends. A Hindu was flying from JFK New York Airport to SFO San Francisco Airport CA to attend a meeting at Monterey, CA. An American girl was sitting on his right side, near the window seat. It indeed was… Read More