Every one of us has wounds and weaknesses. The often unfortunate side-effect is that we get beaten down as a result; we become weak to function on a personal level. While we allow such consequentiality, American Philosopher Bertrand Russell introduces a different perspective. He says: Gradually I learned to be indifferent to myself and my … Continue reading Happiness
We are not a society that discusses much on the value of grief and death. We are ‘ascenders’; we constantly seek to elevate ourselves amongst the masses, and proudly define ourselves as superior in our own ways. We want to feel good in our identities - Who doesn’t? To act as a beacon of light, … Continue reading The Necessity of Mourning
On stopping self-defeatism through the susceptibility to pleasure, and the ability to choose wisely from a higher place.