Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Path Leading to the Summit

We often use mountains as metaphors as our quest for human excellence and the pursuit of    self actualization. Maslow’s theory of needs (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maslow’s_hierarchy_of_needs)  already presents our needs in a pyramid, pitching the highest ideal as ‘self actualization’. As the triangle … Continue reading

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Knowledge

What is known to us prohibits us from knowing more of what we want to know

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Conditioned to freedom

Here is the irony. Whenever we set out to do something, we have to start from a very repetitive state. As much as we hate it, the beginning is always about drills, drills and more drills. We are conditioned to … Continue reading

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No rest for the weary

In life, there are no holidays, no off days, no time out, no breaks, no rest days; no apologies.

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101 ways to absolute negative thinking, the next 51…

51- Having an unrealistic goal 52-Not getting enough sleep 53- Steal 54- Worrying about the wrinkles on your face 55- Going to bed with a full bladder 56- Allowing others to look down on you, and you depriving yourself of … Continue reading

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101 ways to absolute negative thinking

There are so many books and philosophies out there that talks about positive thinking, elongating living, and self-help. Well, there are not enough lists of things we can do to amplify our suffering. Here is the 101 absolute ways to … Continue reading

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Having the Quality to Qualify

As we grow up, we realise that we have to prove ourselves again and again. We never really grew up to become accepted, or being accepted. Hell, even ‘becoming accepted’ als requires a certain amount of qualification. Makes me wonder, … Continue reading

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