Judging others is one of the favourite past time of many of us. Invariably, it is being done for the persons, we do not know much about. Why being judgmental is such a popular action?Judging others actually feeds on our prejudices. It shows a lack of respect for the person being judged. It reflects on … Continue reading Are You Judgmental?
According to Bronnie Ware, author of "The Top Five Regrets of the Dying: A Life Transformed by the Dearly Departed", the regrets of most people are - I wish, I had lived for myself, did not work so hard, did not hold my feelings, stayed in touch with friends and family, cared less for others, … Continue reading An Insight About How To Live
What does it mean to age gracefully? If you’ve entered into fifties, this thought most likely has crossed your mind. Many of us may want to look as young and for as long as we can. Then there are those who think and accept the weight gain and sagging skin as a natural part of … Continue reading AGEING WITH GRACE
Though, India is said to be a young nation as more than 75 % of citizens are under 40 years of age. But we have a good number of healthy senior citizens. Senior citizens are those who have crossed 60 years of age. This is the retirement age in most of the government and private … Continue reading SACRED – Senior Able Citizens for Re-Employment in Dignity.
Sunday (26.9.21) afternoon was utilized on OTT platforms. I am following the series "Humans" on Netflix and watch one episode every third day. This is the only time which I can spare for this kind of entertainment. After today's episode was over, a promotion of Thalaivii appeared on screen before I could click on Friend's … Continue reading Thalaivii – Story of Grit & Determination
In these times, when we are mostly glued on our mobile phones or laptops , it is very common phenomenon that whenever we come to know an unpleasant news, our first response is to Google about it . We read more and more about it, though most of the resources just have the same information. … Continue reading DOOM SURFING
In 1981 the United Nations General Assembly declared September 21 as "The International Day of Peace". Two decades later, in 2001, the General Assembly unanimously voted to designate the Day as a period of non-violence and cease-fire. Each year we observe the "International Day of Peace" on 21st September to strengthen the ideals of peace, … Continue reading INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE – 21.09.21