What is sovereignty and why it cannot be absolute
The Boy, The Mole, The Fox And The Horse: A Review
"Does home always have to be a place?", asks Charlie Mackesy as he weaves the story of a boy lost in wilderness.
‘I no longer feel skull-drudgery at work’
This piece first appeared at the ILSS website on 6 December 2018. Shakti Saran, who attended the inaugural batch of the ILSS Leadership Program in January 2018, talks about his journey from the corporate sector to the social sector. Shakti took the plunge into the sector in June 2018, joining PYXERA Global as a Senior... Continue Reading →
Of Prana, Metabolism and the Breath of Life
What the relationship is between energy, prana, metabolism, and wellbeing and why an understanding of prana is important for our own health & well-being.
Memories of a Cherished Childhood- The Games We Played
Many traditional Indian games are rustic in nature and are still a source of exuberance.
Unfolding the Capra Course
Capra Course, the brain child of Fritjof Capra provides an insight filled curriculum to deal with some of the most pressing and inter-related global challenges
Book Review: The Body, A Guide for Occupants, Bill Bryson
How does the human body work? Bill Bryson attempts writing an instruction manual and provides fascinating anecdotes on how modern medicine as evolved to what it is today
The Power of Conversation
Why We Shouldn’t Undermine the Power of Conversations: Refusing to engage with others hurts our chances of building better personal, professional and social relationships.
The Artless Art of Repartee
If brevity is the soul of wit, spontaneity is its zenith
The Magic of Systems Thinking
What is Systems Thinking; how relevant is it today and can it be used to address many of the worlds wicked problems?
Of Yoga, Yogis and Yoga Day
What is yoga, how did the practice of yoga develop and for what reasons should we celebrate Yoga Day?
The Essence of Sufi Music
What is so special about Sufi music that makes it so blissful?