They don’t make holidays like this anymore. This is an account of an enthralling school holiday in the summer of '76 covering over 7000 km in 25 days
"Does home always have to be a place?", asks Charlie Mackesy as he weaves the story of a boy lost in wilderness.
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.
Why You're Never Too Old, Too Shy or Too Clumsy to Learn Dance Dance is more than a hobby or a workout. It is a stress-buster, a source of contentment, a spiritual experience, and a tool to bring us closer
“The addictive pathways in neuroscience whilst using your cell phone are the same as those pressed in action while consuming opioids”, said Dr. Monica Sharma, an epidemiologist and former Director for Leadership development at the United Nations whilst commencing a workshop on transformational leadership. She invoked each of the participants to switch off their mobile... Continue Reading →
In the history of human kind religion has ironically played the lead divisive role. More people have been killed in the name of religion than any other force. From the Crusades in the 11th Century to the Arab-Israeli conflict in the 20th century and the blood filled partition of India, religion has played the demonic role.
Total read time of 10 minutes with videos. In a few days from today, it will be one year since I set foot on Moroccan soil to join 14 other IBM colleagues, from across the globe, to participate in what was the tenth edition of IBM’s Corporate Service Corps (CSC) mission in Morocco. Fondly known... Continue Reading →