Affirmations for building an emotional connect.
Positive vibes can make a difference.
Toxic people defy logic. Some are blissfully unaware of the negative impact that they have on those around them, and others seem to derive satisfaction from creating chaos and pushing other people's b...
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There is nothing as contagious as happiness, nothing as powerful as thoughts. In the previous blog Happiness, Let's Talk we vetted three belief systems that were rock-solid yet dead-wrong. Scrutinisin...
“Cognitive depletion" could lead to wallet depletion.
Maya at Three by Rita Banerji
This study might leave you with mixed emotions. Gallup's latest study of the world's most emotional countries shows that Latin America leads the pack with Bolivia and El Salvador ranking as the happie...
"Maya", as a concept in Hinduism and Buddhism, means attachment to the tangible aspects of life and relationships. It is a sentiment which the scriptures sternly warn you off of, as they say it is spiritually unhealthy. They say this is all transient -- an illusion. That it is not the truth. And yet, as my friend chose the name "Maya" for her adoptive daughter, I was struck by the intense attachment she felt for the child.
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In India, the perceived "honour" or "dignity" of a woman (that's oddly contingent on what others say or do to her) becomes more important than her safety. And women often jump to defend that "honour" even if it means self-endangerment. What we really need to talk about more in India is that threats or use of physical force to confront street harassment is unsafe, unwise and at times also illegal. In dealing with harassment in any place, safety should be a woman's number one concern. Here are some dos and don'ts.
NEW YORK — As India continues to grapple with the problem of rape and violence against women, superstar Aamir Khan said the "balance of power" needs to change in India and the definition of masculinit...