Category: Thinking

My vision for the New Year

A New Year; a new perspective for the year is the aim of this post. Rephrased - it is MY New Year and therefore it is MY Vision for the year that I will lay out. It is obvious that each person reading this post will have to identify and enumerate his/ her own vision … Continue reading My vision for the New Year

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Failure is not the opposite of success

Once we can orient our thinking to appreciate the tremendous insight provided by the above quote, chances are, we will never be apprehensive or fearful of failure. Failure has been stigmatized, it has been projected as the antonym of success and it has been the one word that every individual has been cautioned to keep … Continue reading Failure is not the opposite of success

What really matters ?

The length of your life is not as important as the quality of your thoughts. Ideally the older we grow, it is assumed the wiser one becomes. This is largely true because of the variety of experiences one has gained; with each new day bringing its share of surprises, hopes, opportunities and regrets. Yet if … Continue reading What really matters ?

The control challenge

One of the major reasons we are stressed is because we are unable to keep our emotions in check when faced with a dilemma or confusion or problem. We then get overwhelmed, fearful and react impulsively.  Our reactions are often in anger, frustration and despondency. Rational behavior takes a back seat, the challenge of the … Continue reading The control challenge

How to select your thoughts…

Every day each one of us makes a conscious decision to wear attire suitable to the day and occasion. Perhaps school children had little option but to wear the uniform prescribed but even then they would try to ensure that the uniform was clean, neat and presentable. That rule largely continues in later life except … Continue reading How to select your thoughts…