Are we on the verge of a “purge”? Bigotry is coming out in the open… and it is okay… let the lines be drawn hard and clear! Let our hypocrisy and chauvinism become known to all: known to our friends, known to our parents, known to our children and known to the generations to come.… Continue reading Are we on the verge of a “purge”?
Are we confusing being “on the right” with “being right” and being “on the left” with “being wrong”? I understand the practicality involved with “building a nation”, but does it have to come at the expense of humanity? Have we become so desperate that we have stopped dreaming and are just “doing”? Have we become… Continue reading Right or Left (Wrong!), I Don’t Know
Hate has an expiry date! Hate sells, no doubt, but it is not sustainable! Yes, it is reliable in the sense that you can count on it to be there every day when you read the front page of any newspaper, it has been on air on radio and television for decades, and now, it’s… Continue reading Hate has an expiry date!
Good Bye David Letterman and thank you for so many years of wit, sarcasm and self deprecating humor. Humor that took getting used to but grew on me over the years. I would see my roommate in the early Nineties watch the Letterman show (then on NBC) and I would wonder why anyone wanted to… Continue reading Good Bye David Letterman!
Not sure if anyone else is feeling this, but I feels like this world is at the cusp of a “renewal”… If you’re listening to all the conversations around wage equality, gender (race/sexual orientation) equality, freedom of speech/expression, immigration reform, universal healthcare… a common theme about “opening up” and “leveling the playing field” emerges… these… Continue reading Open World
Last night, I saw something at Aashna’s “back-to-school night” that really grabbed my attention… and I will reproduce the picture I took below. It is the closest thing to an epiphany I have experienced. For what it is worth, here’s what the Wiki says about “Critical Thinking” : Critical thinking is the study of clear… Continue reading Empathy is the Highest Form of Critical Thinking
How do I begin to describe the two most fascinating days of my life – it was a “charged atmosphere” at Wankhede – every body there, was ONLY there, for one person – for that magician who had entertained and enthralled and captured the collective consciousness of a nation for 24 years… the chant of… Continue reading Sachin Tendulkar Retires