Monthly Archives: January 2012

Living under an illusion

All my life I have had different things that motivated me to do what I have done. But for the past few years, a constant driving force for the choices I make and the work I do has been the … Continue reading

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Learning from religion

Alain de Botton gave a very interesting talk at TED. He tried to do what few dare – mix religion and atheism. He called for Atheism 2.0. There’s lot of food for thought in his talk but I’ve decided to … Continue reading

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On half-baked thoughts

I recently claimed that my blog posts always have a point to make, however trivial. Ironically, I did that in a blog post that I wrote without knowing what the ‘point’ of that blog post. I knew while I was writing … Continue reading

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The Blaming Fallacy

How many times have we looked back at a relatively short period of time (weeks or months) and realized all the things we did wrong and blamed ourselves for not doing better? I’ve done it many times and every time … Continue reading

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