Transformation and Healing

The story is set in early 1970s. It is in a tiny village in Kutch dessert of Gujarat, India. It is early morning. Women from every house start walking barefoot on dessert sand. They go on for miles to fetch water. Their head is heavy with series of...

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My Experience In Servant Leadership

A request : This is a reflection around my values. It may or may not align with your values. I request you to be aware of value differences while reviewing it. Also, do draw my attention if you find any dogma in my reflections. An Experience In...

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No, You Are Not Entitled To Get Respect

No, You Are Not Entitled To Get Respect

I had always struggled to understand what is respect. There is a visceral understanding however I would never be able to put my finger to it. I think I am getting closer to understanding this need. The lightbulb lit for me when I got in touch with...

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Biology of Contempt and Shame

Biology of Contempt and Shame

Scene 1 Two pigeons are fighting with each other in my gallery. I don’t know why. The stronger pigeon came and beat the weaker one on the back of his head with it’s sharp beak. The beak left small marks on the weaker one’s head. The other...

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Contempt Is Victim’s Best Friend!

Contempt Is Victim’s Best Friend!

I was very sad to read that Bill and Melinda Gates decided to end their 27 year old marriage. It takes so much time and effort to build relationships and yet many people feel more comfortable ending it. While I am not too pro on marriages or...

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A Sound Decision Making Process

A Sound Decision Making Process

In my last blog, I deliberated on the need for a decision making process. It is immensely valuable. Now that it is out of the way, we focus our energy on crafting a personal decision making process. Following are some points personal to my process...

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