Prima-facie and “The Excesses of Our Youth”

We often make decisions in our youth without considering the long-term consequences. We live in the present moment and don't think about how our actions today can affect our future. But as we grow older, we start to realize that the excesses of our youth are drafts upon our old age, payable with interest, about... Continue Reading →


Word of the Day paltry (pɔltri , పొల్ట్రీ) Example The paltry wages that he used to give us were barely enough to cover our eating expenses. Definition adjective contemptibly small in amount Synonyms:  measly, miserable "a measly tip" "a paltry wage" "almost depleted his miserable store of dried beans" "the company donated a miserable $100... Continue Reading →

The Power of Small Choices: How Changing What You Buy Can Change the World

The Power of Small Choices: How Changing What You Buy Can Change the World We live in a world of convenience and consumption. We're used to being able to buy whatever we want, whenever we want it. We're used to products that are easy to find, easy to use, and not too expensive. But this... Continue Reading →

From Seth Godin’s Newsletter

We probably can't buy our way out of it * We probably can't buy our way out of it [ ]That's what we usually try to do. When technology, comfort, convenience, efficiency and price line up, the market takes care of itself.On the other hand, seatbelts would never have happened if they weren't required.But... Continue Reading →

From Seth Godin’s Newsletter

The magic of placebos [ ] One of two things is true: A placebo is a force beyond understanding, one that is capable of disappearing when we do the appropriate double-blind tests and has mechanisms that defy our knowledge of the laws of physics. Or… A placebo is a prompt for our subconscious to... Continue Reading →


Word of the Day reciprocate (rɪsɪprəkeɪt , రిసిప్రకేట / రిసిప్రకైట) Example The passenger hit the pick-pocket with a stick. He reciprocated by hitting him in the nose. Definition verb alternate the direction of motion of "the engine reciprocates the propeller" act, feel, or give mutually or in return "We always invite the neighbors and they... Continue Reading →

I Like to coin Quotes….

Daily writing promptWhat topics do you like to discuss?View all responses I like intellectual discussions.  Critical, impersonal, non-judgemental, non-accusing, Logical, friendly conversations.  I love to coin quotes.  At times, I feel lucky when I find company of my friends and discuss some Quotes I coined - take their inputs, improvise, improve, correct and then share... Continue Reading →

“No man is great enough or wise enough for any of us to surrender our destiny to. The only way in which anyone can lead us is to restore to us the belief in our own guidance.”

Article, a limerick and a Haiku Throughout history, there have been numerous individuals who have been revered as great leaders. From political figures to spiritual gurus, many have inspired and motivated people to strive for greatness. However, as the quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson suggests, no man is great enough or wise enough to determine... Continue Reading →

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