Philosophy

Love Thy Self

“Thinking only about yourself is not good and it is termed as selfish. One should think about others and help them in every possible way,” I was taught this since my childhood. “It brings more pride and satisfaction of having given someone else more importance than your own self,” they explained it further.Selfishness is a …

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Death of a Proponent of His Own University and His Own Manifesto

At the outset, in a very prosaic manner, much unlike the poet let me tell you that Narayan Surve, the poet was worthy of the “Dnyanpith Award”, albeit deserving more than that award which is not prevalent in India yet. His “Maaze Vidyapeeth” (My University) and “Jahirnama” (Manifesto) are enough to substantiate the claim, keeping aside his other 14 …

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A Writer’s Legacy – Franz Kafka

Kafka died in 1924. However, till date curiosity about his writing is alive, vigorously. It rarely happens with writers. Writers published posthumously die forlorn necessarily. Their posterities or bequeath-all make money while the dead writer makes fame. It wasn’t much so the case of Kafka. Two years prior to his death he bequeathed his property …

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Learned Illiterates

Globalization, terrorism and spirituality, possibly the three buzz words for today’s world. Indeed the latter two words have surely globalized and have spread to every corner of this globe. Globalization may surely help people understand each other better as there would be exchange of trades, ideas and hence ideologies. Spirituality also has become important today …

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