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Jean Jacques Rousseau - Swiss-French Philosopher - 1712 - 1788

Rousseau – Jean Jacques Rousseau – Philosophy of Rousseau – 28 June 1712 – 2 July 1778

Jean Jacques Rousseau was a French Philosopher and his ideas were as interesting as his life. His mother died during his birth. He was raised by his father who always neglected him. He was not educated or given any job. He was a wanderer who faced a lot of struggle between […]

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Invention of Glass – Autobiography of a Glass 5000 BC – Now

Invention of Glass – Autobiography of a Glass 5000 BC – Now

I am Glass. You know me since the beginning of time and I have been your friend since I have found my feet into this world. From protecting you in form of bullet proof glass to guiding your voyages in airplanes and space crafts to fulfilling very basic needs of […]

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Did God Create the Universe? – A Natural Balance of Positive Energy and Negative Energy

Did God Create the Universe? – A Natural Balance of Positive Energy and Negative Energy

One of the most important questions regarding our existence is – ‘Where we all came from?’ Religion claims that there is a ‘Creator’ or God who made all of us. Science presents many scientific theories regarding the origin of the universe. World’s most renowned British Physicist Stephen Hawking recently made […]

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Gandhi - A person who sacrificed his whole life is now refuted by his own people.jpg

Blaming Gandhi and Politicians for Present India?

Harzrat Abu Bakr once said, “people become enemy of something mostly when they don’t know it completely.” The idea of “Gandhi” possibly suffered from the same problem. It’s the most common perception of the ordinary crowd to throw all the responsibility of India’s present situation on the politicians and leaders like […]

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London Riots 2011 – Questions Unanswered – Burning of Union Square – Murder of Mark Duggan

London Riots 2011 – Questions Unanswered – Burning of Union Square – Murder of Mark Duggan

London (or rather English) Riots 2011 are remarkable example of how some people have turned United Kingdom from a heaven to hell. Before going further one must know the overall personality of the ‘Martyr’ due to whom everything started. The guy Mark Duggan who was termed as a ‘Martyr’ was actually […]

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Ahimsa - Making sense of Science

Jainism – A Scientific Religion

Most of the times when discussions take place on religion and science people usually avoid comparing and contrasting both the entities. As traditionally science and religion are considered to be against each other. ‘Science is lame without religion and religion is blind without science’. Jainism truly acted as a ‘bridge […]

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Helen Keller - The Most Amazing Woman

Helen Keller – An Amazing Inspiration – Great Woman – 1880 – 1968

I was in fourth grade when I first came to know about the most inspiring and powerful lady I could ever know “Helen Keller”, as any young disabled (deaf, blind) person Helen too was completely disappointed and irritated from her life in her initial days, but she never gave up. […]

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Mantra of Satisfaction - Live Life Slow and tothe Fullest..

Mantra of Satisfaction… Spea

It’s a widespread belief that “for high thinking you need to have a simple living”. I always used to ask myself “why high living with high thinking isn’t possible?” After scratching my head I came to a conclusion that probably it’s possible! Even a person with more than simple living […]

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Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu - Mother Teresa - Founder of Missionaries of Charity

Mantra of Happiness… The Joy of Giving… No one has ever become poor by giving…

It was my privilege to visit ‘Missionaries of Charity’ (Mother Teresa Ashram) in my city. I am not a Christian nor I have any links with Christianity but my first impression about the orphanage and the old age home was “Wow! How do they do it?” I believe in the […]

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Rediscovering Ourselves…

Rediscovering Ourselves…

“an eye for an eye will leave the whole world blind”

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