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Why do bad things happen to me? – Part 2

TweetWhat is bad? This is first question I ask myself. I sincerely try to define why I call something bad. If we sit down to define the word bad it really becomes a difficult task. 1.Bad is something, which is not good for me. 2.Bad is an unexpected result. 3.Bad is an expected result, but […]

Three buckets of action

TweetDear Readers,  here is Kumaran’s first post. Please welcome him to the blog with your encouraging comments.  – Sukumar — This topic actually came up when I was having a discussion about life with a friend of mine from college (Thyagesh). It has been close to 5 years now after we had the conversation now and […]

Building a Belief System Part 2 – What holds us back?

TweetUpdated May 11, 2008: Archana Raghuram joined the conversation with a nice book review of Phantoms in the Brain. Prolog: Last week we covered what the ultimate belief system would look like using Carl Sagan’s Baloney Detection Kit. Thank you all for the stimulating discussion. As i said in my previous post, i want to […]

Building a belief system – Why do we believe what we believe?

TweetProlog: Dharampal’s Beautiful Tree is a 457 page book. I have read it once before i did my last post. But for me to summarize the book accurately i need to read it at least 2 more times and i am in the middle of my 2nd pass. Meanwhile, i thought i will cover something […]