Sanjay Balachandran

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Buddhist Reflection on Interfaith: In Observance of UN World Interfaith Harmony Week

With today's rapid pace of technological advancement, the world is getting more and more connected. Using the Internet, we can easily search what's happening out there and who's doing what. We are widely exposed to diversity. This is not limited to the cyber world. Especially living in a big city …

Sam Harris on the Paradox of Meditation and How to Stretch Our Capacity for Everyday Self-Transcendence

Montaigne believed that meditation is the finest exercise of one’s mind and David Lynch uses it as an anchor of his creative integrity. Over the centuries, the ancient Eastern practice has had a variety of exports and permutations in the West, but at no point has it been more vital to our sanity …

The Story of My True, Almost Unreal Experiments With Truth (and other delusions)

My spiritual journey began relatively early in life. At the age of 9, I was already curious about God, thanks to my missionary education. Jesus and …

Goddess Durga @ Naktala Udayan Sangha.

Goddess Durga in all her splendour @ Naktala Udayan Sangha.

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What the amount of holiday you take says about you

Richard Branson is spot on about allowing his employees unlimited holiday leave, writes boss Josephine Fairley. Here's her guide to what your holiday leave says about you as a employee<p>I realise that Richard Branson isn’t everyone’s glass of Virgin Cola, but I’m a fan. For a start, I’m half-way …

A Life Worth Living: Albert Camus on Our Search for Meaning and Why Happiness Is Our Moral Obligation

<i>“To decide whether life is worth living is to answer the fundamental question of philosophy,”</i> <b>Albert Camus</b> (November 7, 1913–January 4, 1960) wrote in his 119-page philosophical essay <i>The Myth of Sisyphus</i> in 1942. <i>“Everything else … is child’s play; we must first of all answer the question.”</i> One of …