Category Archives: Creativity and Innovation

This section contains articles on the domain of creativity and innovation.

It’s all in the Narrative!

In today’s post modern world, it appears that humanity is more and more vexed with means of production. Any conversation that is not directly or indirectly related to means of production, is generally considered unnecessary and superfluous. Most of the  intentions, … Continue reading

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The new world order

The period between 900 to 200 B.C., is termed as the Axial age, by the German philosopher Karl Jaspers. This period is considered to be pivotal in the spiritual development of humanity. All the major religious thoughts that has been … Continue reading

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Experimenting with the stance of a giver

Off late I have come to realise that the only natural way to live is to live from the stance of giving. Any thought, action, or enterprise done from any stance other than the attitude of giving, is destined for … Continue reading

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Freedom from the dogma of extrinsic reciprocation

When a poet is inspired by the beauty of the dawn, with the golden glowing Sun ushering into the crimson sky, and the wide spread of the golden sparkles on the ocean being strewn from the horizon far beyond, he … Continue reading

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The sanctuary of solitude

There are needs varied for every soul. The needs range from physical to emotional, spiritual, and the rest of it. Probably, this aspect of being alive, is what makes life most beautiful – fulfilling these needs. All all this foray … Continue reading

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Towards a greater complexity

Harmony is usually achieved by evolutionary changes involving an increase in an organism’s complexity, that is, an increase in both differentiation and integration. Differentiation refers to the degree to which a system (i.e., an organ such as brain, or an … Continue reading

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The Paradox of Work

Work generally takes up a third or sometimes even more than half of the time available for living. Work is a strange experience: it provides some of the most intense and satisfying moments, it gives a sense of pride and … Continue reading

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