Existence & Phenomenological Experiences

“Throughout the whole of life one must continue to learn to live, and what will amaze you even more, throughout life once must learn to die.” Seneca

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The journey of life is full of births… And in return full of deaths – because every birth is a death for something else. Learning to live is something that might seem common sense; however, the meaning of “Learn to Live” is much more subtler than we might initially think. This is because Seneca here […]

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Salutation To The Dawn

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Sharing one of my favorite poems written by the Indian dramatist, Kalidasa: Look to this day! For it is life, the very life of life. In its brief course Lie all the verities and realities of your existence: The bliss of growth The glory of action The splendor of beauty, For yesterday is but a […]

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Manifestations

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Whether we are conscious about it or not, our daily life is mostly manifestations of other things, directly tied to these appearances getting to surface or indirectly controlling behind the scene. It doesn’t matter the true nature behind these manifestations; the important thing is how these manifestations impact the course of our lives and how […]

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Running After Death

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‘Running after death’ would sound applying to someone who is fed up from life and seeking death or considering suicide. However, this would be ‘wishing death’ or ‘seeking death’ or ‘wanting death’. But ‘Running After Death’ applies to all of us, when we think about death. How? Death is one of the ultimate ‘standstill’ facts […]

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Forget-ness

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I shall in this writing examine Forget-ness, or the phenomenon of forgetting. As I proceed with this fundamental nature of human being, I shall be considering its effect on human’s actions and emotions. At the theoretical level, there is a separation: Logical Mind and Emotional Mind. Actions are from Logical Mind that in turn gets […]

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The Fatherless

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In the contemporary period of our times, bit by bit, we are losing the true meaning of a family. Bonds are starting to lose the true affection, replacing it by emotionless technological advancements. Family members may be living in the same household, but with each one holding a device to engage into a virtual world […]

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Loss & Sustain

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   على الأنسان فاقد الشئ أن يستعين بما يملك لتعويض ما فقد. و أن يتفادى فى ذلك البحث عن مثليه ما فقد فيما لم يفقد … حتى يتسنى له العيش فى رضا و هناء. فأن الفقدان حتميه فى هذه الحياه… و لكن دائما ما يبقى شئ لم نفقد Translation For the one who lost a thing […]