Piece of Art by All Means “Apparently, millennials as a group of people, which are those born from approximately 1984 and after, are tough to manage. They are accused of being entitled and narcissistic, self interested, unfocused and lazy – but entitled is the big one. Because they confound the leadership so much, leaders will… Continue reading THE WHY!
“When you feel life at crossroads, you need higher perspective view.” I honestly fucking hate crossroads, they are pain in the ass, truly they are!, i mean the moment where you have to make the choice between two things, and both of them are not exactly what you want, is just annoying and anxious.… Continue reading The Crossroads: Where Decisions Matter
You live your life thinking that you are the main character, probably the protagonist in an unfolding story, surrounded and supported by the people around you “The Cast” if I may say, who hands in your immediate orbit, and while you’re in it, many things seems epic, fiery, tenuous, and unpredictable. Go-out of that orbit… Continue reading Everyone has a story, be kind!
This one story… that keeps hitting on my nerves, and it shows how people sometimes can be deceived by there own thoughts and inner self. There was a man. he was traveling from Jerusalem to Jericho … when he was set upon by men of ill intent, they stripped the traveler of his clothes, they… Continue reading Can you be deceived by you’re own nature/thoughts?
(Inspired by a conversation with a friend & a discussion in Quora). a very famous saying that crossed my mind this morning (You Don’t Know What You Have Til Its Gone) And when i read about i found out that this is a psychological effect, and its the total composition of Human personality we are… Continue reading Why do people don’t value something until its gone? (a Random thoughts on human behavior)
Accept people as they are & for who they are, you can’t change someone to be like you, this doesn’t mean you do agree with them, or approving them, or waiving your own rights. its simply means to let people be, and accept the reality of the other person, sometimes you may not like it,… Continue reading On Accepting People: