“I have wanted to ask someone this for a long time,” he said. “What happens to the love after you get married?” I spent the May-June of 2017 reading The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman. Its premise is built somewhere around this question. It is a fascinating book for first-timers, and every time somebody …
Nearly two years ago, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak reportedly said in an interview that Indians lack creativity. They may work hard, get an MBA, even buy a Mercedes, but any technological breakthrough in India is not likely.
Actions must not base identity, or for the worse, it will either infuse repetitive guilt or make-believe evil. By merely doing good, man does not lose the ability to do evil. And by doing evil, man does not lose the ability to do good. And therefore, actions cannot define inherent identity, not worth.
One would say, "It still changed you, right?" It did. The battle is not against change. We cannot battle change. Because what does not change is stagnant. And life is not stagnant. The tryst is with changing for good - for transforming our hearts to become our true selves, not conforming our exteriors to fit in.
With every beat, the chisel forms an impression that stays to define and impact a lot of things for eternity. Every impression contributes.