nowhere perspectives

  • Experience

    May 19, 2020 by

    The simplest definition of experience is that it is the sum total of acquired knowledge. Man’s knowledge-base has two elements: basic knowledge and acquired knowledge. Basic knowledge is all that we learn from our parents, teachers, books and the ecosystem of upbringing from the first day of our birth until we embark on the journey… Read more

  • Morality versus Technicality

    August 10, 2020 by

    Morality is a compulsion while technicality is an intention. Morality demands, but technicality offers. Morality is the compulsion of and demand by truth while technicality is the room-to-maneuver offered by questionable and convenient interpretation of laws governing truth. Morality is the righteous path clearly marked by truth, which is straight-tracked and unidirectional. Technicality is finding… Read more

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  1. Good perspective Placid. Situations make people choose these days. The moral fibre is eroded in people. Let it grow again…

  2. Intriguing topic, not much discussed in mainstream. Have seen in so many instances where technicality ruled over morality leading to…

  3. Interesting article on morality verses technicality….reading this will be like a reminder alert to people who forget to seek directions…

  4. Interesting with glimpses from history. It’s also good that you haven’t put your personal perspective of the historical significance.

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