nowhere perspectives

  • Mental Atrophy

    April 7, 2021 by

    In Biology classes, students learn a phenomenon called atrophy, which is physical organs losing their functional value due to the decay of their cells arising from constant non-use over a prolonged period of time. A few years back, I read about an incident of a Romanian girl who was chained down for a large number… Read more

  • Common Sense

    November 25, 2021 by

    The human quality that is expected to be the most versatile is common sense, yet, many a time, it is the most missing element from people’s behavior. I was prompted to think and write about common sense by two recent instances. I received a group-photo of a birthday function, in which a man was pictured… Read more

  • Determination: the Invisible Element in Decision-Making

    September 28, 2021 by

    There are many factors that are characterized by different people as the most important things in life, and a few of them are love, living in harmony and happiness. Though there exists cross-linkages — like one leads to another, mutual inclusivity among these factors — each one of them exists on its own merit, meaning… Read more

  • Competition or Complementarity: Which One to Choose in Unavoidable Interpersonal Relations?

    September 19, 2021 by

    At the outset, I make a bold statement that being complementary is the only way to sustain interpersonal relations. The term: interpersonal relations that I use on this blog refers to personal relations that are unavoidable. We are caught between two competing forces: competition and complementarity as we wade through interpersonal relations, and these two… Read more

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