Tag Archive: Compassion

Why is Grief the Providence of Youth

Providence of youth

In the movie Knives Out, there is an interesting dialogue delivered by the detective Benoit Blanc to the mother of Harlan Thrombey in which he condoles with her for the loss of her son. Why is grief the providence of…
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Connect Early

In 2005, one of my best friends during 12 schooling years passed away in London. It is difficult to forget such events and they remain with you throughout the rest of your life. Just a few days ago, I was…
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Children are People Too

Children are people too is a great parenting book by Louise Porter from which I learned a lot when my kids were born. Here are some of the important takeaways from the book. Fundamentals of a guidance approach – There…
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A Good Hand

Being members of the same species, all humans have a similar physiological functioning. Due to this reason, we sometimes mistakenly assume that everyone is the same and general purpose techniques for self development are devised by amateurs (including me) that…
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For Relations Around Us

Train station

Every day I am going to my city office on a train. I am returning home in the evening through the same route. Each time I see an ocean of people around me in the train station. I see the…
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Medical Science Then and Now

Sometimes I feel that we can be grateful, in addition to the opportunities that we have now, for not going through the kinds of pains people in the past used to suffer. The modern society has gotten rid of so…
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Things to Do with the Children

I always wanted to do so many things with the kids but never `found’ time for them. I expect that the same is the case for many parents. Then, I realized that I need to fix the activities I want…
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More on Controlling the Anger

Once I wrote a post on two rules of anger management. I had these rules as one of my daily notes in my Evernote and I read it every day for years (which I think is one of the ways…
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I Will Come in Your Dreams Every Night

A few days ago, a great person I know lost his battle with cancer and passed away. He had three young children, the youngest girl of whom used to sleep with him. He did get time to write individual notes…
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