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|<blockquote>The world is full of things that most people think are OK or even good, when in reality are either evil or plain stupid.
How to survive a Heart attack
__'' I will not remove this page to make sure people donot use the cached information at Google etc. and come to the wrong conclusion ''__
Since many people are alone when they suffer a heart
Tell as many other people as possible about this, it could
save their lives! If everyone who gets this sends it to ten people, you can bet that we'll save at least one life.
Kishore Balakrishnan
Womb ([Birth]) > [Breath], [Meditation], [People] , [Travel] , [Charity] , [Enlightenment] , [Days] > Tomb ([Death])
Jamie Zawinski
[People] > Jamie Zawinski ( http://www.jwz.org/ )
* There are two kinds of people: those who want to go work for a company to make it successful, and those who want to go work for a successful company. ( my deduction ! after reading [resignation and postmortem|http://www.jwz.org/gruntle/nomo.html]
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Sushma Kishore
[People] > Sushma Kishore
Nonviolence and us
We need a qualitative change in our behavior, a concerned attempt to slow down and put people and profit on the same pedestal so we can ultimately reduce violence.
In the world so obsessed with materialism, one must wonder what "civilization" really means.  Are we civilized because we possess all the riches of the world?  Are we civilized because we have the best of book education?  Are we civilized because we have progressed scientifically and have the capacity to send people to the moon?  In our concept of civilization, human relations, it seems, do not fit the equation.
American society is, reputedly, build on rugged individualism, which was fine when pioneers came to conquer the land.  But once settled, a society cannot thrive on such individualism.  A nation is as cohesive as its society and the society is as cohesive as the family.  If every member of a family thought only about himself or herself, the "family" would be more like a collection of people grappling for material survival under the same roof.  There would be no love, no cooperation.  When understanding wears thin, relationships begin to fray, and before we know it the fabric we call "family" disintegrates.  The effect of this domestic disaster is reflected today in our workplace and in society.
In our headlong pursuit of the ideal life, people seem to matter the least[list in the source - what is correct?] - sometimes even our own people.  This sets the stage for much of the violence we experience in our daily lives.  Violence, we must understand, is not always physical.  We practice a great deal of passive violence: greed, selfishness, thoughtlessness, prejudice, bigotry, exploitation, suppression, oppression, hate, anger, and so on.  Building a "family tree" of violence, such as the one shown in the Figure, with passive and physical as the two offspring, is a revealing exercise.  This chart should adorn a wall at home so that all family members could participate in researching each act of passive violence committed.  This is an effective way of recognizing our weaknesses and searching for ways to turn them into strengths.
Violence, anywhere, in any form, is reprehensible - especially at home and in the workplace, because this means we are committing violence against people we are expected to love, honor, and respect.  If we do not hesitate to violate the people closet to, why would we hesitate to harm those we don't know?  Salvation lies in changing the self before we attempt to change the society.  To quote my grandfather: "We must be the change we wish to see."
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People
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You need to surround yourself with people who keep you grounded for those times your arrogance skyrockets and those times when your ego needs a lift up.
How to Deal with Difficult People on Software Projects - https://people.neilon.software/
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[your people|http://www.randsinrepose.com/archives/2009/09/07/your_people.html] ?
Apart from Friends & Family, following are people I like to be around... people's [weblog]s and websites !
[Albert Einstein] : If people are good only because they fear punishment, and hope for reward, then we are a sorry lot indeed.
* Fast Company's [Who's Fast 2002|http://www.fastcompany.com/online/52/wf_intro.html] : ...Ordinary people doing extraordinary things. Our fourth-annual Who's Fast issue arrives at a time when our feelings about work, life, business, and purpose need thoughtful recalibration...
Stephen Knapp
[People] > Stephen Knapp
Deepak Jayaraman
[People] > Deepak Jayaraman
Freeman Thomas
[People] > Freeman Thomas
Stoicism
Albert Ellis came up with an early form of cognitive-behavioral therapy, based largely on Epictetus’ claim that “it is not events that disturb people, it is their judgments concerning them.”
brian douglas skinner
[People] > brian douglas skinner
Weblog
|<center>The impossible is often the untried<br><br>Brave Buffalo, Brule Sioux Nation (1985) : ...The Earth People (indigenous natives) never wrote anything down, had no written language. They knew that if they wrote anything down it would be disastrous. If you write something down you don't have to remember it. And mind goes off into unconsciousness. It becomes negative, or unconscious force... </center>
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* [Lucy's Spew City|http://www.mit.edu/people/lmtancre/doc2/vegism.html]
* [Health Education Library for People]
Quotations
[Marcel Proust] : Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.
How to set and Achieve Goals
* Decide what you should be accomplishing and then stick to your knitting. Do not attempt to be or do all things for all people.
* Those people with dreams are the ones most likely to experience them.
Looking Back: 14 Years of Tips
Most travelers have to discover this for themselves, but perhaps one or two people can be spared the embarrassment: that string over the shower in the European hotel is not the light cord. It's an emergency bell. If you pull it, people will be along when you least want them.
Kishore Balakrishnan - Details
* Jawahar Vidyalaya ( [JV|http://www.tamil.net/people/sganapat/jv.html] ) School, Chennai ( b4 Madras )
Questions to Ask Yourself, Regularly
True or false?: It's important to be in control of your life. Control can be a big issue for some people, especially if they feel they don't have it. So, granted, it's perfectly reasonable to want to feel in control. Letting go of the past, staying in the present, and taking action (including no action) are all ways to develop a sense that you are in control. But, let me suggest that there is a step beyond control. It is to recognize that, ultimately, you are NOT in control-that you are always subject to a higher authority. Paradoxically, this recognition and your acknowledgement of it can free you from the need to always be IN control.
Have you noticed how some people have a need to involve others in their problems? If it's your boss, your significant other, or your child, it's normal to conclude that your have to do something. But, that something doesn't mean becoming part of the problem! Your responsibility, in this case, is to maintain a level of detachment that will enable you to see the situation clearly, and this clarity pertains not only to the solution, but to the extent that you should be involved in the problem in the first place.
Senthilkumar Gurumurthy
[People] > Senthilkumar Gurumurthy
Ten Commandments of Egoless Programming
3. No matter how much karate you know, someone else will always know more. This fact kept the Samurai from indiscriminately attacking people in Imperial Japan. In our less violent times, the individual who knows more can teach you some new moves if you ask. There will always be people who know more than you. Seek and accept input from others, even when you think it's not needed.
5. Treat people who know less than you with respect, deference, and patience. Nontechnical people who deal with developers on a regular basis almost universally hold the opinion that we are prima donnas at best and crybabies at worst. Becoming angry only reinforces this perception and teaches people to avoid asking questions. This can only harm your work in the long run.
10. Critique code instead of people be kind to the coder, not to the code. As much as possible, make all of your comments positive and oriented to improving the code. Relate comments to local standards, program specs, increased performance, etc.
Onam
The legend says there was a war between the Devas (saintly people) and the Asuras (wicked people). The Asuras won the war. This had upset Aditi, mother of Devas, and so she approached Lord Mahavishnu for help. Lord Mahavishnu promised her that he would slay the Asura King, Mahabali, to regain power. So to do this he had to disguise himself as 'Vamanan', a brahim boy. He knew that  Mahabali was a generous and honest man and would fulfill anyones wishes, so he asked the King for three steps of land. The wish was granted. Vamanan covered the whole land with his two steps and then he came back to the King asking him where can he place the third step, since there wasn't anymore land left. So the King, whose honour was at stake, offered his head as the third step. Vamanan pushed Mahabali deep down into the earth. Lord Mahavishnu was so pleased with the noble King that he in turn granted him a wish. The wish that the King asked for was, to visit his kingdom and people on a particular day once a year. This day is known as Onam and falls in the month of August or September according to the moon calender, which works on the basis of stars.
Many people including foreigners visit Kerala during the season and the Government of Kerala has decalred this period as a Tourisum Week. Elaborate programmes are organised in the capital city, Thiruvananthapuram..
Anant Chaturdashi
The 14th day of the bright half of Bhadrapad is the day of the immersion of Ganpati. On this day some people observe a vow in honour of Vishnu, which if kept for 14 years is supposed to bring wealth. On this day, the festival of Ganpati comes to an end, the installed Murti's of Lord Ganpati are taken to a lake, river or a sea in great processions to be immersed in the waters. Thus Lord Ganesha is departed, only to be welcomed the next year with equal excitement.
Navaratri
Navaratri is a festival that lasts nine days and nine nights. The word Navaratri actually means nine (Nava) nights (ratri). This is celebrated in different styles throughout India. Navaratri occurs during the first 9 days of the bright half of the month of Aashwayuja in the Indian calendar. The most significant part of Navaratri is the setting up an odd number of steps (usually 7, 9, or 11), and the placement of different idols of Gods on them. This setup is called a Golu. Generally, when people come to a person's house to see their Golu, they are given prasad (the offering given to God that day), kumkum (red powder), and a small bag of gifts usually containing a mirror, a comb, a small box of kumkum, and fruits. These are only given to girls and married women. This is chiefly a woman's festival.
Disconnecting the emotions from mother's death
Second is that if your mother loved you, she wouldn't want you mourning over her death for a prolonged period, if at all. She would want you to go on with your life and be a happy, healthy person, wouldn't she? Now often people lay guilt on themselves, saying "I should have gone to see her more, I should have gotten her a better doctor, I wish I had or hadn't done this or that." But all that is water over the dam. It makes no difference now. What has happened is final, and your feeling guilty isn't helping your mother a bit and most likely has a bad effect on those you love who are still around you. For the benefit of yourself and those you love, you MUST disconnect the guilt. This exercise will help you do that because it says "It will disconnect you from all the emotional upsets you experienced involving your mother."
Now you must understand that this makes sense. You can't change the past. But you can change your reaction to the past. Do you want your kids and friends moping over your death when it's your time to go? I doubt it. Give YOUR mother the same consideration. The good memories and feelings will remain after this exercise, but the upset feelings will be gone. When you think of mother in the future only good feelings will come--how fortunate you were to have had a good mother. A lot of people didn't.
Science, Religion and the Big Bang Theory
[People] > [Osho] > Science, Religion and the Big Bang Theory
But there was no Buddha in the West where science was growing. And people like Galileo and Copernicus and Kepler were tortured in every possible way because organized religion, the church, became very much afraid: what they were saying was going against their scriptures.
My approach is also the same: these are all irrelevant questions. And because of these irrelevant questions there has been so much controversy down the ages and thousands of people have wasted their lives discussing who created the world, when exactly, what was the date -- and so on, and so forth.
I think these people were neurotics. I don't think them healthy, normal, sane people. Who cares? For what? It does not matter at all, it is immaterial.
Jayalakshmi Sekhar
[People] > Jayalakshmi Sekhar
The Roots of Obesity
Chewing is possible only in the mouth. There are no teeth in the stomach, so once you have swallowed, the food can never be chewed again. So it is an unnecessary burden on the stomach, and by and by it becomes a problem. People who don't eat well eat much. People who eat well, with deep respect, never eat more than is needed. Then the body functions perfectly, and it immediately gives you an indication that now you are full and there is no need to eat any more.
Why do I lose focus?
Right now, you are being used by society. Society wants efficient people. It is not worried about your soul, it is worried about your productivity. I am not worried about your productivity: man has already too much, more than he can enjoy -- there is no need to go on producing more. Now there is more need to play around more and there is more need to be more conscious. Science has developed enough. Now, whatsoever science is doing is almost futile. Now, going to the moon is simply useless. But tremendous energy is wasted. Why? Because scientists are now obsessed -- they have to do something. They have learned a trick of concentration and they have to do something. They have to produce, they have to go on producing something -- they cannot relax. They will go to the moon, they will go to Mars, and they will persuade people that whatsoever they are doing is tremendously important. It is absolutely useless. But this happens.
This is my own experience. Whatsoever I say, I say from my own experience -- the same has happened to me. First, concentration disappeared; but now I can concentrate on anything. There is no problem. But I don't remain in concentration; I can concentrate and relax -- whenever the need arises. Just as whenever the need arises, you walk; you don't sit on the chair and go on moving your Legs. There are a few people who go on moving because they cannot sit relaxed -- you will call this man restless!
Swami Sivananda
[People] > Swami Sivananda
I am concerned about my friends drinking habits
People move from one thing to the opposite. That is not the way of transformation. It is the same pendulum, moving from left to right, from right to left. And that's how your life has been moving for centuries; it is the same pendulum.
Could you say something about forgiveness?
It is one of the most fundamental things to understand. People ordinarily think that forgiveness is for those who are worthy of it, who deserve it. But if somebody deserves, is worthy of forgiveness, it is not much of a forgiveness. You are not doing anything on your part; he deserves it. You are not really being love and compassion. Your forgiveness will be authentic only when even those who don't deserve it receive it.
I will say to you, the people who don't deserve, the people who are unworthy, don't make any difference to the man who has come to the space of forgiveness. He will forgive, irrespective of who receives it. He cannot be so miserly that only the worthy should receive it. And from where is he going to find unforgiveness? This is a totally different perspective. It does not concern itself with the other. Who are you to make the judgment whether the other is worthy or unworthy? The very judgment is ugly and mean.
I know Rudolph Hess is certainly one of the greatest criminals. And his crime becomes even a millionfold bigger, because in the Nuremburg trial with the remaining companions of Adolf Hitler -- who killed almost eight million people in the second world war -- he said in front of the court, "I don't repent anything!" Not only that, he also said, "And if I could start from the very beginning, I would do the same thing again." It is very natural to think this man is not worthy of forgiveness; that will be the common understanding. Everybody will agree with you.
A great old master, worshiped by millions of people, refused to initiate anyone into disciplehood. His whole life, consistently, he was asked by kings, he was asked by very rich people, he was asked by great ascetics, saints, to be initiated as his disciples, and he went on refusing. He would always say, "Unless I find a man who deserves it, unless I find a man who is worthy of it... I am not going to initiate any Tom, Dick, Harry."
People became tired, frustrated. They loved the man, the man had immense qualities, but they could not understand his very stubborn attitude -- no kindness, no compassion.
The old man said, "Don't worry at all. It was only a device, because I myself was not worthy to initiate anyone, but it was against my dignity to say so. So I chose the other way round. I was saying, `Unless I find somebody worthy enough, deserving enough, I am not going to initiate.' The truth is, I was not worthy to be a master. Now I am, but the time is very short. Only this morning as the sun was rising, my own consciousness has also risen to the ultimate peak. Now I am ready. Now it does not matter who is worthy and who is unworthy. What matters now is that I am worthy. Just go and fetch anybody! Just go and make the whole village aware that this is the last day of my life, and anybody who wants to be initiated should come immediately. Bring as many people as you can."
People could not believe it. But out of curiosity a few thought, "There is no harm at least to see what is going on." The man had refused his whole life, and on the last day of his life suddenly such a great change. Somebody's wife had died and he was feeling very lonely, so he thought, "It is good. If he is going to initiate everybody, no question of worthiness..." Somebody was released from jail just the night before; he thought, "Nobody is going to give me employment; this is a good chance to become a saint."
All kinds of strange people went to the cave of the old man, and his companion was feeling so embarrassed at the kind of people he had brought: one is a criminal, one's wife is dead, that's why he thinks, "It is better... now, what else to do?" Somebody has gone bankrupt and was thinking to commit suicide; now he thinks that this is better than suicide.
The companion of the old man was feeling very embarrassed, "How will I present this strange lot when that old man has refused kings, saints, sages, who have come with deep earnestness to be initiated? And now he is going to initiate this gang!" He was even feeling ashamed, but he entered and asked, "Should I call the people? -- eleven have come."
The old man said, "Call them quickly, because it is already afternoon. You took so much time and you could fetch just eleven people?"
He had taken a vow that he would kill one thousand people; from each single person he would take one finger so that he could remember how many he had killed and he will make a garland of all those fingers. In his garland of fingers he had nine hundred and ninety-nine fingers -- only one was missing. And that one was missing because his road was closed; nobody was coming that way. But Gautam Buddha entered that closed road. The king had put guards on the road to prevent people, particularly strangers who didn't know that a dangerous man lived behind the hills. The guards told Gautam Buddha, "That is not the road to be used. You will have to take a little longer route, but it is better to go a little longer than to go into the mouth of death itself. This is the place where Angulimal lives. Even the king has not the guts to go on this road. That man is simply mad.
"His mother used to go to him. She was the only person who used to go, once in a while, to see him, but even she stopped. The last time she went there he told her, `Now only one finger is missing, and just because you happen to be my mother... I want to warn you that if you come another time you will not go back. I need one finger desperately. Up to now I have not killed you because other people were available, but now nobody passes on this road except you. So I want to make you aware that next time if you come it will be your responsibility, not mine.' Since that time his mother has not come."
The people who used to follow Gautam Buddha, his close companions who were always in competition to be closer to him, started slowing down. Soon there were miles between Gautam Buddha and his disciples. They all wanted to see what happened, but they didn't want to be too close.
Buddha came very close, and Angulimal's hands were trembling. The man was so beautiful, so innocent, so childlike. He had already fallen in love. He had killed so many people... He had never felt this weakness; he had never known what love is. For the first time he was full of love. So there was a contradiction: the hand was holding the sword to kill the person, and his heart was saying, "Put the sword back in the sheath."
By that time the followers of Gautam Buddha had come closer and closer. Seeing that now Gautam Buddha was standing in front of Angulimal, there was no problem, no fear, although he needed only one finger. They were all around and when he fell at Buddha's feet they immediately came close. Somebody raised the question, "Don't initiate this man, he is a murderer. And he is not an ordinary murderer; he has murdered nine hundred and ninety-nine people, all innocent, all strangers. They have not done any wrong to him. He had not even seen them before!"
Buddha said again, "If I don't initiate him, who will initiate him? And I love the man, I love his courage. And I can see tremendous possibility in him: a single man fighting against the whole world. I want this kind of people, who can stand against the whole world. Up to now he was standing against the world with a sword; now he will stand against the world with a consciousness which is far sharper than any sword. I told you that murder was going to happen, but it was not certain who was going to be murdered -- either I was going to be murdered, or Angulimal. Now you can see Angulimal is murdered. And who I am to judge?"
What is jealousy and why does it hurt so much?
You know your interiority, and only you know it, nobody else. And you know everybody's exterior, and their exterior people have made beautiful. Exteriors are showpieces and they are very deceptive.
Hindu Temples in Germany
* SIKH TEMPLE - Gurdwara Singh Sabha e. V. - http://people.freenet.de/happyindia/gurdwara.htm
* HINDU TEMPLE (Afghan-hindu) - Afghanische Hindu Gemeinde e. V. - http://people.freenet.de/happyindia/mandir.htm
I feel so much anger towards my mother....
Every child would be angry if he understood what the poor parents have been doing to him unknowingly, unconsciously. All their efforts are for the good of the child. Their intentions are good but their consciousness is nil. And good intentions in the hands of unconscious people are dangerous; they cannot bring about the result they are intending. They may create just the opposite.
You are fortunate that you can understand the situation your parents were in. They have not done anything specifically to you; they would have done the same to any child that was born to them. They were programmed for that. They were helpless. And to be angry against helpless people is simply not right. It is unjust, unfair, and moreover it is harmful to you.
If your parents cannot understand me, you should not be worried about it. The whole world cannot understand me. Your parents are normal people; they just follow the crowd, which is safer. You have fallen out of the crowd. You have chosen a risky and dangerous path. If they don't want to go into a dangerous lifestyle, it is their choice; that should not be a cause for your anger.
In fact you can help them by really becoming the individual that I am talking about: more conscious, more alert, more loving. Seeing you can only change them. Seeing you so radically changed can only make them think twice, that perhaps they are wrong. There is no other way. You cannot intellectually convince them. Intellectually they can argue, and argument never changes anybody. The only thing that changes people is the charisma, the magnetism, the magic, of your individuality. Then whatever you touch becomes golden.
We are living in a certain kind of new sphere, a new psychological lake, in which whatever you do creates certain vibrations around you. It touches people, reaches to unknown sources.
Just create a small ripple of right individuality and it will reach to many people -- and certainly to those who are most closely related to you. They will see it first, and they will understand with great awe. They will not believe their eyes because all that they know of religion is the Sunday church, where nothing happens. They have been going every Sunday their whole lives, and they come back home just the same.
He said, "I have only three: one is for ten minutes, one is for twenty minutes, one is for thirty minutes, depending on the occasion. Sometimes in a conference you have only ten minutes. I have a ready-made, ten minute lecture. If they give me twenty minutes, I have a twenty minute lecture. If they give me thirty minutes, I have a thirty minute one. More than that is not possible, because nobody is interested in listening too much. People want a short cut."
And I asked, "People have not found it out?"
I said, "Once in a while you should speak from your heart, not from these cards. I have looked in your suitcase, and you have almost fifty sets of these cards, so you can go on repeating these speeches. And do you think this is going to help anybody? -- these dead cards that you have repeated your whole life? And today just because one card was missing and the numbers were mixed up, you lost your temper, you lost your integrity. You were almost in a state of madness. And what do you think people thought who had come to listen to you?"
Epictetus
[People] > Epictetus
Consequences of Anger
Develop the opposite, divine qualities. Develop patience, love, forgiveness - anger will die by itself, gradually. Blessed are those high-souled people who can control their anger by pure, strong will and intellect.
Mumuksutva
The mind moves towards the source of its own accord, because it has lost its hold now on external objects. It has no resting place in this objective universe. Purification of the mind and mental discipline form the rock-bottom foundation of yoga. When this is effected, the longing for liberation dawns by itself. Mumuksutva must be of a burning type. If burning mumuksutva is coupled with burning vairagya, self-realisation will come within the twinkling of an eye. Generally the vast majority of people have got a dull type of vairagya and mumuksutva. So they do not succeed in their attempts. If one finds that he has not got burning mumuksutva, he must practise the other three sadhanas (practices) vigorously till he acquires intense longing for attaining salvation or immortality. That aspirant who is endowed with these four qualifications should hear the srutis (scriptures) from a Brahma Nista guru (preceptor who is established in Brahman), and then reflect and meditate on the inner self. He will soon get self­realisation.
My Happiness Purpose
What is the point of defining life in such simple and general terms? It shows that the only things we can gain from this life are the memories of our experiences and possibly spiritual salvation or other spiritual benefits if you are religious. Given that our choices and actions and the choices and actions of the people around us shape our experiences, we must consider our choices well; they define our lives.
__My own memories and the memories locked in the heads of the people I care about are the most important things in my life.__ Therefore, my purpose in life is to enhance my memories and enhance the memories belonging to other people. Given that, I decided one of the ways I can enhance my own memories is by experiencing many different adventures, hence all my experiences skydiving, SCUBA diving, traveling, exploring the woods, watching nature, etc. How I enhance the memories of the people I care about varies from person to person, but I try to help each person have a slightly better life.
By enhancing other people's experiences, we expand the power and duration of our life's influence on this planet. I have decided to attempt to expand the direct influence of my life beyond just those people I have met and try to touch the lives of complete strangers. That's why I built this web site, why I respond with as much help as I can to all the email I receive, and why I try to encourage people to donate more stories, photos, and videos. I am trying to encourage my visitors to experience something new. I know that I am only touching a small percentage of them, but when people write to me telling me that my site inspired them to try something new, I feel an immense joy. I know that I have helped improve the memories of someone else. Even if I had only received one email telling me about one person, I would have felt all the effort I put into this site was worth it.
2001September
(via [Jim|http://jim.roepcke.com/2001/09/14#item2739]) [Dave|http://scriptingnews.userland.com/backissues/2001/09/13] : ...People don't sacrifice themselves for no reason. Let's find out what it is. And if we did something wrong (no doubt we did) let's apologize, ask for forgiveness, and then ask how we can do better. It's clear now that when we screw up we're going to feel it...
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Gurudeva
[People] > Gurudeva Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami
Occasionally people inquired about the spelling of his name, which differs
People would instinctively make way when he walked through a public area,
the people of Sri Lanka. The 72-year-old sage gave him his Hindu name,
Occasionally people inquired about the spelling of his name, which differs
towards nature, people and creatures, an ethic which includes vegetarianism.
historically lived among the people, rather than in remote areas, and
The book was well received in India, where people referred to it as "How to
wonderfully entertaining and informal events which allowed people genuinely
sects and lineages; 2) To inform and inspire Hindus worldwide and people
a wide range of issues, people and institutions. Its website, along with
other parts of the world among people of other faiths, is bearing fruit,
people would come for the weekly homas held at that time. Today the major
Subramuniyaswami to the people of Mauritius and the only one of its nature
of friendship, respect and harmony among the people of Mauritius. Today, in
politicians, business people and spiritual individuals wanting to create a
in harmony and love for all peoples. His monks, forged in the fires of his
Guruji
[People] > Guruji Sri Muralidhara Swamigal
What Makes a House a Home?
with people in it who love each other, who are harmonious and closer
homeless are some of the rich people who build multi-million-dollar houses
see each other. The truly homeless people are those with babysitters,
Singapore
[Singapore - A Tropical Island|http://www.comvet.com/html/singaporeliving.html] : ...Singapore lies at the southern tip of the Malaysian peninsula, 1 degree 17 minutes or 137 kilometers north of the equator. The main island is approx. 40 km east-to-west & 18 km north-south, with a total land area of 632 sq.km. However, not a single island, Singapore consists of around 60 islands & islets and extends to the shores of both Malaysia and Indonesia, separated by the Straits of Johor and Straits of Singapore respectively. - - - Of Singapore's nearly 3.5 million people (4 million with expatriates & foreign workers), 70 - 75% are ethnic Chinese, with the Malay and Indian communities making up the next two largest contingents.
Count your blessings
you are ahead of 500 million people in the world.
- you are fortunate; more than 3 billion people in the world cannot.
- you are more blessed than over 2 billion people in the world that cannot read at all.
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[Stephen Palmer] : "This site is about the people, places and pastimes that are important to me."
Is life really meaningless?
In existence everything that is really valuable is always intrinsically meaningful. And life is equivalent to existence. Life has meaning. If you just change the word "life" into "living," you will be able to understand more easily. Living has meaning -- each moment -- because living is not something dead like "life." The word "life" is dead -- all nouns are dead. But the language is created by dead people.
People go on drinking tea, but they never are there; their minds are wandering all over the world. People are making love, but they are not there. It is a very strange world that we have created. In one bedroom there are at least four people. Already the bedrooms are so small, too difficult for two people; and in the bed there are four people, or even more. These two people who are making love are not there: the man is thinking of some Hollywood actress, the woman is thinking of Muhammad Ali. So there are four people. Who is making love to whom? These two people are simply going through the gestures of love -- they are not present -- mechanical gestures of love. And then they ask, "Is there any meaning in life?"
"He asked me, 'Son, why are you following me?' I said, 'You are getting old. Don't you want your tricks to live on even when you are gone?' He said, 'That seems to be meaningful! -- you can come in. Many people have asked me to teach them the tricks, but not in this way.' So I have been with the magician.
People are not there where they seem to be. This is why they go on missing the meaning of life. Just remain present to any small act you are doing. It does not matter -- you don't have to do great acts, become a world conqueror, go to the moon, or stand on top of Everest; it does not matter what you do.
The algebra of infinite justice
In the aftermath of the unconscionable September 11 suicide attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Centre, an American newscaster said: "Good and evil rarely manifest themselves as clearly as they did last Tuesday. People who we don't know massacred people who we do. And they did so with contemptuous glee." Then he broke down and wept.
Here's the rub: America is at war against people it doesn't know, because they don't appear much on TV. Before it has properly identified or even begun to comprehend the nature of its enemy, the US government has, in a rush of publicity and embarrassing rhetoric, cobbled together an "international coalition against terror", mobilised its army, its air force, its navy and its media, and committed them to battle.
Who is America fighting? On September 20, the FBI said that it had doubts about the identities of some of the hijackers. On the same day President George Bush said, "We know exactly who these people are and which governments are supporting them." It sounds as though the president knows something that the FBI and the American public don't.
In his September 20 address to the US Congress, President Bush called the enemies of America "enemies of freedom". "Americans are asking, 'Why do they hate us?' " he said. "They hate our freedoms - our freedom of religion, our freedom of speech, our freedom to vote and assemble and disagree with each other." People are being asked to make two leaps of faith here. First, to assume that The Enemy is who the US government says it is, even though it has no substantial evidence to support that claim. And second, to assume that The Enemy's motives are what the US government says they are, and there's nothing to support that either.
For strategic, military and economic reasons, it is vital for the US government to persuade its public that their commitment to freedom and democracy and the American Way of Life is under attack. In the current atmosphere of grief, outrage and anger, it's an easy notion to peddle. However, if that were true, it's reasonable to wonder why the symbols of America's economic and military dominance - the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon - were chosen as the targets of the attacks. Why not the Statue of Liberty? Could it be that the stygian anger that led to the attacks has its taproot not in American freedom and democracy, but in the US government's record of commitment and support to exactly the opposite things - to military and economic terrorism, insurgency, military dictatorship, religious bigotry and unimaginable genocide (outside America)? It must be hard for ordinary Americans, so recently bereaved, to look up at the world with their eyes full of tears and encounter what might appear to them to be indifference. It isn't indifference. It's just augury. An absence of surprise. The tired wisdom of knowing that what goes around eventually comes around. American people ought to know that it is not them but their government's policies that are so hated. They can't possibly doubt that they themselves, their extraordinary musicians, their writers, their actors, their spectacular sportsmen and their cinema, are universally welcomed. All of us have been moved by the courage and grace shown by firefighters, rescue workers and ordinary office staff in the days since the attacks.
So here we have it. The equivocating distinction between civilisation and savagery, between the "massacre of innocent people" or, if you like, "a clash of civilisations" and "collateral damage". The sophistry and fastidious algebra of infinite justice. How many dead Iraqis will it take to make the world a better place? How many dead Afghans for every dead American? How many dead women and children for every dead man? How many dead mojahedin for each dead investment banker? As we watch mesmerised, Operation Enduring Freedom unfolds on TV monitors across the world. A coalition of the world's superpowers is closing in on Afghanistan, one of the poorest, most ravaged, war-torn countries in the world, whose ruling Taliban government is sheltering Osama bin Laden, the man being held responsible for the September 11 attacks.
In America there has been rough talk of "bombing Afghanistan back to the stone age". Someone please break the news that Afghanistan is already there. And if it's any consolation, America played no small part in helping it on its way. The American people may be a little fuzzy about where exactly Afghanistan is (we hear reports that there's a run on maps of the country), but the US government and Afghanistan are old friends.
In 1995, the Taliban - then a marginal sect of dangerous, hardline fundamentalists - fought its way to power in Afghanistan. It was funded by the ISI, that old cohort of the CIA, and supported by many political parties in Pakistan. The Taliban unleashed a regime of terror. Its first victims were its own people, particularly women. It closed down girls' schools, dismissed women from government jobs, and enforced sharia laws under which women deemed to be "immoral" are stoned to death, and widows guilty of being adulterous are buried alive. Given the Taliban government's human rights track record, it seems unlikely that it will in any way be intimidated or swerved from its purpose by the prospect of war, or the threat to the lives of its civilians.
Operation Enduring Freedom is ostensibly being fought to uphold the American Way of Life. It'll probably end up undermining it completely. It will spawn more anger and more terror across the world. For ordinary people in America, it will mean lives lived in a climate of sickening uncertainty: will my child be safe in school? Will there be nerve gas in the subway? A bomb in the cinema hall? Will my love come home tonight? There have been warnings about the possibility of biological warfare - smallpox, bubonic plague, anthrax - the deadly payload of innocuous crop-duster aircraft. Being picked off a few at a time may end up being worse than being annihilated all at once by a nuclear bomb.
For a country involved in so much warfare and conflict, the American people have been extremely fortunate. The strikes on September 11 were only the second on American soil in over a century. The first was Pearl Harbour. The reprisal for this took a long route, but ended with Hiroshima and Nagasaki. This time the world waits with bated breath for the horrors to come.
(While talks are on for the extradition of CEOs - can India put in a side request for the extradition of Warren Anderson of the US? He was the chairman of Union Carbide, responsible for the Bhopal gas leak that killed 16,000 people in 1984. We have collated the necessary evidence. It's all in the files. Could we have him, please?)
President Bush's ultimatum to the people of the world - "If you're not with us, you're against us" - is a piece of presumptuous arrogance. It's not a choice that people want to, need to, or should have to make.
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Global Village
If we could shrink the Earth's population to a village of precisely 100 people, with all the human ratio's remaining the same, it would look something like the following:
á 6 people would possess 59% of the entire world's wealth and all 6 would be from the US
Azim Premji's Success Recipe
Only a handful of the most talented people in the world have shared this success with you. Let me just say that I am very proud of each and every one of you.
I am a little wary about giving you advice- because advice is one thing young people all over the world do not like receiving. I cannot fault you for that.
Many people wonder whether having unrealistic dreams is foolish. My reply to that is dreams by themselves can never be realistic or safe. If they were, they would not be dreams. I do agree that one must have strategies to execute dreams. And, of course, one must slog to transform dreams into reality. But dreams come first.
What saddens me most is to see young, bright people getting completely disillusioned by a few initial setbacks and slowly turning cynical and some of them want to migrate to America in the hope this is the solution.
In Wipro, we defined our Beliefs long before it became a fashion to do so. It not only helped us in becoming more resilient to stand up to crises we faced along the way, but it also helped us in attracting the right kind of people.
But remember that values are meaningful only if you practice them. People may listen to what you say but they will believe what you do. Values are a matter of trust. They must be reflected in each one of your actions. Trust takes a long time to build but can be lost quickly by just one inconsistent act.
Self-confidence comes from a positive attitude even in adverse situations. Self-confident people assume responsibility for their mistakes and share credit with their team members.
The challenges ahead are so complex that no individual will be able to face them alone. While most of our education is focused in individual strength, teaming with others is equally important. You cannot fire a missile from a canoe. Unless you build a strong network of people with complimentary skills, you will be restricted by your own limitations.
Globalisation has brought in people of different origin, different upbringing and different cultures together. Ability to become an integral part of a cross-cultural team will be a must for your success.
No matter what we achieve, it is important to remember that we owe this success to many factors and people outside us. This will not only help us in keeping our sense of modesty and humility intact but also help us to retain our sense of proportion and balance.
I suffer immensely from loneliness....
His saying that the only thing in the world to trust is money comes out of a long experience of life, of getting cheated again and again by the people he trusted -- and he thought they loved him but they were all around him for the money.
There are people who are after power, but the reason is the same: when they are in power so many people are with them, millions of people are under their domination. They are not alone. They are great political and religious leaders. But power changes. One day you have it, another day it is gone, and suddenly the whole illusion disappears. You are lonely as nobody else is, because others are accustomed to being lonely. You are not accustomed... your loneliness hurts you more.
Religions have tried to make you a member of an organized body of religion so you are always in a crowd. You know that there are six hundred million Catholics; you are not alone, six hundred million Catholics are with you. Jesus Christ is your savior. God is with you. Alone you may have been wrong -- doubt may have arisen -- but six hundred million people cannot be wrong. A little support... but even that is gone because there are millions who are not Catholics. There are the people who crucified Jesus. There are people who don't believe in God -- and their number is not less than Catholics, it is more than Catholics. And there are other religions with different concepts.
It is difficult for an intelligent person not to doubt. You may have millions of people following a certain belief system, but still you cannot be certain that they are with you, that you are not lonely.
Begging is such a misery. Even if you get something through begging, you will remain miserable. It hurts. It hurts your pride, it hurts your integrity. But sharing makes you more centered, more integrated, more proud, but not more egoistic -- more proud that existence has been compassionate to you. It is not ego; it is a totally different phenomenon... a recognition that existence has allowed you something for which millions of people are trying, but at the wrong door. You happen to be at the right door.
You will be surprised that different religions have given different names to the ultimate state of realization. The three religions born outside of India don't have any name for it because they never went far in the search for oneself. They remained childish, immature, clinging to a God, clinging to prayer, clinging to a savior. You can see what I mean: they are always dependent -- somebody else is to save them. They are not mature. Judaism, Christianity, Islam -- they are not mature at all and perhaps that is the reason they have influenced the greatest majority in the world, because most of the people in the world are immature. They have a certain affinity.
Most of the people in the world miss because they start fighting directly with the negative door.
Why so much conflict between the different religions?
Can you say this humanity is sane? One cannot remember a time in human history when people were not destroying each other either in the name of religion or in the name of God or even in the name of peace, humanity, universal brotherhood. Great words hiding ugly realities! Christians have been killing Mohammedans, Mohammedans have been killing Christians, Mohammedans have been killing Hindus, Hindus have been killing Mohammedans. Political ideologies, religious ideologies, philosophical ideologies are just facades for murder -- to murder in a justified way.
And all these religions were promising the people, "If you die in a religious war, your heaven is absolutely certain. Killing in war is not sin; being killed in war is a great virtue." This is sheer stupidity! But ten thousand years of conditioning has seeped deep into the blood, into the bones, in the very marrow of humanity. Each religion, each country, each race was claiming, "We are the chosen people of God. We are the highest; everyone is lower than us." This is insanity, and everybody has suffered because of it.
Jews have suffered immensely for one single folly that they committed: the idea that "We are the chosen people of God." Once you have the idea that you are the chosen people of God, then you cannot be forgiven by others because they are also the chosen people of God, and how to decide it? No argument can be conclusive, and nobody knows where God is hiding so you cannot ask him either; he cannot be brought in the court to be a witness. Then only the sword is going to decide. Whosoever is mighty is going to be right. Might has been right. Jews really suffered for centuries, but the suffering has not changed them. In fact it has strengthened the idea that they are the chosen people of God.
The same people who tell them, "You are the chosen people," also tell them that the chosen people have to go through many tests, many fires to prove their mettle. I have heard about an old rabbi -- he must have been a very sane man -- praying to God. He was praying for years and years and never asking for anything -- and you know, prayer is a kind of nagging: you go on nagging God every day, morning, afternoon, evening, night, five times every day. God must be getting tired, utterly bored....
And the rabbi was not asking for anything; otherwise there was a way out. If he had been asking for something it would have been given and the rabbi would have been told, "Get lost!" But he was not asking for anything, just praying. Finally God asked him, "Why do you go on torturing me? What do you want?" And the old rabbi said, "Just one thing. Is it not time for you to choose some other people? Please, make some other people your chosen people. We have suffered enough!"
But this is not only so with the Christians, Jews, Mohammedans and Hindus; it is exactly the same with all the people that have existed up to now. The racial ego, the religious ego, the spiritual ego is far more dangerous than the individual ego, because the individual ego is gross. You can see it -- everybody can see it, it is so visible on the surface. But when the ego becomes racial -- "Hinduism is great" -- you don't think you are claiming anything for yourself. Indirectly you are claiming, "I am great because I am a Hindu, and Hinduism is great." This is an indirect way, a subtle, cunning way: "I am great because I am a Japanese, because Japanese are the direct descendants of the sun God"; or, "I am a Chinese and the Chinese are the most civilized people, the most cultured."
When the Westerners reached China for the first time, looking at the Chinese, they laughed. They looked more like caricatures; cartoons rather than men -- just four or five hairs sticking out of your face and that's your whole beard! What kind of people are these? The first Europeans wrote in their diaries, "It seems we have discovered the missing link between the monkeys and man." And what were the Chinese writing in their journals?
Even the emperor of China was very much interested in seeing the Europeans because he had heard many stories about them. They were invited to his court, not because he respected the Europeans, but just to see what kind of people these were. Never before...! And he could not contain his laughter; he started laughing when he saw the Europeans. The Europeans were very much embarrassed: "Why is he laughing?" They were told, "That is his way of appreciating. He always laughs, enjoys; that is his way of welcoming the guests." But the reality was that he could not believe that these are human beings!
He asked his people, "Have you brought them from African jungles? They look like monkeys!" That's how the ego functions: the other is always reduced to the lowest possible; and compared to the other, one raises oneself higher. You say, "The world seems to be getting more and more crazy from day to day." That is not right; it has always been so.
Only one thing new is happening, and that is a blessing, not a curse at all. For the first time in the whole history of humanity, a few people are becoming aware that the way we have existed up to now is somehow wrong; something basically is missing in our very foundation.
Our whole politics is stupid, and then he becomes stupid. Our whole education is ugly. Our politics means nothing but ambition, naked ambition -- ambition for power. And only the lowest kind of people become interested in power. Only the people who are suffering from a deep inferiority complex become politicians. They want to prove that they are not inferior; they want to prove it to others, they want to prove to themselves that they are not inferior, they are superior.
Adolf Hitler was mad, but nobody in Germany dared to say it. Many felt that he was mad, but the moment he was defeated and committed suicide, many people started writing that they had always felt it. Even his own physicians who had never dared to tell the person himself -- at least they were supposed to say the truth, they were the physicians -- they had not said that he was sick, badly sick, and not only physiologically but psychologically too.
Humanity has always been insane. It has always remained upside down and confused, because you have been brought up on lies. But one thing good is happening today: at least a few intelligent young people are becoming aware that our whole past has been wrong and it needs a radical change. "We need a discontinuity from our past. We want to start afresh, we need to start afresh. The whole past has been an experiment in utter futility!"
I often panic, and worry that I might go mad....
Whether it is good, beautiful, delicious, something that you would like to enjoy closely, or it is ugly -- remain as far away as possible. Look at it just the way you look at a film. But people get identified even with films.
I have seen, when I was young... I have not seen any movie for a long time. But I have seen people weeping, tears coming down -- and nothing is happening! It is good that in a movie house it is dark; it saves them from feeling embarrassed. I used to ask my father, "Did you see? The fellow by your side was crying!"
"But," I said, "there is only a screen and nothing else. Nobody is killed, there is no tragedy happening -- just a projection of a film, just pictures moving on the screen. And people laugh, and people weep, and for three hours they are almost lost. They become part of the movie, they become identified with some character..."
My father said to me, "If you are raising questions about people's reactions then you cannot enjoy the film."
I said, "I can enjoy the film, but I don't want to cry; I don't see any enjoyment in it. I can see it as a film, but I don't want to become a part of it. These people are all becoming a part of it."
And if you were angry... Sometimes new people got into his shop, and became angry. He would say, "Calm down. At the most you need not pay me. I have cut only half of the beard; you can just go. I don't want to argue. You need not pay me; I don't ask even half payment."
You get identified with anything. People get identified with persons and then they create misery for themselves. They get identified with things, then they get miserable if that thing is missing.
What is the meaning of Life?
Millions of people are living meaningless lives because of this utterly stupid idea that meaning has to be discovered. As if it is already there. All that you need is to just pull the curtain, and behold! meaning is here. It is not like that.
The father said, "Absolutely no -- where is your whistle," because he was afraid. He may not even listen to his "no." He showed the whistle and the father kept his hand on his pocket, the boy's pocket. Then there was dancing, and the father forgot and he also started dancing. And Hassids are dancers, joyous people -- the cream of Judaism, the very essence of Judaism is with them, with those mad people.
Don't allow your life to become just a dead ritual. Let there be moments, unexplainable. Let there be a few things which are mysterious, for which you cannot supply any reason. Let there be a few doings for which people will think you are a little crazy. A man who is a hundred percent sane is dead. A little bit of craziness by the side is always a great joy. Go on doing a few crazy things too. And then meaning will be posible.
Why do you contradict yourself?
Mahavira said that; his philosophy is known as saptabhangi -- sevenfold. He must have appeared a very strange man. You asked one question and he would always answer your one question with seven answers, because his philosophy was sevenfold. He said, "I have come to see the seven aspects of the inner world." You asked him, "Does God exist?" and he would say, "First: perhaps he exists. Second: perhaps he does not. Third: perhaps he exists and yet does not exist. And fourth: perhaps he neither exists nor does not exist." And so on and so forth. He would give you seven answers. You would leave him more confused than you had come. That's why he could not influence many people. His religion remained one of the smallest although it had the potential of becoming one of the greatest religions of the world.
Understanding the Lessons of September 11
innocent people.
thing. War -- especially those acts which kill innocent people -- cannot
individually as people as well as help us grow as nations and as a world?
comfort, one of complacency. So many people throughout the world (especially
have seen, people living in America have a very deep sense of safety,
poor, innocent people working in the high reaches of the World Trade Center
on a country full of innocent, impoverished people the answer? Do we need to
hatred. They are acts of people who are trained to think of "us versus
them." They are acts of those who are taught to see people according to
vandana shiva
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* [Vandana Shiva on McDonald's, Exploitation and the Global Economy|http://www.mcspotlight.org/people/interviews/vandana_transcript.html]
Asha Bhosle
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Ian Lovell Rager
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Dave Winer
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Why is love so painful?
It is because of the pain of love, millions of people live a loveless life. They too suffer, and their suffering is futile. To suffer in love is not to suffer in vain. To suffer in love is creative; it takes you to higher levels of consciousness. To suffer without love is utterly a waste; it leads you nowhere, it keeps you moving in the same vicious circle.
If you don't go into love, as many people have decided, then you are stuck with yourself. Then your life is not a pilgrimage, then your life is not a river going to the ocean; your life is a stagnant pool, dirty, and soon there will be nothing but dirt and mud. To keep clean, one needs to keep flowing. A river remains clean because it goes on flowing. Flow is the process of remaining continuously virgin.
A lover remains a virgin. All lovers are virgin. The people who don't love cannot remain virgin; they become dormant, stagnant; they start stinking sooner or later -- and sooner than later -- because they have nowhere to go. Their life is dead.
And that neurosis is coming from your narcissistic stagnancy. Everyone is stuck with one's own illusion of having a separate self; then people go mad. And this madness is meaningless, unproductive, uncreative. Or people start committing suicide. Those suicides are also unproductive, uncreative.
You may not commit suicide by taking poison or jumping from a cliff or by shooting yourself, but you can commit a suicide which is a very slow process, and that's what happens. Very few people commit suicide suddenly. Others have decided for a slow suicide; gradually, slowly, slowly they die. But almost, the tendency to be suicidal has become universal.
Hence people are interested in sex, because sex is not risky. It is momentary, you don't get involved. Love is involvement; it is commitment. It is not momentary. Once it takes roots, it can be forever. It can be a lifelong involvement. Love needs intimacy, and only when you are intimate does the other become a mirror. When you meet sexually with a woman or a man, you have not met at all; in fact, you avoided the soul of the other person. You just used the body and escaped, and the other used your body and escaped. You never became intimate enough to reveal each other's original faces.
The people who say life is meaningless are the people who have not known love. All that they are saying is that their life has missed love.
Is there a law of karma?
Then what kind of law is it? It is a hope. A man wandering in immense darkness, groping his way, clings to anything that gives a little hope, a little light -- because what you observe in life itself is something totally different from the law of karma. A man who is a well-known criminal may succeed and become the president, the prime minister; or vice versa: he was not a criminal before, but when he becomes the president or prime minister of a country he becomes a criminal... So in life this strange situation happens: bad people reach good positions, become respectable or honored, not only in their time but throughout history. It is full of their names. In history, Gautam Buddha, Mahavira, Kanad, Gautam, Lao Tzu, Chuang Tzu, Lieh Tzu -- people like these you will not find even in the footnotes. And Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan, Tamerlane, Nadirshah, Napoleon Bonaparte, Adolf Hitler -- they make up the major portion of history. In fact, we have to write the whole of history again because all these people have to be completely erased. Even the memory of them should not be carried on, because even their memory may have evil effects on people.
A better humanity will not give these names even a place in the footnotes; there is no need. They were nightmares; it is better they are completely forgotten so they don't follow you like shadows. And we have to discover people who have lived on this earth and made it in every way beautiful; shared their joy, their dance, their music, shared their ecstasies -- but lived anonymously. People have completely forgotten even their names. To me, certainly each action has its result, but not somewhere far away in a future life. The action and the result are continuous, they are part of one process. Do you think sowing the seed and reaping the crop are separate? It is one process. What begins in sowing the seed, grows, and one day the one seed has become thousands of seeds. That's what you call your crop. It is the same seed which has exploded into thousands of seeds. No death is intervening, no afterlife is needed; it is a continuum.
Mosaraf Ali
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* [Doctor of Common Sense|http://www.hindustantimes.com/nonfram/250401/htc02.asp] : ...Ali, therefore, emphasises on what he calls "the tripod that promotes the healing power withing you." The tripod consists of a balanced diet (a fruity breakfast, a substantial lunch with both veggies and proteins, and a light dinner without dessert), 15 minutes of yoga and breathing exercises, and regular therapeutic massages focusing on the neck and shoulders. And he make a strong pitch for the habit of taking regular breaks from work. "The human brain," he says, "can work at a certain pace and take a certain load." Not surprisingly, some of the world's most stressed-out people have happily entrusted their lives to Ali...
Knowledge Management
!People
Arundhati Roy
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Dave Klein
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Rick Rescorla
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George Monbiot
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Aradhana Srikanth
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Akila Srikanth
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Usha Balakrishnan
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TL Balakrishnan
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Srikanth Sivaraman
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Mira Art
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Brent Simmons
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Andrea Frick
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Christopher Ryan
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Jim Roepcke
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I think deeply about things and want others to do likewise. I work for ideas and learn from people. I don't like excluding people. I'm a perfectionist, but I won't let that get in the way of publication. Except for education and entertainment, I'm not going to waste my time on things that won't have an impact. I try to be friends with everyone, but I hate it when you don't take me seriously. I don't hold grudges (it's not productive) but I learn from my experience. I want to make the world a better place.
Joel Spolsky
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James Pryor
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http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~jpryor/
[Guidelines on Writing a Philosophy Paper|http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~jpryor/general/writing.html]
Philip Greenspun
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His advise (best so far in my opinion): Work on something that excites you enough to want to work 24x7. Become an expert on data model + page flow. Build some great systems by yourself and put them on your resume ("I built X" rather than "I built a piece of X as part of a huge team"). Take periodic long trips to exotic countries and learn from people (sometimes your own country is after all the most exotic). --- For more... visit [Ask Philip Forum|http://philip.greenspun.com/bboard/q-and-a?topic_id=22]
Jakob Nielsen
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Peter Russell
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Henry D. Thoreau
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Mahatma Gandhi
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Dan Sanderson
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Grayson Harding
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K.V. Swamy
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Saravanan Natarajan
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Radhika Nathan
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Weblog2001November
[Health Education Library for People]
[Stephen Hawking] in [A Brief History of Time] : As we shall see, the concept of time has no meaning before the beginning of the universe. This was first pointed out by St. Augustine. When asked: What did God do before he created the universe? Augustine didn't reply: He was preparing Hell for people who asked such questions. Instead, he said that time was a property of the universe that God created, and that time did not exist before the beginning of the universe.
[Kalpana Mohan] : I live in a place where a million dollars is loose change for most people. I live in a place where people lease Mercs while they await their Porsches. It's a place where every minuscule movement of the NASDAQ rumbles into a seismological event. A place where deals are made - to be broken when options vest...
[Mira Art] [quotes|http://surprise.editthispage.com/2001/11/08] Mark Twain : Always do right. That will gratify some of the people, and astonish the rest.
[Richard Fritzson] [reacts|http://www.interesting-people.org/archives/interesting-people/200111/msg00189.html] to article [Study of Disputed Florida Ballots Finds Justices Did Not Cast the Deciding Vote|http://www.interesting-people.org/archives/interesting-people/200111/msg00183.html] by starting 'This is a pretty outrageous headline for this story.'
[Freeman Thomas], head of advanced product design for DaimlerChrysler : "A lot of people in the design business are full of BS. They want to create the facade of an extreme individual. I don't want to be someone who can't be approached."
Fast Company's [Who's Fast 2002|http://www.fastcompany.com/online/52/wf_intro.html] : ...Ordinary people doing extraordinary things. Our fourth-annual Who's Fast issue arrives at a time when our feelings about work, life, business, and purpose need thoughtful recalibration...
[William Damon] coauthor of [Good Work] : "We're getting people to overcome the sense that to have a good career, you've got to compromise or cut
I hurt myself yesterday while playing badminton... Nothing Serious... But I am thinking about [Relative and Absolute Happiness] and about people who are handicapped
Sharon Franquemont
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Samuel Taylor Coleridge
[People] > Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Jagdish Parikh
[People] > Dr. Jagdish Parikh
Mahesh Shantaram
[People] > Mahesh Shantaram
Obstacles to Happiness
way and that way, letting events or other people tell you how to feel. So
night. People who made it! Made what?! Made asses of
unhappy people, they are miserable people. They don't enjoy life. They
Swami Vivekananda
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Rebecca Blood
[People] > Rebecca Blood
Relative and Absolute Happiness
My teacher used to talk about two kinds of happiness-©˜ relative and absolute©˜ happiness. Relative happiness is happiness that depends on things outside ourselves: friends, and family, surroundings, the size of our home or family income. This is what we feel when a desire is fulfilled, or something we have longed for is obtained. While the happiness such things bring us is certainly real, the fact is that none of this lasts for ever. Things change. People change. This kind of happiness shatters easily when external conditions alter.
Anthony de Mello, SJ
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Chet Day
[People] > Chet Day
Ramana Maharshi
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Who am i?
Other than inquiry, there are no adequate means. If through other means it is sought to control the mind, the mind will appear to be controlled, but will again go forth. Through the control of breath also, the mind will become quiescent; but it will be quiescent only so long as the breath remains controlled, and when the breath resumes the mind also will again start moving and will wander as impelled by residual impressions. The source is the same for both mind and breath. Thought, indeed, is the nature of the mind. The thought "I" is the first thought of the mind; and that is egoity. It is from that whence egoity originates that breath also originates. Therefore, when the mind becomes quiescent, the breath is controlled, and when the breath is controlled the mind becomes quiescent. But in deep sleep, although the mind becomes quiescent, the breath does not stop. This is because of the will of God, so that the body may be preserved and other people may not be under the impression that it is dead. In the state of waking and in samadhi, when the mind becomes quiescent the breath is controlled. Breath is the gross form of mind. Till the time of death, the mind keeps breath in the body; and when the body dies the mind takes the breath along with it. Therefore, the exercise of breath-control is only an aid for rendering the mind quiescent (manonigraha); it will not destroy the mind (manonasa).
The mind should not be allowed to wander towards worldly objects and what concerns other people. However bad other people may be, one should bear no hatred for them. Both desire and hatred should be eschewed. All that one gives to others one gives to one's self. If this truth is understood who will not give to others? When one's self arises all arises; when one's self becomes quiescent all becomes quiescent. To the extent we behave with humility, to that extent there will result good. If the mind is rendered quiescent, one may live anywhere.
Without desire, resolve, or effort, the sun rises; and in its mere presence, the sun-stone emits fire, the lotus blooms, water evaporates; people perform their various functions and then rest. Just as in the presence of the magnet the needle moves, it is by virtue of the mere presence of God that the souls governed by the three (cosmic) functions or the fivefold divine activity perform their actions and then rest, in accordance with their respective karmas. God has no resolve; no karma attaches itself to Him. That is like worldly actions not affecting the sun, or like the merits and demerits of the other four elements not affecting all pervading space.
Sri Aurobindo
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The Mother
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Bharti Vyas
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Kiran Bedi
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Guy Kawasaki
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Seth Dillingham
[People] > Seth Dillingham
Eliot Shephard
[People] > Eliot Shephard
Chandramouli Mahadevan
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Joshua Allen
[People] > Joshua Allen http://www.netcrucible.com/blog/
Vincent Laforet
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Joseph Mercola
[People] > Joseph Mercola
Deepavali
In South India people take an oil bath in the morning and wear new clothes. They partake of sweetmeats. They light fireworks which are regarded as the effigies of Narakasura who was killed on this day. They greet one another, asking, "Have you had your Ganges bath?" which actually refers to the oil bath that morning as it is regarded as purifying as a bath in the holy Ganges.
Everyone forgets and forgives the wrongs done by others. There is an air of freedom, festivity and friendliness everywhere. This festival brings about unity. It instils charity in the hearts of people. Everyone buys new clothes for the family. Employers, too, purchase new clothes for their employees.
In a happy mood of great rejoicing village folk move about freely, mixing with one another without any reserve, all enmity being forgotten. People embrace one another with love. Deepavali is a great unifying force. Those with keen inner spiritual ears will clearly hear the voice of the sages, "O Children of God! unite, and love all". The vibrations produced by the greetings of love which fill the atmosphere are powerful enough to bring about a change of heart in every man and woman in the world. Alas! That heart has considerably hardened, and only a continuous celebration of Deepavali in our homes can rekindle in us the urgent need of turning away from the ruinous path of hatred.
Bruce Mau
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Srila Prabhupada
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Dan Chan
[People] > Dan Chan
Wesley Felter
[People] > Wesley Felter
Hal B. Rager
[People] > Hal B. Rager
Susan A. Kitchens
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Gudrun Veyel
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William Damon
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Doc Searls
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Andre Durand
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Wai Genriiu
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Steve Yost
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Geoff Goodfellow
[People] > Geoff Goodfellow
Steve Wainstead
[People] > Steve Wainstead
Martha Schindler
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David Allen
[People] > David Allen
Patrick Combs
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Rich Geib
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Karl Benz
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Kris
[People] > Kris
Joel Snyder
[People] > Joel Snyder
Doug Baron
[People] > Doug Baron
Lawrence Lee
[People] > Lawrence Lee
John Robb
[People] > John Robb
Robert Scoble
[People] > Robert Scoble http://radio.weblogs.com/0001011/
20040320 : [fastcompany.com: It's A Blog World After All|http://www.fastcompany.com/magazine/81/blog.html] : .....Robert Scoble may well be one of the most powerful people in Redmond right now.....
Eric Kidd
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Sean P. Floyd
[People] > Sean P. Floyd
Oliver Wrede
[People] > Oliver Wrede
Jake Savin
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Brad Pettit
[People] > Brad Pettit
Jeff Cheney
[People] > Jeff Cheney
Martin Luther King, Jr.
[People] > Martin Luther King, Jr.
Sheila Simmons
[People] > Sheila Simmons
Alwin Hawkins
[People] > Alwin Hawkins
Gurdjieff
[People] > Gurdjieff
John VanDyk
[People] > John VanDyk
David Rogers
[People] > David Rogers
Steven Vore
[People] > Steven Vore
Dori Smith
[People] > Dori Smith
Dan Gillmor
[People] > Dan Gillmor
Richard Bach
[People] > Richard Bach
Henry Miller
[People] > Henry Miller
Ralph Waldo Emerson
[People] > Ralph Waldo Emerson
A man cannot utter two or three sentences, without disclosing to intelligent ears precisely where he stands in life and thought, namely, whether in the kingdom of the senses and understanding, or, in that of ideas and imagination, in the realm of intuitions and duty. People seem not to see that their opinion of the world is also a confession of character.
Sogyal Rinpoche
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Confucius
[People] > Confucius
Helen Keller
[People] > Helen Keller
John R. Henderson
[People] > John R. Henderson
Steve Solomon
[People] > Steve Solomon
Lee Iacocca
[People] > Lee Iacocca
http://www.exsands.com/History/People/leeiacoccabiog_wip_ex.htm
JRD Tata
[People] > JRD Tata
Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam
[People] > Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam
KJ Yesudas
[People] > KJ Yesudas
Mother Teresa
[People] > Mother Teresa
Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi
[People] > Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi
Sitaraman Periasamy
[People] > Sitaraman Periasamy
Eric Margolis
[People] > Eric Margolis
Aajonus Vonderplanitz
[People] > Aajonus Vonderplanitz
Richard Fritzson
[People] > Richard Fritzson
Bill Clinton
[People] > Bill Clinton
Prakash Sritharan
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Ken Coar
[People] > Ken Coar
Peter Hilton
[People] > Peter Hilton
Nathan Wallace
[People] > Nathan Wallace
Dharini Sritharan
[People] > Dharini Sritharan
Shoba Narayan
[People] > Shoba Narayan
Sita Ram Goel
[People] > Sita Ram Goel
Rick Saenz
[People] > Rick Saenz
Eric Rawlins
[People] > Eric Rawlins
Kins Collins
[People] > Kins Collins
George Orwell
[People] > George Orwell
Viktor Frankl
[People] > Viktor Frankl
Jonathan Abrams
[People] > Jonathan Abrams
Peter J. Denning
[People] > Peter J. Denning
The Invisible Future: The Seamless Integration of Technology into Everyday Life
>managed, investment-squandering dot-com companies. Businesspeople find it
Kalpana Mohan
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"...I live in a place where a million dollars is loose change for most people. I live in a place where people lease Mercs while they await their Porsches. It's a place where every minuscule movement of the NASDAQ rumbles into a seismological event. A place where deals are made - to be broken when options vest..."
C. Mohan
[People] > C. Mohan
KarthigaSaravanan
[People] > KarthigaSaravanan
SupriyaSaravanaKumar
[People] > SupriyaSaravanaKumar
After coming to Germany, i didnot find any Indian people near to my home.
Chandramouli
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Srividhya Arvind
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Tim Pozar
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Jeremy Stangroom
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Bruce Eckel
[People] > Bruce Eckel
Mark Twain
[People] > Mark Twain
Christina Wodtke
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Madhu Menon
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Stephen Hawking
[People] > Stephen Hawking
Jonathan Wallace
[People] > Jonathan Wallace
Steve Hooker
[People] > Steve Hooker
John Taylor Gatto
[People] > John Taylor Gatto
Vikas Kamat
[People] > Vikas Kamat
Steven Morgan Friedman
[People] > Steven Morgan Friedman
"I'm an easily amused compulsive people watcher"
I subscribe to his [Random Thoughts|http://www.westegg.com/rt/] : ...It is the forum that I use to share insights, information, and interpretations with interesting people from around the world...
people
Imagine what we don't ask when we meet people. What if it were the
was, "What have you read lately?". Imagine we expected people to ask
society expects people to read a lot, to discuss what they read--in
Clay Shirky
[People] > Clay Shirky
I have been a producer, programmer, professor, designer, author, consultant, sometimes working with people who wanted to create a purely intellectual or aesthetic experience online, sometimes working with people who wanted to use the internet to sell books or batteries or banking."
Amy Wohl
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Albert Einstein
[People] > Albert Einstein
If people are good only because they fear punishment, and hope for
Charles du Bois
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Azim Premji
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Gerald Oskoboiny
[People] > Gerald Oskoboiny
http://impressive.net/people/gerald/
Patrick David Harrigan
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Thomas Paine
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Wayne Downing
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Carlton Vogt
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Jiddu Krishnamurti
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Donald Knuth
[People] > Donald Knuth
Tom Van Vleck
[People] > Tom Van Vleck
.....I have had the privilege of working with some of the finest people in the world on some of the most interesting projects in the computer field.
Peopleware
[Books] > Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams
Ed Yourdon
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People
[2do] > People
[Google]rs... Please goto [People]
Only a Ripe Fruit Falls
In the West, the whole Western tradition of religion and psychology propounds, preaches, persuades people, to have strong egos -- because unless you have a strong ego, how can you survive? Life is a struggle; if you are egoless, you will be destroyed. Then who will resist? Who will fight? Who will compete? And life is a continuous competition. Western psychology says: Attain to the ego, be strong in it.
This egolessness is not humbleness; this egolessness is not humility. You may find many humble people, but under their humility, subtle egos are functioning.
Guido van Rossum
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Allen Downey
[People] > Allen Downey
Rasmus Lerdorf
[People] > Rasmus Lerdorf
Monty Widenius
[People] > Monty Widenius
Brian Kernighan
[People] > Brian Kernighan
Dennis Ritchie
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Bjarne Stroustrup
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Ken Thompson
[People] > Ken Thompson
Rick Steves
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Gerard M Blair
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Cyndi Seidler
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Jeyaalaki Arunagirinathan
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Gangan Prathap
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Shaun
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Deborah Deford
[People] > Deborah Deford
Stephen Covey
[People] > Stephen Covey
Eric Steven Raymond
[People] > Eric Steven Raymond
Wayne Dyer
[People] > Wayne Dyer
Gerald M. Weinberg
[People] > Gerald M. Weinberg
Peter Coad
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Gernot Katzer
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John Renesch
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Matthias Felleisen
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Health Education Library for People
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Jutta Degener
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The Ten Marks of a Happy Marriage
1. COMMITMENT: Some couples like their wedding service to be traditional, others 'freer'. But three solemn declarations must be there somewhere: I am not married to anyone else; I take you ... to be my lawful wedded wife/husband; forsaking all others I will be lovingly committed to you for life. When I counsel a couple before marriage, we talk about their vows (they usually compose their own). Some young people are wary of commitment, and view marriage as a trap. But you can't have a satisfying marriage relationship without commitment - a commitment of one imperfect person to another imperfect person. Marriage is not simply a 50-50 affair: it's 100 per cent give, both ways!
3. RESPECT: If acceptance and love are reactions to a 'sinning other' respect is our response to another's God-likeness. The person we are relating to is made in God's image, he or she is like God. So I should treat my spouse with courtesy and dignity even when I don't feel like it. Little habits of helpfulness actually feed respect. It is an honour to serve one who is like God. In Grace Awakening Chuck Swindoll writes: 'When I speak to those who are still single, I frequently address the issue of selfishness. I'll often say, "If you tend toward being selfish; if you're the type who clings to your own rights and has no interest sharing with others, please do the world (and certainly your potential mate) a favour and don't marry!"'[56] ('How good of God to let the Carlyles marry each other, and so make only two people miserable instead of four' wrote Samuel Butler of Thomas and Jane Carlyle.) Our fundamental human need is 'a true deep love of self, a genuine and joyful self-acceptance,' but marriage calls upon us to transcend that need: the partner's needs and pleasures must take equal if not superior status to our own.
5. INTIMACY: Marriage is 'incarnation'. When God wanted to communicate his love for us he sent Jesus to embody that love. Jesus loved people like God loves us. This truth will appear and re-appear like a refrain throughout this book: God loves us before we deserve to be loved. He loves us even though he knows us intimately. So it is in a good marriage. As we are utterly transparent with one another - we have already promised to love 'for better or for worse' - we learn to 'know' and love the other with their imperfections and faults, not after their removal! But if unsure of your parent's love, you may marry to find a kind of paternal/maternal love from your partner, which complicates the relationship. Here we must be very honest. Most women, I believe, are engaged in a life-long search for a strong nurturing father-figure; most men marry a wife to find a responsive nurturing mother-figure. Now you are allowed to have your own feelings about all this, and to express them: 'feelings are neither right nor wrong'. Figure out which feelings, wishes and thoughts come from within yourself, and which from your partner. Marriage fights are usually more about the past than the present! For example if one's parents were tidy/perfectionistic we'll have to figure out why we are the same or the opposite!
Olin Shivers
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Romy and Lisa
[People] > Romy and Lisa
The Wooden Bowl
People love that human touch - holding hands, a warm hug, or just a friendly pat on the back.
People will forget what you said ... people will forget what you did ... but people will never forget how you made them feel."
Definitions Redefined
Classic : A book which people praise, but do not read.
Weblog2001December
From [Never settle for the best] : ...Give the proper [tools] to a group of [people] who like to make a difference, and they will...
Apart from family and friends, I would like to thank the following people for sharing their thoughts/life and making available usable/useful/enjoyable tools on the web.
* I list many more people at [Portal] whom I visit virtually and also contribute to who i am...
[Rheinmuenster|http://www.rheinmuenster.de/] : The people of Greffern have always operated a ferry service between their town and Drusenheim on the left bank of the river: a pontoon bridge was erected in 1875, followed by the motor ferry "Drusus", which has been providing a free ferry service since 1977.
[Why we have a terrorism problem with our airlines|http://www.interesting-people.org/archives/interesting-people/200112/msg00227.html] : ...the FAA had come down hard on the airport only because 1,000 badges was too many, in that regulations permit that airport to have only 500 unaccounted-for access badges....
[Aristotle] in [Nicomachean Ethics] : The man who gets angry at the right things and with the right people, and in the right way and at the right time and for the right length of time, is commended.
[Jason Levine] : [Stanford University Interview|http://www.broaderminds.com/Profiles/Stanford_university/reviews/987553538431.html] : "More important than the workload at Stanford, I find, is the ‘humbling factor’. Basically, if you can gain admission to a school like Stanford, I have no doubt that you can work at the level set by the professors. The problem is more egotistical: can you handle meeting people just as and possibly more intelligent than yourself?"
[Albert Einstein] : If people are good only because they fear punishment, and hope for reward, then we are a sorry lot indeed.
[Benjamin Kuipers] has [a possible solution|http://www.interesting-people.org/archives/interesting-people/200112/msg00061.html] to the Arab-Israeli Conflict
Sushma always wondered about [Cops get(ting) speeding tickets from cameras|http://www.interesting-people.org/archives/interesting-people/200112/msg00002.html]
George Harrison
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Craig Jensen
[People] > Craig Jensen
Roger Ebsen
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Buddha
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Dan Simmons
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Richard P. Gabriel
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Christopher Alexander
[People] > Christopher Alexander
Skandha Sashti
There are big temples of Lord Subramanya at Tiruchendur, in Udipi, Palani Hills, in Ceylon and Tiruparankundrum. The Lord spent His childhood days in Tiruchendur and took Mahasamadhi at Kathirgamam. If anyone goes to Kathirgamam with faith, devotion and piety, and stay in the temple there for two or three days, the Lord Himself grants His vision to the devotee. The devotee is filled with rich spiritual experiences. A big festival is held in the temple every year on Skanda Sashti. Thousands of people visit the place. “Mountains” of camphor are burnt on this occasion.
John Patrick
[People] > John Patrick
Jeff Keller
[People] > Jeff Keller
Benjamin Kuipers
[People] > Benjamin Kuipers
Bill Joy
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Ken Roberts
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Peter Longo
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Mudda Moopan
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Digital IXUS
* [Macworld: The 17th Annual Editors' Choice Awards|http://www.macworld.com/2001/12/eddy/awards.html] : It's easy to say that more is better, but when it comes to digital imaging, a two-megapixel digital camera fits most people's needs and budgets. Canon shines in this category with its PowerShot S110 Digital Elph (, November 2001, $499; 800/652-2666, http://www.powershot.com), a masterpiece of compact design, simple interface, and picture quality. If you want something to replace your basic film camera, the Digital Elph is the one to buy.
Christian Kwyas
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Mark Pilgrim
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Pongal
To many people, especially the Tamilians, Makara Shankranti ushers in the New Year. The corn that is newly-harvested is cooked for the first time on that day. Joyous festivities mark the celebration in every home. Servants, farmers and the poor are fed and clothed and given presents of money. On the next day, the cow, which is regarded as the symbol of the Holy Mother, is worshipped. Then there is the feeding of birds and animals.
To many people, especially the Tamilians, Makara Shankranti ushers in the New Year. The corn that is newly-harvested is cooked for the first time on that day. Joyous festivities mark the celebration in every home. Servants, farmers and the poor are fed and clothed and given presents of money. On the next day, the cow, which is regarded as the symbol of the Holy Mother, is worshipped. Then there is the feeding of birds and animals.
On the Shankranti day, sweets, puddings and sweet rice are prepared in every home, especially in South India. The pot in which the rice is cooked is beautifully adorned with tumeric leaves and roots, the symbols of auspiciousness. The cooking is done by the women of the household with great faith and devotion, feeling from the bottom of their hearts that it is an offering unto the Lord. When the milk in which the rice is being cooked boils over, the ladies and the children assemble round the pot and shout “Pongalo Pongal!” with great joy and devotion. Special prayers are offered in temples and houses. Then the people of the household gather together and partake of the offerings in an atmosphere of love and festivity.
William James
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Anthony de Mello
[People] > Anthony de Mello
...The day he was ordained a Jesuit priest in India, Tony de Mello swore an oath to himself--to learn how truly to help people, so that his counseling would not be useless...
One Minute Wisdom
it is peace you want, seek to change yourself, not other people. It is
Before I was twenty I never worried about what other people thought of me. But after I was twenty I worried endlessly &#8212; about all the impressions I made and how people were evaluating me. Only sometime after turning fifty did I realize that they hardly ever thought about me at all.
Derk Richardson
[People] > Derk Richardson
Isaiah Berlin
[People] > Isaiah Berlin
The Hedgehog and the Fox
http://www.cc.gatech.edu/people/home/idris/Essays/Hedge_n_Fox.htm
Siva Vaidhyanathan
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Chris Mitchell
[People] > Chris Mitchell
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
[People] > Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
Jean-Paul Sartre
[People] > Jean-Paul Sartre
Mortimer Jerome Adler
[People] > Mortimer Jerome Adler
John December
[People] > John December
Ian Alexander
[People] > Ian Alexander
The Masquerade Of Charity
says, "I was hungry and you gave me to eat," and the people on the right
there are some people who do things so that they won't HAVE TO HAVE A BAD
love. But, thank God, you do things for people and it's
alone. You want people to think you're a good priest! When you say, "I
don't like hurting people," I say, "Come off it! I don't believe you." I
people. We love to hurt people, especially some people. We love it. And
Shree Mahasivarathri
People observe a strict fast on this day. Some devotees do not even take a drop of water. They keep vigil all night. The Shiva Lingam is worshipped throughout the night by washing it every three hours with milk, curd, honey, rose water, etc., whilst the chanting of the Mantra Om Namah Shivaya continues. Offerings of bael leaves are made to the Lingam. Bael leaves are very sacred as, it is said, Lakshmi resides in them.
Hymns in praise of Lord Shiva, such as the Shiva Mahimna Stotra of Pushpadanta or Ravana’s Shiva Tandava Stotra are sung with great fervour and devotion. People repeat the Panchakshara Mantra, Om Namah Shivaya. He who utters the Names of Shiva during Shivaratri, with perfect devotion and concentration, is freed from all sins. He reaches the abode of Shiva and lives there happily. He is liberated from the wheel of births and deaths. Many pilgrims flock to the places where there are Shiva temples.
Rabbi Hillel
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Karthigai
When the light on the top of the Tiruvannamalai Hill is unveiled on the Kartigai Deepam day, people see the big light and worship it. They recite again and again in a loud voice “Harohara”. The esoteric meaning is that he who sees the light of lights that is burning eternally in the chambers of his heart through constant meditation attains immortality. The light on the Arunachala brings the message to you that the Self or Lord Shiva is self-effulgent, He is the light of lights.
On the Kartigai Deepam day in South India, people make bonfires in front of temples in the evening. It is said that Lord Shiva burnt the chariots of several demons who were torturing sages and celestials. This bonfire symbolises this legend.
People place rows of earthen lamps in front of their houses on the evening of Kartigai Deepam and worship the Lord. They also light a variety of fireworks.
Holi
IN DAYS of yore, there were communities of cannibals in India. They caused much havoc. They threatened the lives of many innocent people. One of them was Holika or Putana. She took immense delight in devouring children. Sri Krishna destroyed her and thus saved the little children. Even today, the effigy or figure of Holika is burnt in the fire. In South India, the clay figure of Cupid is burnt. This is the origin of the great festival of Holi.
This same scene is enacted every year to remind people that those who love God shall be saved, and they that torture the devotee of God shall be reduced to ashes. When Holika was burnt, people abused her and sang the glories of the Lord and of His great devotee, Prahlad. In imitation of that, people even today use abusive language, but unfortunately forget to sing the praises of the Lord and His devotee!
In North India, people play joyfully with coloured water. The uncle sprinkles coloured water on his nephew. The niece applies coloured powder on her aunt’s face. Brothers and sisters and cousins play with one another.
Huge bundles of wood are gathered and burnt at night, and everywhere one hears shouts of “Holi-ho! Holi-ho!” People stand in the streets and sprinkle coloured water on any man who passes by, be he a rich man or an officer. There is no restriction on this day. It is like the April Fool’s Day of the Europeans. People compose and sing special Holi songs.
On the festival day, people clean their homes, remove all dirty articles from around the house and burn them. Disease-breeding bacteria are thereby destroyed. The sanitary condition of the locality is improved. During the festival, boys dance about in the streets. People play practical jokes with passers-by. A bonfire is lit towards the conclusion of the festival. Games representing the frolics of the young Krishna take place joyously around a fire.
On the last day of Holi, people take a little fire from this bonfire to their homes. They believe that their homes will be rendered pure, and their bodies free from disease.
Nowadays, people are found indulging in all sorts of vices in the name of the Holi festival. Some drink intoxicating liquor like toddy and fall unconscious on the roads. They indulge in obscene speech as a result of drinking. They lose respect for their elders and masters. They waste their money in drink and dice-play. These evils should be totally eradicated.
Festivals like Holi have their own spiritual value. Apart from the various amusements, they create faith in God if properly observed. Hindu festivals always have a spiritual significance. They wean man away from sensual pleasures and take him gradually to the spiritual path and divine communion. People perform havan and offer the new grains that are harvested to the gods before using them.
Gokulashtami
The Incarnations usually come with their particular or favourite groups or companions. Lord Rama came with Lakshmana, Bharata and Shatrughna. Lord Krishna came with Balarama, Devas and Rishis. Sanaka came with Sanandana, Sanatkumara and Sanatsujata. Some, like Sri Shankara and Ramanuja, come as teachers and spiritual leaders. Some, like Chaitanya, are born to instill devotion in the hearts of people and turn their minds towards God. The Incarnations proper, like Krishna, come only when there is widespread catastrophe in the world.
7. From sunset people assemble in the elaborately decorated temple and sing the Lord’s Names and glories.
ShreeRamanavami
Rama was the Lord Hari Himself, incarnate on earth for the destruction of Ravana. He was well accomplished, beautiful and endowed with royal marks. His glory and prowess were unlimited. He was peerless on earth. He was free from malice. He was gentle. He was the protector of all His people. He always addressed them in gentle words. He never used any harsh words even when somebody provoked Him. He held sway over the whole world.
Deep and unfathomed like the ocean, firm and steadfast like the Himalayan mountains, valiant like Lord Vishnu, He was the joy of Kaushalya. Though fierce like fire on the battlefield, He was calm like the cool breeze of the Mandara Hills, patient like Mother Earth, bounteous like the god of wealth and righteous like the lord of justice himself. In the pains and the griefs of His people, His heart swiftly sympathised with the sufferers. In the festive scenes which held them in joy, He like a father, shared their joys. By His honour and heroism, as well as by His gentleness and love for His subjects, He greatly endeared Himself to the hearts of His people. Such a great person was the Lord Rama!
Lord Rama was the best of men with a sterling character. He was the very image of love. He was an ideal son, an ideal brother, an ideal husband, an ideal friend and an ideal king. He can be taken to embody all the highest ideals of man. He led the ideal life of a householder to teach the tenets of righteousness to humanity. He ruled His people so well that it came to be known as Ram-Rajya, which meant the rule of righteousness, the rule which bestows happiness and prosperity on all.
Devotion has absolutely nothing to do with age, caste, creed, position or sex. Generally, the worldly-minded people say: “We will practise meditation and devotion when we retire from service.” This is a serious mistake. How can you do serious Sadhana after squeezing out all your energy in working? How will you be able to practise the strict Yogic discipline in your old age? Is there any certainty in life? No, the spiritual seeds of discipline and devotion must be sown in you while you are young, while your heart is tender and untainted. Then only will it strike a deep root, blossom forth and bear fruit when you become old and retire. Only then can you bravely face the god of death and meet him with a smile!
Even a great sinner who is full of evil qualities and who is fond of other people’s wealth, is freed from all kinds of faults that pertain to worldly life if only he remembers the Lord always. He attains purity and goes to the supreme abode of the Lord.
S Sandilya
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Sathyakama Sandilya
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Sabrina Nelson
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John Muir
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Lawrence Benedict
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2005 11 24: There are many people with name: Lawrence Benedict,
Tom Robbins
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http://www.salon.com/people/feature/2000/03/09/robbins/
Bruno Cancellieri
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Jack Welch
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Straight from the Gut
As CEO of General Electric for the past twenty years, he has built its market cap by over $500 billion and established himself as the most admired business leader in the world. His championing of initiatives like Six Sigma quality, globalization, and e-business have helped define the modern corporation. At the same time, he's a gutsy boss who has forged a unique philosophy and an operating system that relies on a "boundaryless" sharing of ideas, an intense focus on people, and an informal, give-and-take style that makes bureaucracy the enemy."
Four Great Lessons
During my second month of nursing school, our professor gave us a pop quiz. I was a conscientious student and had breezed through the questions, until I read the last one: "What is the first name of the woman who cleans the school?" Surely this was some kind of joke. I had seen the cleaning woman several times. She was tall, dark-haired and in her 50s, but how would I know her name? I handed in my paper, leaving the last question blank. Just before classended, one student asked if the last question would count toward our quiz grade. "Absolutely," said the professor. "In your careers, you will meet many people. All are significant. They deserve your attention and care, even if all you do is smile and say 'hello'." "I've never forgotten that lesson. I also learned her name was Dorothy.
"Well, how much is a plain dish of icecream?" he inquired. By now more people were waiting for a table and the waitress was growing impatient. "Thirty-five cents," she brusquely replied. The little boy again counted his coins. "I'll have the plain ice cream," he said.
Sharon Holdstock
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Aristotle
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Socrates
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Sjoerd Visscher
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Rabindranath Tagore
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Ian Strecker
[People] > Ian Strecker
Buckminster Fuller
[People] > Buckminster Fuller
God will save me
With a loving but irritated tone God replied, "What more would you have me do?  I sent people in two boats and a helicopter?"
Oliver Breidenbach
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Margaret Mead
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Derek Powazek
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Ben Brown
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Ani Moller
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James Allen
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Philip James Bailey
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Russell H. Conwell
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Lee Lozowick
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Tom Peters
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JeffDeLuca
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(source for following : http://www.stephenrpalmer.co.uk/people/Friends/JeffDeLuca.html )
Jeff firmly believes that good people using good processes produce great results. He invested considerable time and effort into recruiting and training a team of highly talented developers for the project. Jeff also challenges the status quo and convention when he believes it to be of benefit to the project. To put it in a nutshell, Jeff inspires and motivates others to achieve
Stephen Palmer
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W. Bruce Cameron
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Martin Farquhar Tupper
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Enlightened Self-Interest
[Jon Udell], in his book [Practical Internet Groupware], speaks about the use of docbases: data stores of semistructured information (documents) in systems like newsgroups, web discussion forums, etc. He states that one of the most important factors in getting a docbase system used is making it a matter of enlightened self-interest. That is, people who store their information in the docbase must get an immediate and useful benefit from doing that.
Chris Sheridan
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Cicero
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Tunku Varadarajan
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Kevin Michael Barbieux
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Kevin Carter
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Jace Herring
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Index20011224
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Cesar Brea
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Frank Zappa
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Jeremiah Rogers
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Peter Suber
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Anton Skorucak
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Matt Webb
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Writing
Brave Buffalo, Brule Sioux Nation (1985) : ...The Earth People (indigenous natives) never wrote anything down, had no written language. They knew that if they wrote anything down it would be disastrous. If you write something down you don't have to remember it. And mind goes off into unconsciousness. It becomes negative, or unconscious force...
Jan Hunt
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John Holt
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Steve Krug
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Larry Page
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From [Never settle for the best] : ...Give the proper tools to a group of people who like to make a difference, and they will...
Sergey Brin
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Tim Berners-Lee
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http://www.w3.org/People/Berners-Lee/
Peter Koestenbaum
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Cooperation
The greatest danger in this world is unthinking people -- people who feel passionately but do not think, people who have no education, people who have nothing to lose. Universally, lack of education is the result of poverty, just as poverty is the result of the absence of education. This loop, which turns into a downward spiral, must be reversed. A virtuous circle must be established to replace the nefarious results of the vicious circle that prevails today. This is the ultimate meaning of cooperation.
Terrorism
Why do people turn to terrorism?
* The first factor is frustration and desperation to achieve a goal. When people are desperate to achieve some goal and are unable to do it, the desperation brings up violence in them.
Manish Vaidya
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Bertrand Russell
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always so certain of themselves, and wiser people so full of doubts.
Wingdings Om
publications are using this incorrect character. He'd like more people to
Padma Varadan
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Rangaramanuja Ayyangar
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Shirley Lipschutz-Robinson
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Scott Burton
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Rob Jellinghaus
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Yehudi Menuhin
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Richard Lenat
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Stephanie Relfe
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Malarraj Sudanthiramani
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Weblog2002January
[Mattu Pongal] : "...According to a legend, once Shiva asked his bull, Basava, to go to the earth and ask the mortals to have an oil massage and bath every day and to eat once a month. Inadvertently, Basava announced that everyone should eat daily and have an oil bath once a month. - - - This mistake enraged Shiva who then cursed Basava, banishing him to live on the earth forever. He would have to plough the fields and help people produce more food. Thus the association of this day with cattle. - - - A festival called [Jallikattu] is held in [Madurai], Tiruchirapalli and Tanjavur on this day..."
[Alexsandr Solzhenitsyn] : "If it were all so simple! If only there were evil people somewhere [insidious]ly committing evil deeds and it were necessary only to separate them from the rest of us and destroy them. But the line dividing good and evil cuts through the heart of every human being. And who is willing to destroy a piece of his own heart."
In [Wendell Berry]'s [Community|http://www.catholic.net/rcc/Periodicals/Crisis/Jan2000/Community.html] : "...[Gary Snyder] said the right thing: Stop somewhere, just stop. Finally, this thing we are calling mobility keeps people from learning their lessons. They keep moving away from the problems they’ve caused. Their idea is that you can completely mess up somewhere and then go somewhere else, or you can completely succeed somewhere and go somewhere else. In either case you don’t know what the effects are. Sometimes people cause worse effects by their success than they do by their failure. To go back to the metaphor of marriage. What marriage does is say to you to stay and find out. It doesn’t say what you are going to find out. When you think this is it, we are at a complete dead end here, the marriage says to you: Wait, stay, and find out. Always you find out more..."
[Craig Jensen] [:|http://booknotes.weblogs.com/2001/12/22] "With the tumultous state the world is in I feel uncomfortable, even guilty, being in any kind of festive or celebratory mood. And, in fact, I'm not festive. Nor am I filled with hope from any kind of religious faith. I'm mostly depressed. - - - But I realize that the sphere within which I have the most influence is my family. The most important people to me are my wife, son and daughter and then my extended family. Mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, nieces, nephews. All the quirks and dysfunctionalty set aside, this is the circle where I can find unbounded love and acceptance. It is the place where I can return that love, equally unbounded, without fear of reprisal or rejection. I am lucky. Truly so. I intend to immerse myself in my good fortune. In my own little circle I will enjoy peace and love and joy. - - - My hope and wish is that you will find yourselves enjoying the same. Be safe and well."
People are searching for interesting phrases at [Google] like [a way of life that does not consist of taking away from someone else|http://www.google.com/search?q=a+way+of+life+that+does+not+consist+of+taking+away+from+someone+else] and the first hit is [Quotations|http://kishore.editthispage.com/stories/storyReader$5] at my ex-weblog :-)
[Marcel Proust] : Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.
[Alan Kay] is enraptured by the potential impact that computing technology can have on the world. He is especially interested in education and hopes that this new technology will create, what he calls, a "skeptical man." He likens the personal computer to the present day book and believes that if everyone had access to a computer, people would be more prone to play "what-if" games with information. He says that "the [information] retrieval systems of the future are not going to retrieve facts but points of view. The weakness of databases is that they let you retrieve facts, while the strength of our culture over the past several hundred years has been our ability to take on multiple points of view. It should be possible for every kid everywhere to test what he or she is being told either against arguments of others or by appeal to computer simulation. The question is: will society nurture that potential or suppress it?"
To [People] I have come across on the web: I would love to spend my days reading all that you write... But there is not enough time in my days to do that after time invested in occupations to make [Money] flow to my bank account! So I setup a [Portal]
Synergy
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Veronica Lynne
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David K. Brown
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Carla Otto
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Principles
[Marcel Proust] : Let us be grateful to the [people] who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.
Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach
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Stan Krute
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Happiness
"Happiness is when you want nothing, and you want to give. Where the wanting and desires end, and the sharing begins, happiness is exactly there. Memory is not happiness. When you are happy, you forget everything. It is when happiness is gone that you dwell in its memory. In the world, people are either dreaming of happiness or remembering happiness. That is either being in the past or the future. But happiness is that which is in the present."
It is a fact that everyone in the world is seeking happiness, often unconsciously (whatever their concept of it is) - some may deny it, citing other pursuits instead, but no-one actively pursues misery, except in the mistaken belief that it is happiness. That the pursuit of this ideal is often unrecognised by those seeking it, must be accepted by us - it is nevertheless a fact - and happiness is given many names, satisfaction, excitement, thrill, good times etc. Its pursuit can take on the guise of drug and alcohol abuse, sexual pursuit, greed, lust for power, high ambition, steady employment, a family, good exam results etc. The list is in fact endless, but none of them lead to real abiding happiness, because no sooner is one objective fulfilled than another raises its head to spoil the fragment of happiness obtained. So what is the solution and how do we find this real and abiding happiness ? The clues are there for everyone to see, both in the world and within yourself, but most people miss them.
André Radke
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Rene Descartes
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Philippe MARTIN
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Gottlieb Daimler
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SAP
Software and People - Strength Action Passion
# Very wary of people at different levels
Henry James Gallagher
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Paul Graham
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Alan Kay
[People] > Alan Kay
Howard Rheingold
[People] > Howard Rheingold
Antoine de Saint-Exupery
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Stephen R. Covey
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Marcel Proust
[People] > Marcel Proust
Mark Kraft
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John Searle
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Esther Dyson
[People] > Esther Dyson
Pearls
I think we are in a circle as all people are ....And we are not able
"With the tumultous state the world is in I feel uncomfortable, even guilty, being in any kind of festive or celebratory mood. And, in fact, I'm not festive. Nor am I filled with hope from any kind of religious faith. I'm mostly depressed. - - - But I realize that the sphere within which I have the most influence is my family. The most important people to me are my wife, son and daughter and then my extended family. Mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, nieces, nephews. All the quirks and dysfunctionalty set aside, this is the circle where I can find unbounded love and acceptance. It is the place where I can return that love, equally unbounded, without fear of reprisal or rejection. I am lucky. Truly so. I intend to immerse myself in my good fortune. In my own little circle I will enjoy peace and love and joy. - - - My hope and wish is that you will find yourselves enjoying the same. Be safe and well."
"I might seem like a crazy storm chaser, but what I did was really a matter of necessity, at least to me. It was what I wanted to do with my life, really. - - - As it was, LiveJournal was expanding to the point where I couldn't really manage it without having LJ eat into my "day job" to an unacceptable degree. It's not as if I jumped in blindly - I had already helped LJ open source itself and expand to over 250K users before I left my job. I also put aside enough money to survive for quite awhile, though I have greatly cut back on expenses. That is an important aspect, really... you have to start businesses based on a lot of work, and it is your investment of work that pays off. You need to be willing to put in the work and keep your expenses painfully low until revenue starts coming in. Entirely too many businesses forget this, and that is why there are lots of dead dotcoms out there. - - - Ultimately, it isn't about money anyways, and money is an overused reason for going into business. If you are in it just for the money, you probably won't have the enthusiasm and drive to really succeed. Most people don't need a ton of money to survive, and those who do get a taste for money often find themselves the most in debt. Better to be able to simplify your life and concentrate on your interests and goals rather than become a slave to money, doing things you would rather not in pursuit of the elusive buck. If you are concentrating on providing a really good service and on developing good relationships with your customers, then you won't go too far wrong. - - - It's kind of like Google. They never have had to advertise their service, but they are a hugely popular search engine which doesn't have to advertise their service - their users do it for them. Those are the kind of services that everyone should be interested in starting - addictively good services. LiveJournal still has a way to go, but we're not too bad for the price..."
"Work on something that excites you enough to want to work 24x7. Become an expert on data model + page flow. Build some great systems by yourself and put them on your resume ("I built X" rather than "I built a piece of X as part of a huge team"). Take periodic long trips to exotic countries and learn from people (sometimes your own country is after all the most exotic)."
![Doc Searls]' [Advice to young people seeking IT careers|http://doc.weblogs.com/stories/storyReader$465]
I was asked for some advice to pass along to a class of graduating young people. It wasn't bad for something I pulled out of my butt, so I thought I'd post it somewhere before it got lost in the outbox.
# Look at what "Information Technology" really means. "Information" derives from inform, which derives from the verb *to form*. So: to inform somebody is to form them. Therefore, we are all authors of each other. Information is how we make up other people's minds.
# Publish your passions. Publish a weblog on *anything* you care about. Make that your daily diary and keep it up. Answer every email response. Respond to other people's 'blogs. Your path will be blazed by buzz.
There are two kinds of people: those who want to go work for a company to make it successful, and those who want to go work for a successful company. ( my deduction ! after reading [Jamie Zawinski|http://www.jwz.org/gruntle/]'s [resignation and postmortem|http://www.jwz.org/gruntle/nomo.html]
Wilfred Owen
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Russell Lipton
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Sarvottam
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Karl-Erik Sveiby
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John Stuart Mill
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Voltaire
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God
[God Doesn't Exist|http://www.chyk.net/onlinemagazine/apr2003/articles/exgod.htm] : ..."That's the point. God does exist; what happens is that people don't go to Him and don't look for Him. That's why there's so much pain and suffering in the world."...
Brad L. Graham
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Why I Weblog
* I document what I learn from the mistakes of other [people]. You can't live long enough to make them all yourself.
Wendell Berry
[People] > Wendell Berry
- - -. "Why I Am Not Going to Buy a Computer?" What People Are For? North Point Press: San Francisco, 1990.
Ed Iglehart
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P.T. Barnum
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edward estlin cummings
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Geov Parrish
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Masaru Emoto
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Christopher Wynter
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Stace Sharp
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Umberto Eco
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Nidhi Taparia
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Franz Konz
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http://www.ivu.org/evu/eurocong99/Franzkonz.html : "...His first step to defeating stomach cancer was vegan raw food. However, the more he read about the subject and particularly by close self-observation, 20 years ago he realized that "[Urkost]" - original food, i.e. wild plants, was the only right kind of diet for humans in order to be free of illnesses and health problems or to heal people if no organic damage had already been sustained..."
James Joyce
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Khalil Gibran
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Gary Snyder
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http://www.charm.net/~brooklyn/People/GarySnyder.html
Erich Fromm
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Frederick Mann
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Robert Yeung
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John Dingell
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Eric S. Raymond
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Gregory Adams-Tait
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Rob Cooper
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Paramhansa Yogananda
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Van Beveren
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Abraham Lincoln
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Greg Franklin
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So to produce compelling software, you have got to steer a course between bureaucracy and geekocracy. Steer it towards the New World, where the people are.
Shawn Fanning
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S.S. Nagarajan
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Hypertext
It disgusts me because I know there is no need for such products, which will put a lot of money into the pockets of people who don't care how they earn it and will bring another downward turn in the effort of gullible people to become better and smarter by way of machinery. This is a perfect example of modern salesmanship and modern technology—yet another way to make people pay dearly for what they already have (the ability to turn the pages of a newspaper or respond to an ad; the ability to read and write, to choose what to read, and to read "actively").
Richard Bolles
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Kevin Kelly
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Isaac Stern
[People] > Isaac Stern
Alexsandr Solzhenitsyn
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Frédéric Patenaude
[People] > Frédéric Patenaude is editor of [Just Eat An Apple]
http://www.rawtimes.com/people/fredpatenaude.html
David Klein
[People] > David Klein is editor of [Living Nutrition]
Michael Hauben
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Hilda Charlton
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Felice Aull
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http://www.med.nyu.edu/people/F.Aull.html
Keith Parkins
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Henry David Thoreau
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Michel de Montaigne
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Greg Smith
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Maruthappan Chinnayan
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James Snell
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Arthur Osborne
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The Hand That Rocks The Cradle Rules the World
Many of you here tonight are too young to know that this was also the pattern in the West until about seventy-five years ago. Before World War I, women were very strict in the West. It was that war and the one that followed that broke down the ancient roles of men and women. The men were taken away from industry by the army, and women were forced out of the home into the factories and businesses so that production could continue. Earlier they had been protected, seldom seen unaccompanied in public. Throughout history, women had been the caretakers of the home and the defenders of virtue. They valued their purity, their chastity, and were virgins when they married. Many people don't know that the old values were followed most strictly up until 1915 or so. Then the two world wars broke up the family and disturbed the balance between men and women. For the first time, women were seen alone in public. For the first time, they left the home and competed with men for their jobs.
Take the case of a mother who is at home every day, morning and night, attending to her children. As she rocks the cradle, her love and energy radiate out to the infant who then feels a natural peacefulness and security. She has time for the child, time to sing sweet lullabies and console when the tears come, time to teach about people, about the world, about the little things in growing up, time to cuddle for no reason except to express her love. On the other hand, the working mother has no time to do extra things. When the infant cries, she may, out of her own frustrations of the day, become impatient and scold him, demanding that he keep quiet. "I told you to be quiet!" she shouts. The infant doesn't even understand English yet. You can imagine this helpless child's feelings as he receives an emotional blast of anger and frustration directed toward his gentle form. Where is he to turn? He cannot find refuge even in his mother's arms. What will the next generation be like if all the children are raised under such circumstances? Will it be strong and self-assured? Will it radiate kindness to others, never having had kindness given to it? Will it be patient and understanding? No. It is a proven fact that most of the people in prison were neglected or beaten as children. It is also a proven fact that nearly all parents who mistreat their children were themselves mistreated by their parents. Unless mothers care for and love their children, society will inherit an entire generation of frustrated adults who were once frustrated children. These will later be the people who rule the world. Then what happens? They in turn raise their children in the same manner, for that is the only example of parenthood they have. They will think that neglect is natural, that children can get along on their own from an early age or be raised by a governess or nurse or at a day-care center. It's a circle: a childhood of neglect produces a bitter adult life; a childhood of love and trust produces a loving and happy adult life.
Just as the two world wars took women out of the home, so did another recent change affect mankind. When the automobile came, people forgot about breeding. The automobile did one terrible thing: it made people forget how to breed and how to take care of one another. When people had horses, horses were a part of the family. People had to care for their horses and in the process learned to care for one another. People also had to breed their horses, and in that process learned about the value of intelligent breeding. In those days, you often heard of the "well-bred" person. You don't hear of the well-bred person anymore. People no longer consider that humans, too, are involved in the natural process of breeding. They have become forgetful of these important laws, and this has led to lack of discipline, to bodies indiscriminately creating more bodies. Who is living in them nobody quite knows. That's what we, as a society, forgot when the automobile replaced the horse. When you had a horse, you had to feed it, you had to train it, curry it, stable it and breed it. In breeding it, you had to choose a stud for your mare or find a suitable mare for your stallion. The qualities on both sides were closely observed, and the combination of genetics consciously planned. It was, therefore, natural for people in those days to seek proper mates for their children, and the results were the vital, creative and industrious children of the children. As a civilization, we are slowly forgetting such things, being more careless about our children's future, about their lives and minds.
Well, what's more important than the child? He needs 24-hour-a-day care. He is learning to walk, to speak, to think. He falls down and needs consoling. He catches the flu and needs to be nursed back to health. It is the mother's duty to provide that care. No one else is going to do it for her. No one else can do it for her. She brought that child into the world, and she must prepare that child for a positive and rewarding life. If the farmer neglects his animals, he creates a karma. The animals suffer. The farm suffers. The community suffers when the farm fails, and the man himself suffers. There is a grave karma, too, for the woman who neglects her stri dharma, who goes out into the world and does not nurture the physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual needs of her children. She knows this within herself, but she may be influenced by ill-advised people, or by a mass movement that tells her that she has only one life to live and that she cannot find fulfillment in the home but must express herself, venture out, seek her own path, her own fortune. You have all heard these ideas. I tell you that they are wrong. They spell the disillusionment of the mother who heeds them, then the disintegration of the family that is sacrificed by her absence. Finally, they result in her own unhappiness as she despairs at the loss suffered by her family and herself.
The situation I have just described is one of the main reasons that marriages today have become less stable, that so many married couples--sixty to seventy percent, I'm told--are experiencing difficulties and breaking up. People never get married with the intent of breaking up. Never. The forces do it. You put two magnets together one way and they attract one another. Turn one around, and they repel each other. The same force that brought the people together, when it is not handled right, makes them pull apart and hate each other. They can't see eye to eye. Then to make up, they go out to dinner to talk it over--in another frustrating asuric situation, as far out in the world as they can get--to try to make up. When that doesn't help, they come home, still frustrated. If they went to the nearby temple and worshiped the Deity together, that would help. They would return home in a different state of mind, and discover that their vibration had changed. Why does it help to go to the temple? Because the Deity is in the temple. The Deity is there to adjust the forces of the inner nerve system, to actually change the forces of mind and emotion.
The Christian-Judaic-Islamic idea of a one life, that "you have to get everything out of this life because when you're gone, you're gone, so grab all the gusto that you can out of life" has given the modern Western woman the idea that she is not getting what she should, by being a woman, and therefore the world looks doubly attractive because she is just passing through and will never come back and doesn't want to miss anything. So, living a man's life is very, very attractive. She doesn't want to stay home all the time and not see anything, not meet anybody, go through the boredom of raising a family, taking care of the children. She wants to be out with life, functioning in a man's world because she is told that she is missing something. Therefore, you can understand her desire to get out and work, start seeing and experiencing life and mixing with people, meeting new people. The Hindu woman does not look at life like that. The Hindu woman knows that she was born in a woman's body--this soul has taken an incarnation for a time in a woman's body--to perform a dharma, to perform a duty for the evolution of the soul. The duty is to be a mother to her children, wife to her husband, to strengthen the home and the family, which are the linchpin of society. She knows that the rewards are greater for her in the home. She knows that all she is missing is a man's strenuous work and responsibility, that her stri dharma is equally as great as a man's purusha dharma, even though they are quite different by nature. Because she knows these things, she fulfills her dharma joyously.
anger
Keep the mind always in balance, in tune. Close the eyes. Dive deep into the divine source. Feel God's presence. Repeat His name and remember Him at all times. You will gain immense spiritual strength. Meditate early in the morning, before you mix with people. Then rise above the thousand and one things which might irritate you in your daily life. Then only you will live in harmony and concord. Then only you will turn out wonderful work.
[Gurudeva] : .....Anger, I have observed, is the most difficult fault for people
rage. Some people are just angry all the time because they live in the
Jealousy
Man sees his own reflection in all people but foolishly imagines that they are different from him and he fights with them. He fights on account of feelings of jealousy and hatred.
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Rules to follow to be happy
Don't be sad, people find it hard not to see smiling faces.
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Day11027
Noon: I received the [Vegetarian Starter Kit] from [People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals]
Why not a [People for the Ethical Treatment of Souls]
Walter Kretz
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People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
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People for the Ethical Treatment of Souls
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something similar to [People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals]
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Days2002February
Malaysian Prime Minister Dato Seri Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad : "If today Islam is perceived to be a religion of backward, violent and irrational people, it is not because of Islam itself as a faith and way of life. It is because Muslims have deviated from the fundamentals of Islam, have abused the teachings in order to justify their personal greed and ambition."
Lao Tzu
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Hippocrates
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Peter Principle
"people are promoted until they reach a job at their level of incompetence."
The Soul of Money
"Most people sell their souls and live with a good conscience on the proceeds." ~ Logan Pearsall Smith
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Nationalist
[Osho] : IF you are born Mohammedan, you have to disappear as a born Mohammedan. If you are a born Hindu, you have to disappear as a born Hindu. You have to find your natural qualities- because only nature grows. Birth is accidental, birth determines nothing. It was coincidence that you were born in a home where people were Hindus - it is as much a coincidence as if they belonged to a particular political party. If your parents were Catholics you need not to be a catholic. You have to search for your own path; each one has to search for his own path.
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Three visions for India
"I have three visions for India. In 3000 years of our history people
"Rich people's dogs are walked on the streets to leave their affluent
droppings all over the place," he said. "And then the same people turn
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Art of Living
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Respect
You can try to model the people that you admire.
"Thank those who do not respect you. They have given you freedom. When people respect you, they often take away your freedom. They expect you to smile at them, recognize them and behave in certain way with them. If they do not respect you, you are not obliged to answer their questions and you can drop all formalities. You will be naturally smiling or frowning. Either way you will be complete.
"When people love and respect you, you are obliged to return their courtesies because you do not want to hurt them. But when they do not respect or love you, they will not be hurt by your actions and words, so they set you free.
Heaven and Hell
They entered a room where a group of people sat around a huge pot of stew. Everyone was famished, desperate and starving. Each held a spoon that reached the pot, but each spoon had a handle so much longer than their own arm that it could not be used to get the stew into their own mouths. Their suffering was terrible.
"Come ... now I will show you heaven," the Lord said after a while. They entered another room, identical to the first ... the pot of stew, the group of people, the same long-handled spoons. But there everyone was happy and well-nourished.
Tony DiCicco
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Daisaku Ikeda
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Mother Meera
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Mother Meera was born on December 26, 1960 in the village of Chandepalle in southern India. She soon showed herself to be an unusual child: by the age of three She would report "going to various lights." Her parents treated Her as an exceptional child and loved Her very much. Her family was not especially religious and She was not brought up in any tradition. Her real parents were the spiritual guides that She met in vision; it was from these that She received the love and help She needed. The state of samadhi was constant for Her. Under the auspices of Her uncle, Mr.Reddy, She lived for some time in Pondicherry where Her extraordinary presence attracted considerable attention. She married a German in 1982 and he stays with the Mother. She presently lives in Thalheim, a quiet village in Germany. Although She has not sought publicity, thousands of people from all over the world come to receive Her darshan, her silent bestowal of grace and light through Her gaze and touch. Mother Meera is worshipped as the Divine Mother in India.
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Swami Parthasarathy
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We Live By choice, Not by Chance.
KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA, February 25, 2002: Speaking to about 350 people at
Francois Gautier
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Oh, Poor India!
Poor India: The British made sure they fashioned a class of Indians who were brown in skin, but white in their thoughts. They were made up to dress British, eat British, think British and even dream British in their sleep. Today their descendants, the journalists of the English press, are thy worse enemies. They dress Western, eat Western, think Western and even dream Western in their sleep. What matters to them is not what might utter Indiaâs sages, avatars, gurus, wise men and yogis, who dress Indian, eat Indian, think Indian and even dream Indian, but what the western media, or Amnesty International will think about India. They are not interested at all by what the Bhagavad Gita, probably the worldâs most revelatory, most comprehensive, most relevant sacred book has to say, or how Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Indiaâs 21st century avatar, could help. No, they would rather turn to Gustave Thoreau, Marx or Jean-Paul Sartre, people who have even lost relevance in he West, for a solution to thy immense problems.
Poor India ! Thy journalists are indeed thy worst enemies: they have proved it again after the Sabamarti episode. Here you have fifty eight innocent people, thirty of them being women and children, who are savagely murdered in the most horrific manner, only because they are Hindus. They have killed nobody, whatever the rightfulness or wrongfulness of their cause, they have burnt nobody; they have insulted nobody. And yet, the whole grisly episode was turned against them: instead of being victims of the most horrendous premeditated murder, thy journalists made them responsible for their own deaths. Why ? Because they were "fanatics ", who want to build a temple dedicated to the most cherished of Hindu Gods, Ram, on a site which has been held sacred by Hindus for three thousand years ? What a terrible crime ! But Spanish Christians retook the Mosques which had been built by the invading Moors and reconverted them into churches. Turks too grabbed the beautiful Byzantine basilicas in Istanbul, erstwhile Constantinople and made them into mosques - and nobody today finds anything to say. But look how the Indian Media also keeps throwing the blame on the VHP which is "forcing" the temple issue and "provoking" Muslims. Then, when the rioting started and Hindu anger at the terrible manner in which their brothers and sisters were killed, was directed at Muslims, it became "communal rioting"; and of course, people like M.J. Akbar put the entire blame on Hindu "fundamentalism". Yet, it is the Hindus who have always been the target of Muslim killings, whether it is in Kashmir, Bangladesh, or Pakistan. But when they dare to hit back, they are labelled as "fanatics", forgetting that India has been a land of refuge for centuries, thanks to Hindu tolerance.
Poor India ! When a Graham Staines is burnt alive, all of Indiaâs English press goes overboard in condemning his killers, but when 58 Graham Staines are murdered, they keep silent. Why ? Whatâs wrong with Indian journalists ? This is plain common sense, logic, the most basic of human intelligence: people who kill in the name of God, can be called fundamentalists; people who ram planes full of innocent people on buildings full of other innocent people, should be called terrorists. But why should people who want to peacefully build a temple be also called fundamentalists ? Even those Hindus who brought down the Babri Masjid, after millions of temples were razed by Muslim invaders, did not kill a single soul in the process, whether it was right or wrong to do it . Yet, Islamâs vengeance, which planted bombs in the heart of Bombay, with the help of the ISI and the tacit backing of Saudi Arabia, and killed hundreds of innocent people, was acceptable to Indiaâs "secular" journalists and was also labelled as "communal rioting". Today, Star Newsâ anti-Hindu and pro-Muslim bias is so gross, that it should be laughed at. Unfortunately, it does damage by confusing Indiaâs middle and upper middle class, who are unsure of their moorings and on top of that, it gives India such a bad image in the eyes of the world.
Benjamin Franklin
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Chogyam Trungpa
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Seven
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Book : 7 habits of highly effective people
Russ Lipton
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Sudha Ragunathan
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Yoga
http://www.sivananda.org/teachings/yoga.htm : Although many people think this term refers to union between body and mind or body, mind and spirit, the traditional acceptance is union between the Jivatman and Paramatman that is between one's individual consciousness and the Universal Consciousness.
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
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Brian Carnell
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Victor Borge
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"[Laughter] is the shortest distance between two people."
Laughter
[Victor Borge] : "Laughter is the shortest distance between two people."
Carl Jung
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"If people can be educated to see the lowly side of their own
Plutarch
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Meister Eckhart
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Pam Alexander
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Vasant Lad
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Ceanne DeRohan
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Ken Burns
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A.D.Karve
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their people's lives. The method, described at "source" above, chars sugar
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Hasso Plattner
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* 2003 Feb 04 - [SAP denies Plattner wants to step down|http://www.infoconomy.com/pages/news-and-gossip/group74447.adp] : ...However, the SAP spokeswoman, referring to a German term for people growing tired of strenuous jobs, added: "Contrary to what everyone is saying, Hasso isn't Amtsmuede. He isn't retiring."...
Cindy Margolis
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Balakrishnan Matchap
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Bas Suijs
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Govindappa Venkataswamy
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Harriet Rubin
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Life in Perspective
country with the firm purpose of showing his son how poor people live. They
trip?" "It was great, Dad." "Did you see how poor people live?" the father
Manfred Baldas
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Sid Taylor
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Wisdom
It always pleased the Master to hear people recognize their ignorance.
Eugene P. Northrop
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Horace Greeley
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Unconditional Acceptance
people and document their reactions. I am a very friendly person and
share this need to heal people and be healed. In my own way I had
touched the people at McDonald's, my husband, son, instructor, and
Read this and learn how to LOVE PEOPLE AND USE THINGS - NOT LOVE
THINGS AND USE PEOPLE.
. An Angel wrote: Many people will walk in and out of your
Mina Reimer
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Brian Tracy
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All successful people, men and women, are big dreamers. They
Leonardo Da Vinci
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Hyde Flippo
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Norman Walker
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of the modern era. Thousands upon thousands of people credit
ailments common to people of advanced age.
Anil Dash
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Bruce Lee
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Henning Kagermann
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2005 March 09 - [Enemy at the Gates - Henning Kagermann, chief executive of SAP, talks to David Gow|http://money.guardian.co.uk/businessnews/story/0,1265,-1431002,00.html] : ...Henning Kagermann still looks like a physics professor, with his gray, curly hair, pensive, deep-set eyes behind old-fashioned, rimless glasses. He is, instead, an unusual chief executive with a disarming, self-deprecating humor, and he likes heavy metal and slips into concerts whenever he can. When he joined SAP in 1982 it employed 90 people and had revenues of DM24 million. Now it employs 33,000, turned over €7.5 billion last year when it had 26,000 customers in more than 120 countries...
In the Aug 10th, 2002 'The Economist' print edition, 'Young people should follow their bliss' - Correct ?
Werner Brandt
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Peter Zencke
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Poonjaji
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Richard Leider
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"People don't leave companies -- they leave leaders."
Sai Baba
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Michael Neff
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Ann Wells
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Joe Loffredo
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Bertram Trautmann
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Thomas Jefferson
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Thomas Huxley
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Vision Creates Great Leaders
crime". In the knowledge era, successful people will always
same divine blessings for doing good for the people. My
GDP growth of 9-11% annually and that the people
for the nation and the well being of our people. "Technology" is
food processing would bring prosperity to rural people and
life of the people. Similarly, in Tamil Nadu also we have seen
capable people because the mission triggers capability.
Ganesh Janakiraman
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George Herbert
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Severino Antinori
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Lin Yutang
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Nothing
"Heavens no. Laziness is mostly the vice of very active people."
Herman Hesse
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Alfred North Whitehead
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Ethan Diamond and [Iain Lamb] call their service [Oddpost]. It's a Web-based e-mail application that works as quickly and as easily as a desktop e-mail app, with an interface that "people would much rather sit in front of for hours than Yahoo or Hotmail," Diamond said.
Iain Lamb
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[Ethan Diamond] and Lamb call their service [Oddpost]. It's a Web-based e-mail application that works as quickly and as easily as a desktop e-mail app, with an interface that "people would much rather sit in front of for hours than Yahoo or Hotmail," Diamond said.
Oddpost
[Ethan Diamond] and [Iain Lamb] call their service [Oddpost]. It's a Web-based e-mail application that works as quickly and as easily as a desktop e-mail app, with an interface that "people would much rather sit in front of for hours than Yahoo or Hotmail," Diamond said.
Anne Frank
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In spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart. I simply can't build my hopes on a foundation of confusion, misery and death.
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http://www.ai.mit.edu/people/cgdemarc/cgdemarc.html
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hatch"). It is basically about motivating people to
needs to all the people managent skills that a common
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Dale Carnegie
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Book : How to win friends and influence people
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"We can do things that people haven't even
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persist in trying to set people right.
advice
[Hannah Whitall Smith] : The true secret of giving advice is, after you have honestly given it, to be perfectly indifferent whether it is taken or not and never persist in trying to set people right.
Thich Nhat Hanh
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It seemed the world was divided into good and bad people. The good ones slept better...while the bad ones seemed to enjoy the waking hours much more.
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Fourteen Precepts
Do not say untruthful things for the sake of personal interest of to impress people. Do not utter words that cause diversion and hatred. Do not spread news that you do not know to be certain. Do not criticize or condemn things you are not sure of. Always speak truthfully and constructively. Have the courage to speak out about situations of injustice, even when doing so may threaten your own safety.
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If hanging a man in effigy would produce the same salutary impression of terror upon the minds of the people, it would be folly or cruelty ever to hang a man in person.
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It's not very different than somebody came along to you and gave you a billion dollars. Most people's initial impulse is, "I'm going to share that with some other people that need it." It's the same thing if you get a really profound awakening experience. It's not, "Oh, I'm going to get away from the world," it's "Oh, somebody gave me a billion dollars. I'm going to go out and share it." And that's generally what happens with people who have that kind of realization. They are moved, in a very very profound way, to share the wealth. And that's what happens. "
Atal Behari Vajpayee
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Epicurus
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The people recognize themselves in their commodities; they find their soul in their automobile, hi-fi set, split-level home, kitchen equipment.
Food
[Gurudeva] : ...It is wise to have a free mind, a clear, serene and relaxed attitude toward life before partaking of food. That is why people on the inner path traditionally meditate for a moment, chant a mantra or say a prayer before a meal. A simple practice is to intone "Aum." This harmonizes the inner bodies with the external bodies and frees awareness from entangled areas. If you find yourself in a situation where you cannot chant Aum aloud, then chant it mentally. Take several seconds before
Mathukumalli Vidyasagar
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Vijai Shankar
[People] > Vijai Shankar
Oriana Fallaci
[People] > Oriana Fallaci
Mind
People come to me and they ask: "How to attain a peaceful mind?" I say to them: "There exists nothing like that: a peaceful mind. Never heard of it."
Pattinathaar
[People] > Pattinathaar
John Suler
[People] > John Suler
Enlightenment
# Go out in the street. If all you see is sleeping people, moving mechanically, and dreaming while they walk, and this happens permanently, score 1. If you only see normal people, going about their business, score 0.
Carl Bard
[People] > Carl Bard
Sri Chinmoy
[People] > Sri Chinmoy
Swami Chidananda
[People] > Swami Chidananda
Vimala Thakar
[People] > Vimala Thakar
Konrad Reinshagen
[People] > Konrad Reinshagen
Jyotsna Kamat
[People] > Jyotsna Kamat http://www.kamat.com/jyotsna/blog/
edward abbey
[People] > edward abbey
What is the true meaning of life?
Be with this question. I can tell you one thing, you are very fortunate that this question arises in your mind. One in a million people will get this question. It is a very sincere question. it means you have started your journey toward the light. You stopped just existing and started on to the beautiful path. Be with this question, and don’t be in such a hurry for a ready-made answer from somebody. Go deep into yourself and you will find out.”
Alan Cohen
[People] > Alan Cohen
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
[People] > Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
Leo Tolstoy
[People] > Leo Tolstoy
Wally Kuskoff
[People] > Wally Kuskoff
Léo Apotheker
[People] > Léo Apotheker
Shelley Powers
[People] > Shelley Powers
Death
[Osho] : (updated 2004 01 26) I had heard of other people's deaths, but only heard. I had not seen, and even if I had seen, they did not mean anything to me. Unless you love someone and he then dies, you cannot really encounter death. Let that be underlined: Death can only be encountered in the death of the loved one.
What is your goal in this life?
emotions? Is it to memorize a lot of things that different people have
Helen Rowland
[People] > Helen Rowland
Mark Paschal
[People] > Mark Paschal
Edsger Wybe Dijkstra
[People] > Edsger Wybe Dijkstra
Edward Tufte
[People] > Edward Tufte
Kunti
[People] > Kunti
Anita Bora
[People] > Anita Bora
Giving
people give and they give generously, up to the point where they feel,
do? He gives what he can, in devotion, little things, to make people
Wilhelm Zwerger
[People] > Wilhelm (Willi) Zwerger
Johanna Spyri
[People] > Johanna Spyri
Heidi
[People] > Heidi
Swami Krishnananda
[People] > Swami Krishnananda
Guru
Michael Murphy in a 'New Age' interview : We do need teachers, and there is such a thing as true authority - a person who really knows something. But the trouble is what they used to call in psychology "the halo-effect": a person's authority is overextended, and you get people going to, say, Einstein for political opinions - or to a guru on every matter. Independent judgement is a fairly rare quality among human beings. Part of being alive and growing and the whole art of living is to refine that independent judgement - to learn a kind of courage to stand up for one's inner voice and to be able to say when the emperor has no clothes.
[Ram Dass] in [Journey of Awakening] : Some people fear becoming involved with a teacher. They fear the possible impurities in the teacher, fear being exploited, used, or entrapped. In truth, we are only ever entrapped by our own desires and clingings. If you want only liberation, then all teachers will be useful vehicles for you. They cannot hurt you at all. If, on the other hand, you want power, a teacher may come along who talks about liberation but subtly attracts you by your desire for power. If you get caught and become a disciple of such a teacher, you may feel angry when this teacher turns out to be on a power trip, not leading you to enlightenment. But remember: at some level inside yourself, you already knew. Your attraction to this teacher was your desire for power. Your anger is nothing more than your anger toward yourself.
in the people industry."
mine, better people."
persons. Nowadays people seem concerned mostly with the perfectioning of
[People]
Eric Costello
[People] > Eric Costello
Phil Semmer
[People] > Phil Semmer
Development Coordinator
[People] > Development Coordinator
Karl Wiegers
[People] > Karl Wiegers
Arvind Swami
[People] > Arvind Swami
Thomas Merton
[People] > Thomas Merton
Stephen Swid
[People] > Stephen Swid
Greg Hanek
[People] > Greg Hanek
Ron Hornbaker
[People] > Ron Hornbaker
Karl Martino
[People] > Karl Martino
Bill McDermott
[People] > Bill McDermott
Swami Paramarthananda Saraswathi
[People] > Swami Paramarthananda Saraswathi
Phil Ringnalda
[People] > Phil Ringnalda
Ram Dass
[People] > Ram Dass
http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/living/people/4192173.htm
for me. Beauty and love pour out of him and the people associated with him."
In an interview Dass says, "Reincarnation applies to all people everywhere,
whether they accept if or not. There are people who want to use the name
Reincarnation
source : http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/living/people/4192173.htm
...In an interview Ram Dass says, "Reincarnation applies to all people everywhere, whether they accept if or not. There are people who want to use the name guru for me. When I hear that, I feel they just haven't seen a real one."...
Brad Choate
[People] > Brad Choate
Sant Kirpal Singh
[People] > Sant Kirpal Singh
Abdul Kareem
[People] > Abdul Kareem
Amalaki
Amalaki is a proven anti-viral, anti-tumor, and is even a potent anti-HIV herb due to putranjivain10. It raises the protein level in the body which is one way that it decreases obesity and helps the immune system defeat invasions of pathogens. It is excellent for children as it promotes growth and equally excellent for seniors as it inhibits aging mecanisms in the body. Since it removes excessive heat, air, and agitation in the body, and promotes coolness, clarity, and stability, it is well suited for people with fiery constitutions or aggravated and depleted conditions. Finally, because of its strong toning ability, it is useful in general debility and systemic rejuvenation. This incredible potent herb is recommended for all people.
Bill Kearney
[People] > Bill Kearney
KagaPujandar
[People] > KagaPujandar
Shashi Tharoor
[People] > Shashi Tharoor
Social Capital
http://www.cpn.org/sections/tools/models/social_capital.html : ...Social capital refers to those stocks of social trust, norms and networks that people can draw upon to solve common problems...
Lance Knobel
[People] > Lance Knobel
David Frawley
[People] > David Frawley
Ulrich Beck
[People] > Ulrich Beck is one of Germany's most important sociologists and
Somerset Maugham
[People] > Somerset Maugham
Justin Vincent
[People] > Justin Vincent
Michal Wallace
[People] > Michal Wallace
http://www.manifestation.com/ : ...I believe people can change in an instant. That doesn't mean we'll lose fifty pounds overnight, or suddenly find members of the opposite sex throwing themselves at our feet. But we can make decisions that move our lives in a new direction. The instant we make those decisions is the instant we change our lives...
PapaScott
[People] > PapaScott
garret p vreeland
[People] > garret p vreeland
Carmine Baffa
[People] > Carmine Baffa
20021118
ref : http://www.bruderhof.com/articles/Crowd.htm : ...Passing Gas in Public...If someone in public happens to pass gas loudly, people are so startled, it is as if it were the voice of a spirit. So intoxicated are we when we are a public...To be like the others is humankind's degeneration, the degradation to copies...
Soren Kierkegaard
[People] > Soren Kierkegaard
José Luis Encarnação
[People] > José Luis Encarnação
Sadhu Sundar Singh
[People] > Sadhu Sundar Singh
Jakob Boehme
[People] > Jakob Boehme
(via [A Warning to the West]) : ...When I returned from Europe, I began reading the writings of the German mystic Jakob Boehme and was attracted to him as soon as I had read the first two or three pages. This simple, uneducated shoemaker had an experience of God that has influenced millions of people. I may be wrong, but I am more and more convinced that simple people like Boehme have a pure intuition and grasp easily and readily the Master's profound spiritual truths. Educated people, especially those I met in the West, repress their native intuition and substitute in its place a kind of artificial rationalism. That is why the Master called simple fisherman as his disciples...
Susan Stepney
[People] > Susan Stepney
James Thurber
[People] > James Thurber
Janusz Korczak
[People] > Janusz Korczak
Malathi Rangarajan
[People] > Malathi Rangarajan
Our Most-Alive Times
http://www.bruderhof.com/articles/MostAliveTimes.htm : ...We must change, or die...Real transformation is the opposite of self-improvement...Simply put, rebirth is impossible for those who are in love with themselves in any way, and that goes for a "religious" person as much as anyone else. Confidence is one thing, of course, and no one can truly live or blossom without it. But the self-love of complacency - the sort that leads people to talk about how they are "saved" because they were "born again" (or how they are "enlightened" because they have "seen the light") - is quite another. In fact, it seems to me that those who claim such things are among the worst enemies of rebirth, if only because their smugness is often coupled with the assurance that the rest of the world is damned...
Dietrich Bonhoeffer
[People] > Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Jane Allen
[People] > Jane Allen
Sissela Bok
[People] > Sissela Bok
Friends
[People] > Friends
Subhuti Dharmananda
[People] > Subhuti Dharmananda
NR Narayana Murthy
[People] > NR Narayana Murthy
[NEEDED, A VALUE SYSTEM WHERE PEOPLE ACCEPT MODEST SACRIFICES FOR COMMON GOOD - Western Values And Eastern Challenges|http://lakshmir.blogspot.com/2002_11_03_lakshmir_archive.html#84236029]
I know people who work 12 hours a day, six days a week,
or more. Some people do so because of a work emergency where the long
hours are only temporary. Other people I know have put these hours for
seen people work Tuesday through Friday to correct mistakes made after 5
Another problem is that people who are in the office
people (who aren't working as hard); they are irritable, or cranky, or even angry. Other people avoid them. Such behavior poses problems, where work goes
much better when people work together instead of avoiding one another.
As Managers, there are things we can do to help people
ourselves. I work with a manager who chides people for working long hours. His
e-mails with a time-stamp of 2 AM, Sunday. Second is to encourage people to put
people were visiting the apartment, he would not fall asleep no matter how
Perhaps some people put in such long hours because they don't want to miss
Eberhard Arnold
[People] > Eberhard Arnold
[Eberhard's Last Struggle (Total Love)|http://www.bruderhof.com/articles/TotalLove.htm] : ...He said to me, "When you get home, ask each one, 'Why do you love Christ?'"...In 1917 I saw a horse collapse in the street: the driver was knocked aside by the crowd that instantly gathered around it, and people rushed to cut chunks of meat from the still-warm body to bring home to their families...
Christianity
...we soon came to feel that Jesus' way must be a practical one: he had shown us a way of life that was comprised of more than a concern for the soul. It was a way that simply said, "If you have two coats, give one to him who has none. Give food to the hungry, and do not turn away your neighbor when he needs to borrow from you. When you are asked for an hour's work, give two. Strive for justice. If you wish to found a family, see that all others who want to found a family are able to do so, too. If you wish for education, work, and satisfying activity, make these possible for other people as well. If you claim that it is your duty to care for your health, then accept this duty on behalf of others too. Treat people in the same way that you would like to be treated by them. That is the wisdom of the law and the prophets. Finally, enter through this narrow gate, for it is the way that leads
Evan Williams
[People] > Evan Williams http://www.evhead.com
Divorce
To my mind, divorce is a deplorable breach of contract, and I say without humor that children should be allowed to sue. Consider the facts: Two people agree to create a human being and promise to give it love, a home, security, and happiness. They take this step with the best of intentions, to be sure, but then something goes awry. They find they really hate each other or for some other reason cannot live together. But in separating, they put themselves first and forget about the contract they have with their child. I do not believe, as you often hear soon-to-be-divorced parents say, that the separation will be "best for the child." My experience has taught me better.
With divorce so common these days, mine is not a popular position. Some - usually divorced people with children - accuse me of being selfish. But it's not just me. Someday they will hear it from their own children. A lost childhood cannot be recaptured.
Ramsey Clark
[People] > Ramsey Clark
[Neighbourhood Bully - Ramsey Clark On American Militarism|http://www.thesunmagazine.org/bully.html] : ...When I picture a high-ranking government official, I think of someone who is corrupt. I think of a corporate shill. I think of someone who is not a friend to the people of this country. I think of Lord Acton's famous line about power corrupting, and absolute power corrupting absolutely. I think of the disdain with which so many Americans have viewed so many of their leaders for so many years.
Ralph Parlette
[People] > Ralph Parlette
The University of Hard Knocks
MORE than a million people have sat in audiences in all parts of
sorting people--How we hold our places, go down, go up--Good luck
notices--You cannot uplift people with derrick--No laws can
equalize--Help people to help themselves--We cannot get things till
people--A glimpse of Gunsaulus
There are two kinds of people--wise people and fools. The fools are
the people who think they have graduated.
It is so hard to tell young people anything. They know better. So
brave minority of thinking, self-sacrificing people that decides
People are like sheep. The shepherd can lead them to heaven--or to
How the old devil works day and night to keep people amused and
it in glass cases. Many people admired it and said, "Isn't that
I discover when I am unhappy and selfish and people don't use me
forget it, and I do not want these young people to live thirty
In other words, all the people of the world are in the great barrel
barrel of life. It is sending small people down and great people
I hear a good deal about destiny. Some people seem to think destiny
So you young people should keep in mind that you will shake into
of people working for me, I would have a jar in my office filled
people shake up and the unlucky people shake down. That is, the
lucky people grow great and the unlucky people shrivel and rattle.
So everywhere you look you see the barrel sorting people according
So books could be filled with just such stories of how people have
about. There the real people do not often ask us, "On what branch
We young people come up into life wanting great places. I would not
It is dangerous to overboost people, for the higher you boost them
We must read people, not press-notices.
cannot help many people, for there are not many people willing to
"helped." Every day as they laid him at the gate people would pass
Fix the People, Not the Barrel
cannot fix the barrel. You can only fix the people inside the
other people? He wants something for nothing.
Finding the Great People
do not know all the great people who may come and stand upon this
to make a roster of the great people of a community. You will find
The great people of the community serve and sacrifice for a better
The great people are so busy serving that they have little time to
He had broken away from Chicago to have a vacation. Many people
went to see people who were doing things. He went to see people who
his vacation. He was busy about other people's business. He did not
everybody else? He wears himself out for other people until he
As long as the nation was young and growing--as long as the people were
came from the struggle. When the people became materially prosperous
Then they fell a prey to younger, hardier peoples.
the community. People forgot all about Bill's lowly origin. They
After that a good many people said it was the college that made a
people liberally educated who cannot write their own names. But
graduates"--people who have never been to college nor have studied
one round of joy, and I ought to pay people for the privilege of
The people who think they are overworking are merely overworrying.
for these places keep just what the people want to buy. What a lot
to follow his nose around. Other people generally lead his nose.
jam of people, most of them imitations--most of them trying to look
The town the young people leave is the town the young people ought
to leave. Somebody says, "The reason so many young people go to
people in this institution and only a score of guards to keep them
in. Aren't you in danger? What is to hinder these insane people
"Many people say that. But they don't understand. If these people
So the home towns stagnate and the young people with visions go
promising place for the young people. No home town can afford to
spend its years raising crops of young people for the cities. That
schools offering encouragement and facilities for young people to
you may remember that at the county fair all the people sort out to
their own departments. Some people go to the canned fruit
people like me, naturally bright.
I grew older and people began to notice that I was naturally bright
always goes out of the pockets of the people who can least afford
So many young people think because they have a good voice and they have
songs the people want to sing?"
for a little while. I know there are people in this audience in pain.
And you young people here with lives like June mornings, are not
old back-country "last day of school exhibition"? The people that
A class of brilliant and gifted young people went out to take
young people in that picture. They had been shaken these years in
on trading knives and getting the better of people. Now, twenty-one
why some people had all the good things and I had all the hard things.
The little Mississippi starts south. He says to the people,
As long as people keep on going south, they keep on living. When
retire. Even young people as they start south and make some little
become good servants, workmen or artists. The young people get a
the people on the platform who were contented with their offerings,
Some people seem to string out to near a hundred years with mighty
few birthdays. Some people spin up to Methuselahs in a few years.
Mr. Edison invented into the meeting at Lakeside, Ohio. The people
But the people said, "Mr. Edison has succeeded." There was one man
south. A million people would have stopped there and said, "I have
rights with other people who would have gone on south with the
enthusiastic than ever. The people say, "Isn't Moses dead?" "No."
I think I hold a gallon now. And I see people in the audience who
today it is such a relief to look people in the face and say,
think if people in an audience only knew how little I know, they
I hear people saying, "I hope the time may speedily come when I
They block the wheels of progress and get in the way of the people
trying to go on south. They say of the people trying to do things.
along such a heart full of the injuries that other people have done
does not bless you very much? Have you sadly noted that the people
if we are not praised or thanked for it, if people do not present
so many disappointed and disgruntled people in the world. They worked
other people to make them lazy, selfish and unhappy.
climates, produce the weakest peoples? Do you note that the
Do you note that people grow more in lean years than in fat years?
blessings in disguise. People go to the devil with full pockets;
must be falling down there. The people must be saying, "The sun
people were saying, "The sun doesn't shine." But it was not night
"It is a great big boost for everybody who will read it. People
Journalist
From [The Crowd] : ...Journalists are animal-keepers who provide something for the public to talk about. In ancient days people were cast to the wild animals. Now the public devours the people - those tastefully prepared by the journalists...
Johann Christoph Arnold
[People] > Johann Christoph Arnold
Justice
From [God's Justice] : ...When you see wicked people living in lust and happiness while godly ones live in poverty and pain, let your trust in God be great and humble. Who are you, that you should have the impudence to know the ways of the All-wise One, or search the paths of the Incomprehensible? It is enough that you know what is required for your own righteousness. So be silent before God's righteousness, which is far beyond your grasp...
Sono
[People] > Sono
Fyodor Dostoevsky
[People] > Fyodor Dostoevsky
Guru Nanak
[People] > Guru Nanak
David Sifry
[People] > David Sifry
Jeru Kabbal
[People] > Jeru Kabbal is a living mentor and spiritual friend who can guide you to ultimate clarity - even in todays confusing world
John Wood
[People] > John Wood
Mata Amritanandamayi
[People] > Mata Amritanandamayi ( http://www.ammachi.org/ ) also known as Ammachi
Oscar Romero
[People] > Oscar Romero ( http://salt.claretianpubs.org/romero/rindex.html )
Og Mandino
[People] > Og Mandino ( http://www.ogmandino.com/ )
Andrei Tarkovsky
[People] > Andrei Tarkovsky
Rheinmuenster
http://www.rheinmuenster.de/ : ...The people of Greffern have always operated a ferry service between their town and Drusenheim on the left bank of the river: a pontoon bridge was erected in 1875, followed by the motor ferry "Drusus", which has been providing a free ferry service since 1977...
Andre Gide
[People] > Andre Gide
Marc Benioff
[People] > Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO of salesforce.com
Jim Loehr
[People] > Jim Loehr is a sports psychologist and chairman and CEO of Orlando-based LGE Performance Systems
Diogenes
[People] > Diogenes
James Michener
[People] > James Michener
Ajay Puri
[People] > Ajay Puri ( http://www.microsoftkid.com/ )
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
[People] > Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi (http://www.ccp.uchicago.edu/faculty/Mihaly_Csikszentmihalyi/html/ )
Alan Alda
[People] > Alan Alda
Jon Stevens
[People] > Jon Stevens ( http://jakarta.apache.org/site/jon.html )
...His personality rubs well with some people and doesn't with others. That is life, get used to it...
Deanna Latson
[People] > Deanna Latson
Friedrich Zuendel
[People] > Friedrich Zuendel
Lao Tsu
[People] > Lao Tsu
Index2002
Brave Buffalo, Brule Sioux Nation (1985) : ...The Earth People (indigenous natives) never wrote anything down, had no written language. They knew that if they wrote anything down it would be disastrous. If you write something down you don't have to remember it. And mind goes off into unconsciousness. It becomes negative, or unconscious force...
![People] , [Pearls]
Kiruba Shankar
[People] > Kiruba Shankar
Dietmar Hopp
[People] > Dietmar Hopp
Interview
https://ryanholiday.net/heres-the-technique-that-ambitious-people-use-to-get-what-they-want/
when Interviewer says >>> do you have any questions for me >>> "The last 5 people who've held this position - where are they now?"
Hands-down the best question I've ever heard. I wish I could remember the source so I could attribute. Of course, if it's a new company/role, there may not be five people. But you get the point. I've now asked it myself a number of times and it impresses the heck outta the interviewer as it's almost always a stumper.
From my perspective, nothing is more important than this info, because it tells you where the role leads. I want to know if the last few people got promoted, were fired, changed departments, went back to school, or slept with the boss' spouse.
Philip Yancey
[People] > Philip Yancey is editor at large of Christianity Today and cochair of the editorial board for Books and Culture. His books include Reaching for the Invisible God (2000), The Bible Jesus Read (1999), What's So Amazing About Grace? (1998), The Jesus I Never Knew (1995), Where is God When It Hurts (1990), and many others.
Kevin Yank
[People] > Kevin Yank ( http://www.webmasterbase.com/article/228 )
Don Weaver
[People] > Don Weaver
Juge Ram
[People] > Juge Ram
Jean Rostand
[People] > Jean Rostand
B. K. S. Iyengar
[People] > B. K. S. Iyengar
Dag Hammerskjold
[People] > Dag Hammerskjold
Respect All Adore One
spiritual instructions of one man only. If you go to several people
Paul Purdue
[People] > Paul Purdue is Owner / CEO of [iFulfill]
Iris Murdoch
[People] > Iris Murdoch ( http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/imurdoch.htm ) [via Sathish|http://sathishr.blogspot.com/2002_12_01_sathishr_archive.html#85831003]
Caroline Myss
[People] > Caroline Myss ( http://www.myss.com ) - (via [Dave Winer])
Mission : Our vision is to develop Myss.com as a primary Internet gateway for people seeking holistic methods for achieving good health. The mission, as we've currently articulated it, is to facilitate a lively interactive Internet community through which people can: learn about holistic, energy and intuitive medicine, spiritual direction, including my philosophy and those of other professionals; buy education resources and health aids that help people heal themselves; and contribute to the development of the field.
Sacred Contract
http://www.myss.com/sacredcontracts.asp : ...I believe that each of us is guided by a Sacred Contract that our soul made before we were born. That Contract contains a wide range of agreements regarding all that we are intended to learn in this life. It comprises not merely what kind of work we do but also our key relationships with the people who are to help us learn the lessons we have agreed to work on. Each of those relationships represents an individual Contract that is part of your overall Sacred Contract, and may require you to be in a certain place at a certain time to be with that person...
Ken Hirsch
[People] > Ken Hirsch
Leslie Harpold
[People] > Leslie Harpold ( http://leslie.harpold.com/ )
Cynthia Cooper
[People] > Cynthia Cooper
Coleen Rowley
[People] > Coleen Rowley
Sherron Watkins
[People] > Sherron Watkins
Innovation
If you want to fill your company with great ideas, fill it with great people. And that, according to Stanford professor Robert Sutton, means welcoming weird people. Here are 5 1/2 ways to do it.
If you want to fill your company with great ideas, fill it with great people. And that, according to Stanford professor Robert Sutton, means welcoming weird people. Here are 5 1/2 ways to do it.
Weird Idea #1. Hire slow learners of the organizational code. Specifically, hire people with a special kind of stupidity or stubbornness -- who avoid, ignore, or reject how things are "supposed to be done around here." Surround those slow learners with fast learners who understand how to promote their creative ideas.
Weird Idea #1 1/2. Hire people who make you uncomfortable -- even those whom you dislike. Once you've hired people who prompt discomfort, take extra care to listen to their ideas.
Weird Idea #2. Hire people whom you ( probably ) don't need. Interview and occasionally hire interesting or strange people with skills that your company doesn't need at the moment -- and might never need. Then ask them how they can help you. You might be surprised.
Weird Idea #4. Encourage people to ignore superiors and peers. Hire defiant outsiders. Rather than teaching newcomers about company history or procedure, have the newcomers teach the old-timers how to think and act. Encourage people to drive you crazy by doing what they think is right rather than what they are told.
Weird Idea #5. Find happy people, and let them fight. If you want innovation, you need upbeat people who know the right way to battle. Avoid conflict during the earliest stages of the creative process, but encourage people to fight over ideas in the intermediate stages.
Reverend Jim
[People] > Reverend Jim http://revjim.net/
Mark Irons
[People] > Mark Irons ( http://www.rdrop.com/~half/index.html )
Theosophist
It is easy to become a Theosophist. Any person of average intellectual capacities, and a leaning toward the metaphysical; of pure, unselfish life, who finds more joy in helping his neighbour than in receiving help himself; one who is every ready to sacrifice his own pleasures for the sake of other people; and who loves Truth, Goodness and Wisdom for their own sake, not for the benefit they may confer- is a Theosophist.
H. P. Blavatsky
[People] > H. P. Blavatsky
Radha Burnier
[People] > Mrs. Radha Burnier
Kishore Balakrishnan 2002
I listen to [music], watch [movies], believe in [dreams], collect [Pearls], read [quotations], [articles], [books], collect [Links] and come across interesting [People] on the web and hope to meet all of them some day.
Katinka Hesselink
[People] > Katinka Hesselink ( http://www.katinkahesselink.net/index.htm )
Inertia
difficult to fight is inertia—people being satisfied where they
people who are not living up to the virtues that they are preaching.
But perhaps those people are not suffering from the worst sin of all
The Goal of Human Life
[RAQ] > The Goal of Human Life is self-realization, or God realization, but the scientists do not know that. Modern society is presently led by blind and foolish men. The so-called technologists, scientists, and philosophers do not know the real aim of life. And the people themselves are blind as well; so we have a situation in which the blind are leading the blind. If a blind man tries to lead another blind man, what type of results can we expect?
Ajamila
[People] > Ajamila
Graham Hancock
[People] > Graham Hancock
Paul Saffo
[People] > Paul Saffo ( http://www.saffo.org/ )
Jon Udell
[People] > Jon Udell
[To be Continued|http://weblog.infoworld.com/udell/2006/12/15.html] : ..I'll keep on doing it so long as we all find it worthwhile, but I also aim to connect with a lot of people on the trailing edge, many of whom have yet to subscribe to an RSS feed, publish a professionally-oriented blog, or compose a new service by stitching URLs together..
Tim O'Reilly
[People] > Tim O'Reilly
Elusive Happiness
[People] > Elusive Happiness
Sebastien Paquet
[People] > Sébastien Paquet http://radio.weblogs.com/0110772/
Etc
Some people are hard to forget - they simply can take a day
certain people are a joy to know
some people can take an ordinary day - tie a ribbon of happiness around it and make it a gift for all who pass their way
Jeremy Zawodny
[People] > Jeremy Zawodny http://jeremy.zawodny.com/blog/
James Thornton
[People] > James Thornton
Ben Hammersley
[People] > Ben Hammersley
Ned Batchelder
[People] > Ned Batchelder http://www.nedbatchelder.com/blog/
Meg Hourihan
[People] > Meg Hourihan http://www.megnut.com/
Jim Speth
[People] > Jim Speth
Kalpana Chawla
[People] > Kalpana Chawla
20030126
[His Holiness Sri Muralidhara Swamiji on National Integration|http://www.madhuramurali.org/swamigal/essay/ji_republicday2003.html] : ..."What do all people speak of today?
Secret of Living
people mistake the cravings of the palate for hunger. Perhaps hunger
Kaushik Banerjee
[People] > Kaushik Banerjee http://www.kaush.com/
Ranjani Sathish
[People] > Ranjani Sathish http://sathishr.blogspot.com/
Arun Gandhi
[People] > Arun Gandhi
Michael Bauer
[People] > Michael Bauer
Mark Bernstein
[People] > Mark Bernstein http://markbernstein.org/index.html
Nilesh Chaudhari
[People] > Nilesh Chaudhari http://nilesh.org/weblog/
David Stutz
[People] > David Stutz http://www.synthesist.net/
Victor Stone
[People] > Victor Stone
Index200301
Brave Buffalo, Brule Sioux Nation (1985) : ...The Earth People (indigenous natives) never wrote anything down, had no written language. They knew that if they wrote anything down it would be disastrous. If you write something down you don't have to remember it. And mind goes off into unconsciousness. It becomes negative, or unconscious force...
Googlert
You can use Googlert to automatically keep track of anything on the web. Many people use Googlert to keep track of what the web is saying about them, their interests or any projects they are involved in.
Ovidiu Predescu
[People]/[Google] > Ovidiu Predescu
Vannevar Bush
[People] > Vannevar Bush
Paul Cabana
[People] > Paul Cabana
Masaaki Imai
[People] > Masaaki Imai
Phillip Mcgraw
[People] > Phillip Mcgraw http://www.drphil.com
Nishkam Gupta
[People] > Nishkam Gupta
Frank Morales
[People] > Frank Morales http://www.dharmacentral.com/aboutfm.htm
Vallalar
[People] > Vallalar http://www.vallalar.org
Dina Mehta
[People] > Dina Mehta http://radio.weblogs.com/0121664/
Ekambara Sastrigal
[People] > Ekambara Sastrigal
Hindu Temples in Singapore
# 2005-07-31 - Is there any Singapore map with stars denoting the temples ? It will be easy for people to know what temples are close by...
Marc Gafni
[People] > Marc Gafni
Auvaiyar
[People] > Auvaiyar
Selfish
himself; otherwise he would have killed one or two people then and there.
"In the village just before this village, people came with sweets and fruits. And we
Buddha said -- and remember it -- he said: "What those people were saying has not
people, you are enlightened yourself.
Eknath Easwaran
[People] > Eknath Easwaran
Kagabujandar
[People] > Kagabujandar
Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov
[People] > Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov - A 'Master of the Great White Brotherhood'.
Tantra
[The Magick Path of Tantra|http://www.shivashakti.com/magick.htm] : ...The spark of Tantra was ignited in India but was exported and burst into flame in other countries. Although Tantra had a firm spiritual basis, it was not so much a religion as a way of life.....Tantra lore maintains that only enlightenment, attained by meditation or breath control, culminating in Self Realisation could end rebirth and bring about reunion of the Spirit with the Supreme Spirit of the Cosmos -the Purusha (Cosmic Spirit).....The Tantrik Nath or Kaula way of life is based on the profound knowledge that men and women are not machines, animals or robots. They are not pawns in a cosmic game nor must they accept the face value of the cards dealt out by the "Dealer". For most, the general program of their lives is a routine they must accept and most of it is easily predictable. Too many people are resigned to this and when some event bursts in their face or shatters the roundabout routine, very few are prepared to manipulate the event or have the thinking ability to control it. As the routine, and life in general, becomes more complicated, the "Think Power" diminishes. They become, more and more, one of the crowd and willing to be carried on the wavecrests of convention and corruption. They become the people who vote in haste and repent at leisure. The future well being and welfare of human society is much in our own hands on both material and spiritual levels.....the Nath Tantriks value the development of the three super-psychic faculties of [insight], [intuition] and [imagination]...
Cosmopolitan
The Magick Path of [Tantra] : ...I have, in fact, always though of myself as a cosmopolitan and not limited by any ideas and not part of the social, political or intellectual world. The world is my city; the cosmos my land. The word cosmopolitan was first used by Diogenes, the naked Greek Cynic philosopher about 400 B.C. When will the human race grow up to recognise that there are many people who are not nationalists and want to be free of labels and locations? Why, in this modern day and age is it expected that all humans should grow up and conform to the patterns and ideas of the country and zone into which they are born? We are really still a long way from being a civilised and advanced culture...
Dattatreya
[People] > Dattatreya
Mencius
[People] > Mencius
Frederick Buechner
[People] > Frederick Buechner
Nathaniel Branden
[People] > Nathaniel Branden
Dalai Lama
[People] > Dalai Lama
George Leonard
[People] > George Leonard
Alice Stockham
[People] > Alice Stockham
Andrew Cohen
[People] > Andrew Cohen
20030618
[NeoIT] advises companies on how to relocate outside the US a wide range of their IT tasks, from network management to transaction processing. Last year, NeoIT’s fees were 275 million dollars. This year, it surpassed that figure in less than three months. Obviously this is not good news for IT employment. Research company Forrester estimates that 3.3 million service-sector jobs will leave the US for India, Russia, China and the Philippines over the dozen of so years. Associations representing software engineers and the like are angry but at least one industry watcher believes that companies have panicked because of the economy and that all but routine software jobs will return to the US. "Companies aren't thinking through whether long term this is going to be a viable business strategy. It's not easy communicating and coordinating with people of other cultures and other places," University of Southern California business school Professor Ravi Kumar opined to the San Francisco Chronicle.
John Markoff
[People] > John Markoff
Gopi Krishna
[People] > Gopi Krishna http://www.ecomall.com/gopikrishna/
Suki Sivam
[People] > Suki Sivam
19830623
addresses into names that were easy for people to use and remember.
Georg Feuerstein
[People] > Georg Feuerstein Ph.D., founder-director of the Yoga Research and Education Center (YREC), is internationally known for his many interpretative studies of the Yoga tradition.
Dadaji
[People]/[Guru] > Dadaji
Tim Bray
[People] > Tim Bray
Paul Hauck
[People] > Dr Paul Hauck
Swami Subramaniam
[People] > Swami Subramaniam
Asit Chandmal
[People] > Asit Chandmal
[uppercrustindia.com : Asit Chandmal|http://www.uppercrustindia.com/13crust/thirteen/people1.htm]
Yurik Sarkissyan
[People] > Yurik Sarkissyan
Jorn Barger
[People] > Jorn Barger
Dr. Jamuna
[People] > Dr. Jamuna
Rudolf Breuss
[People] > Rudolf Breuss
Thomas Moore
[People] > Thomas Moore
Dharini Sridharan
[People] > Dharini Sridharan
Thank You for Being Such a Pain
[Thank You for Being Such a Pain: Spiritual Guidance for Dealing With Difficult People by Mark I. Rosen|http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0609804146/carnaticcom]
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0609804146/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/0609804146.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="Thank You for Being Such a Pain: Spiritual Guidance for Dealing With Difficult People by Mark I. Rosen" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a>
Options for Dealing with Difficult People :
Lakshmi Thathachar
[People] > Prof M A Lakshmi Thathachar
Dmitry Skorniakov
[People] > Dmitry Skorniakov
Anuradha Bakhshi
[People] > Anuradha Bakhshi
Sun
[Sun Honors Six with 'Fellow'|http://siliconvalley.internet.com/news/article.php/2106551] : ....."Innovation is only partly about technology. The bigger part is the people who have the insights, make the connections, and spur each other to new heights," said Sun CTO Greg Papadopoulos. "It has always been the people of Sun that produce not just big ideas but big results. This is an elite group of experts in their fields who understand how to create and apply technology to provide real-life solutions to our customers worldwide as networks grow more complex.".....
Masanobu Fukuoka
[People] > Masanobu Fukuoka, Sensei of Natural Farming
Takao Furuno
[People] > Takao Furuno
Software Project Management
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0932633439/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/0932633439.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="Peopleware : Productive Projects and Teams, 2nd Ed." hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a> by Tom Demarco, Timothy Lister, Timothy R. Lister
Andrew Grumet
[People] > Andrew Grumet
Cameron Marlow
[People] > Cameron Marlow
Dawn Mikulich
[People] > Dawn M. Mikulich
Jonathon Delacour
[People] > Jonathon Delacour
Michael Moncur
[People] > Michael Moncur
Michael Yoon
[People] > Michael Yoon
Ole Eichhorn
[People] > Ole Eichhorn
Lincoln Stein
[People] > Lincoln Stein
Chanakya
[People] > Chanakya
Russell Crowe
[People] > Russell Crowe
Change
difficult to fight is inertia-people being satisfied where they
people who are not living up to the virtues that they are preaching.
But perhaps those people are not suffering from the worst sin of all
Murasoli Maran
[People] > Murasoli Maran
Kishore Natarajan
[People] > Kishore Natarajan
Jeff Sandquist
[People] > Jeff Sandquist
Kiran Jonnalagadda
[People] > Kiran Jonnalagadda http://jace.seacrow.com/
Tom Butler-Bowdon
[People] > Tom Butler-Bowdon
Anni Layne
[People] > Anni Layne
Michael Oliphant
[People] > Michael Oliphant
Geshe Michael Roach
[People] > Geshe Michael Roach
Martin Gray
[People] > Martin Gray
Salvatore Carecci
[People] > Salvatore Carecci
Joe Simonetta
[People] > Joe Simonetta
Fritjof Capra
[People] > Fritjof Capra
Nick Denton
[People] > Nick Denton
Bill Gates
[People] > Bill Gates
Marcus Aurelius
[People] > Marcus Aurelius
Donny Simonton
[People] > Donny Simonton
Dean Allen
[People] > Dean Allen http://www.textism.com/
Georg Gradl
[People] > Georg Gradl
Dadashri
[People] / [Guru] > Dadashri
Shirley Smith
[People] > Shirley Smith
Matthew Haughey
[People] > Matthew Haughey http://a.wholelottanothing.org/
Joe Fitzgibbon
[People] > Joe Fitzgibbon
Robb Beal
[People] > Robb Beal http://www.usercreations.com/weblog/
Heather Armstrong
[People] > Heather Armstrong
Orkut Buyukkokten
[People] > Orkut Buyukkokten
Matt Kingston
[People] > Matt Kingston
20040124
What would you like to say to all the people out there?
Think
What would you like to say to all the people out there?
Shaun C
[People] > Shaun C
Corey Mondello
[People] > Corey Mondello
Swami Muktananda
[People]/[Guru] > Swami Muktananda
Leta Elise Armstrong
[People] > Leta Elise Armstrong
Cory Doctorow
[People] > Cory Doctorow
Jeffrey Veen
[People] > Jeffrey Veen
Robert Blackwill
[People] > Robert Blackwill
Delhi to Mumbai to see and feel the land and people of
paintings of people who felt all of the emotions that
people of India, which I will take back to America
Pankaj Jalote
[People] > Pankaj Jalote
Norman Walsh
[People] > Norman Walsh
Bram Moolenaar
[People] > Bram Moolenaar
Nigel Alston
[People] > Nigel Alston
"Encouraging People to Succeed -- Inspiring them to Act!"
Benjamin Alan
[People] > Benjamin Alan
Dennis Prager
[People] > Dennis Prager
Edsger W. Dijkstra
[People] > Edsger W. (Wybe) Dijkstra
Ivo Totev
[People] > Ivo Totev
Karl Aigner
[People] > Karl Aigner
David Cary
[People] > David Cary
Sonia Gandhi
[People] > Sonia Gandhi
Trishakini Natarajan
[People] > Trishakini Natarajan
Swami Dayananda Saraswati
[People] > Swami Dayananda Saraswati
Swami Omkarananda
[People] > Swami Omkarananda
Vaishnavi Kishore
[People] > Vaishnavi Kishore
Anirudh Srikanth
[People] > Anirudh Srikanth
Steve Pavlina
[People] > Steve Pavlina
Mark Hurst
[People] > Mark Hurst
Aravind Venkatakrishnan
[People] > Aravind Venkatakrishnan
Blake Ross
[People] > Blake Ross
Tamizhmudi
[People] > Tamizhmudi
Brad Fitzpatrick
[People] > Brad Fitzpatrick
Malarraj Srilatha
[People] > Malarraj Srilatha
Srilatha Malarraj
[People] > Srilatha Malarraj
Parenting
Everyone wants to think that they are good parents and that their particular parenting techniques are the most effective. However, you must realize that kids are not just raised by their parents; they are also raised in large part by their environment. Environment includes their neighborhood, school, peers, and media such as television, music, and the Internet. And don't forget that children differ in those things you might call genes. Thus, a parenting strategy that raises Ivy League angels in one family might lead to depressed psychotic sociopaths in another. It's good to listen to the advice of other people who are parents (see Tip #10: More knowledge is always better), but realize that you do not have full control of your children's upbringing. They are at the mercy of their environment - their social context - most of the time. I believe that the most effective parenting strategy is to first realize that parenting is a highly context-sensitive problem and that the context (environment) must be taken into serious consideration during the parenting process. You can't raise your kids in an isolated cave (unless you're a caveman).
Georg Kniese
[People] > Georg Kniese
20050228
| <li><a href="http://www.yogihub.com.sg/">Yogi Hub</a> - motto is: More than serving food: a catalyst for people to ponder organic living. - Natural - Organic - Healthy Living - No. 1 Boon Tat Street, #01-01, Singapore 069611 - Tel 6220 4344 - Another bigger branch is at 16 Madras St. Tel: 6298-8198, Mon-Sat 11.30am - 10pm, behind Tekka Mall, 5 minutes from Little India MRT.
Jef Raskin
[People] > Jef Raskin
Puthucode
Puthucode is a picturesque village situated in idyllic surroundings in the central part of Kerala. It is located almost on the westernmost boundary of Alatur taluk in Palghat district, and is a border village lying between Palghat and Trichur districts. One of the oldest temples dedicäled to Goddess Bhagawathi, known as Puthucode Bhagawathi is situated in this village. The temple is located at the centre of a habitation of great Vedic Scholars, all around which live people of Hindu society serving the temple. In essence, the temple formed the centre of activity for the whole villagers catering to their spiritual, cultural and social needs. Due to several factors, the temple came under the management of Naduvil Madam Devaswoms and little is known of the period earlier to this. It is believed that in the days past, a Sanyasi by name Manjapotta Swamji camped in Puthucode, and the villagers gifted the temple and properties to him, thus establishing that the temple belonged to the villagers.
The changing times also affected the fortunes of temples all over India but particularly those in Kerala. Puthucode Bhagawathi temple was no exception. After the Government took over Devaswom lands the annuity fixed for the temple was grossly insufficient. Also the income of the temple from the devotees fell because of migration of people from the village. Due to these, the conduct of daily pujas and rituals at the temple were affected and conditions become very precarious to the extent that it had to depend upon the manificenco of the villagers for paddy and oil to conduct daily pujas on a day to day basis.
20050114
15 by 35 feet, he has met people from all walks of life. He dislikes
HT: What is Swami's advice for the young people of today?
times, "There is no place for lazy people in Kailash Ashram." Total
Swamiji: Reducing wants. Collectively, when all the people in the
Swamiji: Whenever I go abroad, I tell people, "Devotion is mentioned in
ashrama. As recently as fifty years ago, too, people went away on
SAP Careers
2005 04 29 - Lina_Ng78 at yahoo.com : My company is looking for people Senior ABAP Programmers. It is a US Company doing Offshore work from Malaysia. Anyone interested. Open to all nationalities and races. Selected candidate will be given a work permit. Anyone interested please email to lina_Ng78 at yahoo.com ASAP.
Mukesh Kishore
[People] > Mukesh Kishore
Swami Suddhananda
[People] > Swami Suddhananda
Swami had his tutelage in the study of scriptures under Swami Chinmayananda and Swami Dayananda. From 1984 onwards, Swamiji has been conducting classes and giving lectures to people from all walks of life so that they can discover the wisdom of the ancients in themselves. He also addresses specific groups such as students in several universities, management executives in different establishments and other professionals, in addition to the general public.
Erin Pavlina
[People] > Erin Pavlina
[The People Behind the Businesses|http://www.vegfamily.com/blog/index.php?p=11] : ...I’ve been running a vegan business for over 5 years and I’ve met some truly wonderful people in this industry. I wonder how many of you know how dedicated and caring some of these people are...
Nick Bradbury
[People] > Nick Bradbury
Theo Jansen
[People] > Theo Jansen
Anuradha Choudry
[People] > Anuradha Choudry
Ho Wai Piew
[People] > Ho Wai Piew
Balaji Balasubramanian
[People] > Balaji Balasubramanian
Tadao Ando
[People] > Tadao Ando
Bono
[People] > Bono
Index200909
Brave Buffalo, Brule Sioux Nation (1985) : ...The Earth People (indigenous natives) never wrote anything down, had no written language. They knew that if they wrote anything down it would be disastrous. If you write something down you don't have to remember it. And mind goes off into unconsciousness. It becomes negative, or unconscious force...
![People] , [Pearls]
Wealth
Level 1. I’m not stressed out about debt: People who no longer have to worry about their credit card debt or student loans.
Level 3. I don’t care what a vacation costs: People who don’t care how expensive the hotel is or which flight they go on.
Michael Lopp
[People] > Michael Lopp
Seth Godin
[People] > Seth Godin aka Seth [GOD] in
Bryan Mitchell
[People] > Bryan Mitchell
Robert Sutton
[People] > Robert Sutton
David Maister
[People] > David Maister
Peter Seibel
[People] > Peter Seibel
Derek Sivers
[People] > Derek Sivers
Time
People are frugal in guarding their personal property; but as soon as it comes to squandering time they are most wasteful of the one thing in which it is right to be stingy.” -Seneca, On the Shortness of Life
Garr Reynolds
[People] > Garr Reynolds
Philip Guo
[People] > Philip Guo
Tim Brown
[People] > Tim Brown
Dave Pollard
[People] > Dave Pollard
Scott Berkun
[People] > Scott Berkun
HFMD
http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvrd/revb/enterovirus/hfhf.htm : The viruses that cause HFMD can remain in the body for weeks after a patient's symptoms have gone away. This means that the infected person can still pass the infection to other people even though he/she appears well. Also, some persons who are infected and excreting the virus, including most adults, may have no symptoms.
Steve Jobs
[People] > Steve Jobs
Thirumal Ekambaram
[People] > Thirumal Ekambaram
Rutger Kortenhorst
[People] > Rutger Kortenhorst is a Sanskrit teacher in John Scottus school in Dublin.
Sanskrit has the most comprehensive writings in the world expressed through the Vedas and the Gítá. The Upanishads –translated by William Butler Yeats have given people from all over the world an insight into universal religious feelings for more than one century now. To know these well expressed simple words of wisdom in the original is better than dealing with copies or translations as copies are always inferior to originals. We really need clear knowledge on universal religion in an age faced with remarkable levels of religious bigotry and terrorism arising from poorly understood and half-baked religious ideas.
I have seen myself and others growing in such qualities, because of our contact with Sanskrit. I have just spent a year in India. Though it felt a bit like camping in a tent for a year, it was well worth it. For many years, we taught Sanskrit like zealots i.e. with high levels of enthusiasm and low levels of understanding, to both adults in the School of Philosophy and children in John Scottus School. We did not perhaps inspire a lot of our students and may have put a number of them off the study of Sanskrit. It felt to me like we needed to go to the source. Sanskrit teachers worth their salt need to live with people whose daily means of communication is in Sanskrit. I had already spent three summers near Bangalore doing just that and becoming less of an amateur, but it really needed a more thorough study. So I moved into a traditional gurukulam for the year. This meant living on campus, eating lots of rice and putting up with a few power-cuts and water shortages, but by December 2009, I made up my mind that I would step down as vice-principal of the Senior School and dedicate myself to Sanskrit for the rest of my teaching life. It felt like a promotion to me as quite a few could be vice-principal but right now which other teacher could forge ahead in Sanskrit in Ireland? [Hopefully this will change before I pop off to the next world.] With Sanskrit I’m expecting my mind to improve with age even if my body slows down a little. Sanskrit is often compared to the full-time teacher, who is there for you 24/7 whereas the other languages are more like part-timers. The effects of studying Sanskrit on me have been first and foremost a realistic confidence. Secondly, it meant I had to become more precise and speak weighing my words more carefully. It also taught me to express myself with less waffle and therefore speak more briefly. My power of attention and retention has undoubtedly increased.
Sanskrit and computers are a perfect fit. The precision play of Sanskrit with computer tools will awaken the capacity in human beings to utilize their innate higher mental faculty with a momentum that would inevitably transform the mind. In fact, the mere learning of Sanskrit by large numbers of people in itself represents a quantum leap in consciousness, not to mention the rich endowment it will provide in the arena of future communication. NASA, California
Michael Pollan
[People] > Michael Pollan
Sadhguru
[People] > Sadhguru
2011-11-22
http://www.theint.ro/blogs/outro/4649682-git-for-busy-people-see-what-youre-doing
facebook
In the Recode interview, Zuckerberg falls back on the term “use case” to describe people using Facebook Live to stream their own suicides in real time. He repeats this characterization, going on to call suicide-streaming a “use” of Facebook Live: “There were a small number of uses of this, but people were using it to…show themselves self-harm or there were even a few cases of suicide.”
But your first instinct when thinking about someone broadcasting their self-inflicted death to the world—on a platform you created—should not be to consider it in terms of an actor using a system to achieve a goal. It is, quite simply, a “tragedy.” Calling live-streaming suicide a “use case” is a way of talking about a terrible thing without confronting its emotional content. The language makes the act seem equivalent to the many other uses of Facebook Live, like showing people what funny thing your dog is doing.
Absent human considerations, Facebook will continue to bring thoughtless, banal harm to the world. The 2.5 billion people who use it, as part of their real lives, won’t put up with that forever.
Jac Fourie
[People] > Jac Fourie
20130727
Exhausted by cruel taxes, deprived of rains in lands from which true dharma has fled, the people will subsist on wild vegetation, roots, flesh, fruits, flowers, etc.
Brigands and robbers will rule the land. Kings will all be tyrants. People will espouse gluttony, lasciviousness and venality of every kind.
Bayer
http://voices.yahoo.com/bayer-ceo-says-his-companys-drug-isnt-poor-people-12533416.html
Alan Watts
[People] > Alan Watts
John Biggs
[People] > John Biggs
20170226
The work of these people has one thing in common ... it is art in the service of eternity
StephenProthero
[People] > StephenProthero
Montaigne
[People] > Montaigne
BernardRoth
[People] > BernardRoth
Index20180419
![People] , [Pearls]
20180419
As part of the drive towards 6k, all Model 3 production at Fremont will move to 24/7operations. This means that we will be adding another shift to general assembly, body and paint. Please refer anyone you know who you think meets the Tesla bar for talent, drive and trust. Between Fremont and Giga, Tesla will be adding about 400 people per week for several weeks.
– Don’t use acronyms or nonsense words for objects, software or processes at Tesla. In general, anything that requires an explanation inhibits communication. We don’t want people to have to memorize a glossary just to function at Tesla.
– A major source of issues is poor communication between depts. The way to solve this is allow free flow of information between all levels. If, in order to get something done between depts, an individual contributor has to talk to their manager, who talks to a director, who talks to a VP, who talks to another VP, who talks to a director, who talks to a manager, who talks to someone doing the actual work, then super dumb things will happen. It must be ok for people to talk directly and just make the right thing happen.
Rich Hickey
[People] > Rich Hickey
These are largely the activities of beginners and students, not practitioners nor masters (or, in the case of teaching/publishing, people who should already be practitioners/masters). N.B. I am not questioning the many benefits of broadening or learning activities, just the premise that they lead to any sort of mastery.
SamAltman
[People] > SamAltman
Balance
“This work-life harmony thing is what I try to teach young employees and actually senior executives at Amazon too. But especially the people coming in. I get asked about work-life balance all the time. And my view is, that’s a debilitating phrase because it implies there’s a strict trade-off. And the reality is, if I am happy at home, I come into the office with tremendous energy. And if I am happy at work, I come home with tremendous energy.
Strength
https://hbr.org/2018/05/why-talented-people-dont-use-their-strengths
Success
The way to become successful is to convince other people that you will make them successful.
Power
Only a handful of people can follow that strategy. But anyone who could play the standard high-school achievement game and have a good shot at getting into MIT or Stanford could instead play the Olympiad game and have a great one. The USABO is disproportionately high-utility compared to how competitive it is. It comes with a free trip to a national training camp where you receive intense training in biology and bond with a few dozen other top high-schoolers. There are vast swaths of America, including lots of high schoolers studying hard for the SAT, who have never heard of USABO. And yet there are communities where training for Olympiads is such a well-known option that it barely counts as a strategy.
My friend who did this and got into all her colleges didn’t do so by playing the standard high school game better than her competitors, but by stumbling into a different game entirely. In doing so, she could do things the others couldn’t. I think this a fairly common pattern: a lot of what’s involved in making it to the top of anything is not being better at things than other people, but outright being able to do things they can’t. In business, they call it a “competitive advantage.” Peter Thiel calls it a “secret”. For personal life, I like to call it a “source of power.”
The “other people can’t” is the big part. As a source of power percolates into society, it loses its power as an advantage, although whether you should stop doing it depends on whether its value is external or innate. As an example of the former, 200,000 people compete in the American math Olympiad qualifier rounds each year, so training for the math Olympiad is not such a good move for most people. It’s prestigious, but only in proportion to how competitive it is. In economic terms, the free lunch has been eaten. Meanwhile, when Benjamin Franklin was working in London, saving up to open his own print shop, he found it easier than most to be frugal due to his insight that strong beer does not grant physical strength. They nicknamed him the “water American.” Nowadays, his insight is common knowledge, but that doesn’t make it less effective. Instead, it becomes the new bar.
As a warning, I found when writing this that a lot of examples of sources of power I used or wanted to use would strike a lot of people as weird, but it would take a lot of space to justify them. This is inevitable in retrospect: if it’s considered normal, it’s no longer a source of power. I also noticed while writing this that a lot of my examples focus around high school or college. I think that’s largely because life tends to diverge afterwards, and the examples become much more niche.
How can you learn about new opportunities before other people suck them dry? How can you find ways of being better before they become background knowledge? While CEOs often spend much of their time looking for a leg up on the competition, I think there’s enough sources of power and few enough people looking for them that simply trying is enough. In fact, sources of power are sufficiently exploitable that there are many algorithms for finding them with high success probability.
It’s interesting to think about trying to be even more ahead of the demand curve by making a big bet and training in what will be hot. This involves predicting the future. But, in life as in stocks, the winner is often not someone who knows what will happen, but someone who figured out slightly more than everyone else. And, for predicting the future, not many are trying. Along these lines, I was surprised when I learned that several prominent companies in the mobile space&#8202;—&#8202;in particular AdMob, acquired by Google for $750 million, and Flurry, whose software runs in over 100,000 apps&#8202;—&#8202;were actually founded in 2005 or 2006, before the iPhone’s announcement ushered in the modern mobile era. I think a lot of people knew the mobile revolution was coming, although perhaps not that it would be so fast. The people bold enough to actually act on that prediction were in a very good spot when it happened. I’m hoping to do something similar for program analysis.
A lot of the above could perhaps be summarized to find ways to be effective. The interesting part is how people find sources of power. One way is to invent it yourself, whether by finding a loophole, noticing a trend, or doing science. While there are a few places where it’s clear that investigating it may result in disproportionately better capabilities, this can run out of steam pretty fast. It may be possible to gain vitality by eating better, but the reward curve of doing nutrition research probably more resembles climbing the corporate ladder. Most often, the way to find a source of power is to hear of it from other people.
I think it’s a pretty simple effect. People with similar interests like to cluster, but people who also really care about improving will cluster further. They might be able to invent one or two sources of power on their own, but then they share it with the people around them&#8202;—&#8202;who also have a secret or two. The effect compounds, with the benefits from sharing ideas dwarfing the loss of exclusivity. Just as IBM found their above-average testers becamedozens of times better when grouped together, what you get are communities that collectively have and share the best ways of doing things. So the way to get good at something is to simply find the right community and join it.
I think the defense is to recognize the phenomenon but go a meta-level up. Why are people at the top of one field often very good at another? Is it merely grit and intelligence? Just as there’s a meta-skill of finding sources of power, I think there’s a skill of finding and recognizing the people with the genuine secrets, versus the posers and people out to get your money. I believe there’s a way to recognize genuine competence that transcends fields (related concept). That’s a topic in and of its own.
trust
I always tell people that fund raising is a sales process. The investor has money and the entrepreneur is selling ownership in his or her company. But the real product being bought or sold is “trust.” Trust that you can deliver on what you say you’re going to do, trust that you will follow up when you say you will, trust that you will be a pleasure to work with, trust that in good times and bad you’ll be committed to making the investment valuable.
naval
[people] > naval
“So I have no time for short-term things: dinners with people I won’t see again, tedious ceremonies to please tedious people, traveling to places that I wouldn’t go to on vacation.”
Decision
Here’s how I think it really works: You’ll make a million decisions, and each will shape your life and other people’s lives in ways you’ll barely know. You will have surprising successes and surprising failures. You’ll give yourself too much credit for both. Then you’ll die.
kapilguptamd
[People] > kapilguptamd
kpaxs
[People] > kpaxs
I cannot change other people.
I cannot change other people’s behaviours.
I cannot change other people’s minds.
I cannot change other people’s values, hopes, and dreams.
nntaleb
[People] > nntaleb
What do I mean by Skin in the Game? My Own Version ... https://medium.com/incerto/what-do-i-mean-by-skin-in-the-game-my-own-version-cc858dc73260 ... What is Skin in the Game? The phrase is often mistaken for one-sided incentives: the promise of a bonus will make someone work harder for you. For the central attribute is symmetry: the balancing of incentives and disincentives, people should also penalized if something for which they are responsible goes wrong and hurts others: he or she who wants a share of the benefits needs to also share some of the risks. ...
elonmusk
[People] > elonmusk
australia
[People] > australia
raydalio
[People] > raydalio
davewiner
[people] > davewiner
Now-20180719
People
Index20180720
![People] , [Pearls]
mpigliucci
[People] > mpigliucci - Massimo Pigliucci
day-20180724
One of the topics addressed in your book is forgiveness. Why is it so hard for people to apologize and simply say ‘I am sorry?’
20180725
People who are bred, selected and compensated to find complicated solutions do not have an incentive to implement simplified ones.&#8202;—&#8202;Taleb
MVP
[People] > MVP
Doctor
[People] > Doctor
Now-20180725
People
jasonfried
[People] > jasonfried
brandur
[People] > brandur
tferriss
[People] > tferriss
No
“The difference between successful people and very successful people is that very successful people say no to almost everything.”&#8202;—&#8202;Warren Buffett
draxe
[People] > draxe
Clothes
Most people overspend on items they only use once or twice a year.
patrickc
[People] > patrickc
Prison
Self-image is the prison. Other people are the guards.
Being surrounded by other people means nothing if you can’t be yourself around them.
daviddcain
[People] > daviddcain
jeffbezos
[People] > jeffbezos
DrJGannageMD
[People] > DrJGannageMD
DrRussellJaffe
[People] > DrRussellJaffe
davidgetoff
[People] > davidgetoff
stewartbutterfield
[People] > stewartbutterfield
robertlustig
[People] > RobertLustig
SabotageFoods
Most people can jump-start their weight loss by cutting out all [starch]es, [sugar]s & [alcohol]s while consuming more [protein]s and [fat]s.
YuvalNoahHarari
[People] > YuvalNoahHarari
2018-08-17
There is a wealth of wisdom to help us on this path. For thousands of years humanity has been trying to get it right. Some people got pretty close along the way. I could cite many people that helped me along the way, but I’ll keep the list to do these three people: bell hooks, Fred Rogers, and Matthieu Ricard.
JackCanfield
[People] > JackCanfield
StevenPressfield
[People] > StevenPressfield
JoshKaufman
[People] > JoshKaufman
NormanDoidge
[People] > NormanDoidge
dhh
[People] > dhh
Set out to do good work. Set out to be fair in your dealings with customers, employees, and reality. Leave a lasting impressions on the people you touch, and worry less (or not at all!) about changing the world. Chances are you won’t, and if you do, it’s not going to be because you said you would.
RyanDahl
[People] > RyanDahl
MarkManson
[People] > MarkManson
LifeWithoutPrinciple
So now I would say something similar to you, my readers. Since you are my readers, and I have not been much of a traveller, I will not talk about people a thousand miles off, but come as near home as I can. As the time is short, I will leave out all the flattery, and retain all the criticism.
Howitt says of the man who found the great nugget which weighed twenty-eight pounds, at the Bendigo diggings in Australia: "He soon began to drink; got a horse, and rode all about, generally at full gallop, and, when he met people, called out to inquire if they knew who he was, and then kindly informed them that he was 'the bloody wretch that had found the nugget.' At last he rode full speed against a tree, and nearly knocked his brains out." I think, however, there was no danger of that, for he had already knocked his brains out against the nugget. Howitt adds, "He is a hopelessly ruined man." But he is a type of the class. They are all fast men. Hear some of the names of the places where they dig: "Jackass Flat"- "Sheep's-Head Gully"- "Murderer's Bar," etc. Is there no satire in these names? Let them carry their ill-gotten wealth where they will, I am thinking it will still be "Jackass Flat," if not "Murderer's Bar," where they live.
Hobby
I’m a little surprised by how many people tell me they have no hobbies. It may seem a small thing, but — at the risk of sounding grandiose — I see it as a sign of a civilization in decline. The idea of leisure, after all, is a hard-won achievement; it presupposes that we have overcome the exigencies of brute survival. Yet here in the United States, the wealthiest country in history, we seem to have forgotten the importance of doing things solely because we enjoy them.
Pleasant
People look at it as an achievement, but it isn't. As a child you were happy, so being happy as an adult is going back to square one. It is not the ultimate goal of your life.
Corruption
In every profession, there are corrupt people. There are corrupt journalists, corrupt policemen, corrupt doctors, corrupt lawyers, corrupt politicians.. so there are corrupt gurus too. If a policeman is corrupt, you think it is okay because you are not facing them on a daily basis. But suppose a doctor is corrupt, you think it is not okay because you have to put your life into his hands. If your guru becomes corrupt, you think it is really, really not okay because you go in there with a certain trust, placing your life in his hands. You expect certain aspects of life to be clean at least, but that is not so in the world: in every profession, in every activity, in every sphere of life, there are corrupt people. But that doesn't mean it is all corruption.

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