The Sunday breakfast has traditionally been a great coming together meal for most families. Growing up in Delhi in a Punjabi household, my sister and I were subjected to many cholesterol bombs like parathas, poori-cholley, sometimes even deep fried burgers (yes, you read it right) and whatnot posing as holiday morning specials. 896 more words
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No matter how much time you spend controlling and trying to prevent your partner straying, if the person you are in love with, is the kind of person to be disloyal, then all of the energy you put into worrying about whether they will cheat won’t stop it from happening. 356 more words
In my previous post I recommended “back-of-the-envelop” planning as a way of creating energy and maintaining momentum related to important goals.
There are three basic ways such planning (and all planning) can fail—not having a clear goal that is worthy of our sustained effort, not knowing the specific next step required in the plan, and not having a fail-safe system for recording and tracking the promises we make to ourselves and others for the completion of those actions. 273 more words
Human nature is very complex. Men have learned to be strong, competitive and courageous in times of danger. History has shown that we are able to conquer our fears and reach our goals — as long as our will, conviction and desire are present. 464 more words