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BMK Gita-Gyan 8 C2V18 - Lifecycle

Life is a cycle and Chapter 2 Verse 18 seems to talk about this .. well, everything is cyclical and ever changing.

अन्तवन्त इमे देहा नित्यस्योक्ता: शरीरिण: | 384 more words

Corporate Musings

New Cabinet, New Direction? 'Building Blocks' for New Dutch Minister Sigrid Kaag by Linda Johnson

About the author:

Linda Johnson is currently the Executive Secretary at ISS. She has been involved in international relations in higher education since 1988, holding a variety of posts in the field, including Head of International Office, Head of Educational Affairs, Director of an American Study Abroad Programme and Head of International Relations.

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Forgetting is part of our nature

You didn’t tell us to read that chapter.

I didn’t know there was a test today!

I was supposed to take out the garbage?

How often do we share an important piece of information with our students — or children or colleagues or friends, for that matter — and find the next day, they’ve completely forgotten? 611 more words

Front Lines

Not relevance but resonance

When a clergyman writes a book which the poet Laureate, Carol Ann Duffy describes as “This beautiful and wise meditation centred around Mark Oakley’s anthology of the ‘soul language’ of poetry… 1,106 more words

Effective Church

Age Is Not The Arbiter Of Relevance. See ‘Sneaky’ Dianne Feinstein

Whenever I see an article that pits one generation against another, that categorizes the value and merit of any person in terms of age; that wildly asserts that terming-out is how to handle old folks and only youngsters have the sense and savvy to proceed to the route, I find my teeth grinding. 788 more words

Latest Thoughts

My One Word (2018)

This is the 3rd year of my “One Word” Tradition.  In 2016 I wrote about Hungry and in 2017 my first post of the year was dedicated to… 533 more words


A Conundrum

Particles have this eternal freedom to change their ways- transform in a wink

Even before the eyes could gather some memory, but the transformation is a kind of power play… 114 more words