Monthly Archives: September 2014

Unexamined Life

‘The unexamined life is not worth living’, said Socrates. Life is a blessing, a gift that comes with huge responsibilities. I believe the greatest of all responsibilities is to make an effort to understand life itself. Life is beautiful. It … Continue reading

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Am I Really A Computer?

People often complain about life being mechanical. It is true that I could drift through life functioning like a machine – especially if I am living in a city and spending most of my waking hours at work. Human relations … Continue reading

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Candles under the Bushel

Isn’t it amazing that human intelligence can send spacecrafts to remote planets but find no solution for more down to earth problems such as poverty? I am frankly puzzled by our philosophy of science. Why is science unable to address … Continue reading

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