When I was told to conduct online classes for my students, I was taken aback. As a person who has a shy personality and someone who always avoided video calls or video conferences through all means in the past, this announcement felt like a cruel bombshell. Due to my anxious temperament or irritable bowel syndrome,…… Continue reading An introvert’s view: How the Covid-19 lockdown attracts me to the world outside
At the negotiation table, all parties hope to get their needs and wants fulfilled and satisfactorily walk away without jeopardizing their existing relationships. In more ideal cases, their current relationships are elevated to new highs. Similarly, when my mind and heart are negotiating, the same principle of negotiation applies here. My mind hopes to get…… Continue reading How Win-win Negotiation Skills Change my Inner Dialogue and Enhance my Mental Health
My daddy has drawn his last breath His time on the earth has added breadth to mine It’s short but beautiful For every year, my students come and leave Most of them leave with at least a little better preparedness to face our world of unscrupulous systems It’s short but beautiful My happiness seems very…… Continue reading My life is short but beautiful
Now is my existential crisis. I kept questioning myself…Do I really exist?…Who am I? Maybe, I exist as I live by my truth. My truth validates my existence. Sometimes, I lose myself in worldly affairs as I define myself based on the truth shaped by our intertwined human relationships. As I question myself more in…… Continue reading Existential Crisis: Do I Exist?