One of the skills education in Nepal should impart to students is the ability to reason, logically, a skill sourly lacking in many Nepalese. Teaching philosophy would help greatly. . . . → Read More: “Do you board a plane wearing a helmet ?? Is that gonna guarantee your safety??? But you do it nonetheless”
Our biggest disaster is our leadership.
Timeline of what happened, why they happened and what should have happened but didn’t happen following the biggest natural calamity in living memory to hit the country to confirm just that.
. . . → Read More: The Year of Living Perilously
Why even as a non-American I actively support Senator Bernie Sanders for the Presidency of the United States of America. . . . → Read More: Senator Bernie Sanders: A Leader to Believe In
Buddhism & Spirituality, Travel
President Obama has a bowl full of things people have given to him some of which he carries in his pocket to remind him of the people who gave them to him, what they mean and, when necessary, to inspire him to do the best he can.
I on the other hand have been given something else by those that I have met in my travels around the world, all of which I carry all the time!
. . . → Read More: President Barak Obama: “People I Have Met and Their Stories”
My Personal Stories
Travel gives you opportunities to learn about other cultures and people amongst other things. It opens your eyes up. Having learned about others, it also helps you see your own country and culture in a different light. . . . → Read More: Cultural Learnings of…This and That
A man, who at one point had decided to almost end it all, instead, has chosen to raise funds to rebuild houses destroyed by the earthquake in Thangpalkot, COMMITTED’s project site. . . . → Read More: Man on a Mission…to Help Thangpalkot