Category Archives: Culture

The Art Of Good Parenting

BADRINATH DURVASULA “A child’s life is like a piece of paper on which every passerby leaves a mark.” Yes, true to the Chinese proverb children are a mass of flesh and blood, akin to soft clay. This is something that can be moulded any which way one likes. The moulding is parenting; it projects the […]

Gift Of The Tyagi

VENKATESH GOVINDARAJAN The difference between the Lake of Galilee and the Dead Sea is that the blessing [River Jordan] flows in and out of the former, while in the latter, it flows in and stays there. The Dead Sea is absolutely dead — no fish can survive in it. The Lake of Galilee is full […]

‘Drive’ To Achieve

ANDRE ZIZI The law of attraction does not pull towards you riches out of thin air. It also does not attract the abundance you want, or wish, by just thinking positive like we are often led to believe. However this maybe, the Four Psychological Drives, that I’m going to explain in this piece, do attract […]

Believe What You Emote

  NELRESSA MONIQUE-STALLINGS It is a big question. What is the greatest value you can achieve in your lifetime? Depending on one’s perspective, some of us might look at the question in different ways — what is the meaning of value, or do you mean success, or who determines success. We are taught to be […]

Arithmetic Of Success

ANDRE ZIZI In my first article, I delved into and also espoused the idea why you should trust your instinct [The Integrative Post, May 1, 2016] to do well in life. In this piece, I connect your instinct to success — or, what makes your instinct your road-map to success. First, let’s relate ourselves to […]

The Instinct Paradigm

ANDRE ZIZI First things, first. Learning and comprehending emerge with the understanding that you don’t have to be a genius to make your dreams come true. But, the fact is: unless you have a dream, you won’t know what to do too, and where to go. When you have established what you desire with a […]

Rebound Your Intellect

VENKATESH GOVINDARAJAN Any person actively committed to sustainable development should keep one’s eyes open to happenings in society. This helps us to ‘catch’ certain behavioural signals, which when analysed by one’s intellect, against the backdrop of their personal commitments and beliefs, may not present as deterrents to efforts being made to usher in sustainable development. […]