In the moment we developed the consciousness to express our thoughts, an ability came to us as a package. The ability to judge. We ran to our parents, start practicing how to judge. We blamed the kid next door, our brothers and sister on treating us badly, stealing our toys and eating our food. Having the ability to judge is very important for survival. It protects us from things attacking us, helps us to express our emotions at the same time allows us to set clear boundaries
What is fasting?
First response on the term "fasting" to many people usually would be, "I would die from starving even if I skipped one meal". Fasting is different from starvation. It is feeding ourselves with nutrient reserves of the body which normally could support us from 40 days. Our brain, muscle tissues and our heart start fuelling themselves by ketones instead of glucose. This moment they would also receive a more adequate blood supply and oxygenation. Short-term fa
Imagine you are walking slowly in the market and enjoying your beautiful Sunday, someone suddenly bumped into you. You fell on floor and mashed with broken eggs, rotten tomatoes in the garbage area. You are about to release your anger and start swearing, in the moment you look up. You saw a blind person standing in front of you, shaking and asking ‘I’m sorry, are you okay?’ How do you feel? We have the tendency to judge before understanding the true story behind. We are all e
Multiple projects, big and small meetings, event rundown, risk management, daily routine or travel itinerary… how many to-do-list are you having in your hands now? Planning is a good practise to help us avoid missing any tasks, prioritise things we want to achieve and ensure a better result. Today, I’m introducing the best way to plan that even Evernote or Asana does not cover. It is inspired by Martin Luther King Jr. “I have a dream" photo by Forbes American civil rights act