Gaurav’s Blog

I’ve heard it said, there’s a window
that opens from one mind to another.
But if there’s no wall, there’s no need
for fitting the window, or the latch.
~ Rumi, “Night and Sleep”

My #1 Tip For Coping With Adversity

Adversities are a part of life. Complaining against them doesn’t help, but having a plan for overcoming it does. Because, we can’t live through life walking on mountain tops alone. But walk we must, regardless of the adversities life chooses to throw at us.

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Juneteenth: Reflecting With Poems

Juneteenth is a celebration of hope, freedom, and emancipation. It should also be a time of reflection. A time to stop our busy worlds and express deep gratitude for the value and blessing of freedom – a priceless gift that many of us take for granted. A time to step out of our skins and truly understand the pain and suffering we cause others when, in our desire to show ourselves as superior, we deny them their freedoms.

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What COVID-19 Is Saying TO Me

Greetings Dear Reader, Yesterday’s blog was about listening to COVID-19, for no other reason that it’s talking to us. Provided of course we aren’t taking ourselves too seriously to dismiss COVID-19 talking to us as imbecile and absurd. You can read it here, in case...

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COVID-19 Is Talking To Us: Are We Listening?

Time for a Saturday story. About COVID-19 and listening to what it's saying. Remember Carlos Castaneda? The man Time magazine described in 1973 as, “…an enigma wrapped in a mystery wrapped in a tortilla.” For good reason. Because, by then he had been exposed as a...

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Soulful Leadership™ and AI: Human Costs Matter

Soulful Leadership™ and AI: Human Costs Matter

The debate on the consequences and costs of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is intensifying daily, with a number of influential thinkers, activists, and business leaders voicing their view and frequently taking opposing stands. First in the ring, a chess player and a...

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