Proverbs 26

with that Proverbs chapter 26 tonight great chapter and so why don’t we pray and let’s ask God as He always does as only He can to bless our time together tonight in His Word so if you would join with me thank You Lord or thank You for Your Word and thank You so […]

Things It’s Best to Say in Latin

Latin sentences and sayings seem to be designed to be carved out of stone. This is a matter of their concision and weightiness. Because of its highly inflected grammatical structure, Latin uses far fewer words to express something that a non-inflected language such as English. Here are some of our favourite Latin sayings. “Veni, Vidi, […]

PHILOSOPHY – Hegel

Georg Friedrich Hegel was born in Stuttgart in 1770. Intellectually he was adventurous, but in externals, respectable, conventional, and proud of it. He ascended the academic tree and reached the top most branch, head of the University of Berlin, when he was sixty years old; he died the following year. Hegel wrote some very long […]

Suicide

On average, over 800,000 people kill themselves every year around the world. Suicide is the 15th leading cause of mortality accounting for some 1.5% of all deaths. More people die by suicide than are collectively murdered, die in traffic accidents, or are killed by animals. It remains entirely strange then that through the media we […]

POLITICAL THEORY – Niccolò Machiavelli

We’re often appalled by how sly and dishonest many politicians are, but we shouldn’t be. In moods like this we need to remember and read the works of Niccolo Machiavelli. A late 15th century political advisor and political theorist who argued that we shouldn’t think that politicians are imoral and simply bad for lying and […]

PHILOSOPHY – René Descartes

René Descartes was a French 17th century philosopher, famous above all for saying ‘I think therefore I am’, but worthy of our attention for many reasons beyond this. What makes him stand out is that he was a fierce rationalist. In an age when many philosophers still backed up their arguments with appeals to God, […]

Why We Go Cold On Our Partners

The story of the path to coldness in love is well known: we start off full of affection for one another and then, with time, feelings fade. We start prioritizing work, we check our phones while they’re speaking, we don’t especially want to hear how their day went. There’s a popular surface explanation for this […]

How to Make an Attractive City

Cities are a big deal: we pretty much all have to live in them; We should try hard to get them right. So few cities are nice; very, very few out of many thousands are really beautiful. Embarrassingly, the more appealing ones tend to be old, which is weird because we’re mostly much better at […]

Sadhguru on How To Never Get Angry or Bothered By People

Angella Nazarian: Visionary women is a volunteer run organization And I know that every single person who is here is giving their time to one organization or another and the fact that you have nine million volunteers and you were talking about the relationship between volunteerism and willingness And that it’s through willingness that you […]

Rapid Fire Round – Karan Johar with Sadhguru

Interviewer (Karan Johar): I’m going to take the liberty, Sadhguru, to do what I normally do on my television show, which is a rapid fire round. Sadhguru: Mhmm (Indicating agreement) (Applause). Interviewer (Karan Johar): Normally the end of this round.. Sadhguru: (Overlapping conversation) See, I’ve… When I was young, I watched a lot of, you […]