Decision To Avoid Multiple Decisions (IM 912)

“You could live life right now. Let that determine what you do and say and think.” –Marcus Aurelius There are some decisions which can be made to avoid various decisions. And I desperately need it… Our every decisions are based on what we see, experience and think which is shaped by what we do everyday….

The Six Mistakes Of Man; According To Cicero (IM 910)

“Six mistakes mankind keeps making century after century: Believing that personal gain is made by crushing others; Worrying about things that cannot be changed or corrected; Insisting that a thing is impossible because we cannot accomplish it; Refusing to set aside trivial preferences; Neglecting development and refinement of the mind; Attempting to compel others to…

Cheat Day Is A Trap? (IM 897)

“Cheat Day” is a term most familiar to people in fitness world. It’s when they take an excuse in the name of cheat day to eat/do what they like. But it’s a trap… That one day in a week has the high probability of dismantling the improvements of other six days.

Being Watchful Of Our Doings (IM 896)

What we do everyday becomes a habit and we are the reflection of what we do everyday. The way we talk to others or to ourselves reveals our character. The way we deal with different situations shows our strength and weakness. Every step we take is the reflection of our character, our mindset, our loopholes,…

Culture: A Set Of Actions? (IM 892)

“One of the key insights from Bushido is that a culture is not a set of beliefs, it’s a set of actions.”    — Ben Horowitz A culture is the core value that defines the way we do our work. It is the way we act. A company’s culture is the way the company works…

Stoic Definition Of Happiness (IM 885)

According to stoicism, happiness isn’t found in things but in virtue alone- it’s all about what we value and the choices we make. In simple words, for human beings, virtue happens to be the best operating system for making our way through the world. Arius Didymus, who served as a stoic advisor to Roman Emperors…

Persist and Resist (IM 884)

Living involves the process of continuous improvement- it’s all about progress, not perfection. The stoic philosophy teaches us that we while we work on the things of everyday life, we are doing a deeper work on ourselves. Marcus Aurelius said, “the fruit of this life is a good character and acts for the common good.”…

A quote (IM 879)

“You can’t escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today.” Abraham Lincoln 

Cicero: Who He Was and What He Taught? (IM 868)

Marcus Tullius Cicero born in 106 BC, was one of the leading political figures of the era of Julius Caesar, Pompey, Marc Antony and Octavian. He was a Roman statesman, lawyer, scholar and Academic Skeptic who played an important role in the politics of the late Roman Republic and upheld optimate principles during the crisis…