Thought for the Week – Three Successful Sisters !

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On April 19th 1967, Laszlo Polgor, married Klara in the small Hungarian town of Gyongyos. What none of the guests knew was that they were witnessing [Read More]

Thought for the Week – Poem by a 14th century poet.

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The God who only knows four words.
 
Every child has known God
not the God of names,
not the God of don’ts,
but the God who only knows
four words [Read More]

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Thought for the Week – Some extraordinary project

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“When you are inspired by some great purpose, some extraordinary project, all our thoughts break their bonds. Your mind transcends limitations, your consciousness expands in [Read More]

Thought for the Week – SUNK COST FALLACY

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Investing additional resources in something that is already failing when a  better investment is available, is known as the sunk-cost fallacy.  It is a common [Read More]

Thought for the Week – PRIMED TO PICK OUT THE UNHAPPY, ANGRY FACE!

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In an experiment, people were shown  a picture of ‘terrified eyes’, and one of ‘smiling eyes’ while lying in a brain scanner. They saw these [Read More]

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Thought for the Week – Keep on smiling!

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Malcolm Gladwell, in his book called, ‘Blink’, makes the point that we assume we first experience emotion and then this emotion is expressed on our [Read More]