Category Archives: Ethics

Where one’s thoughts, words and actions are united by benevolence.

Spam Victims Take Action!

There are plenty of wrongs to right in the world. We can but deal with one at a time… I don’t know about you, but email spam really annoys me. There’s something repulsive about deceitfully and repeatedly forcing useless products … Continue reading

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No Zidane is an Island

“Can they not see that this conduct ultimately leads to violence?”, a remark made by a French friend of mine recently. He was really upset by the world cup final incident largely because of the conduct of the players. Speaking … Continue reading

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Zinedine Zidane & the Yoga of Ethics

In a moment of testosterone-fuelled animality, a billion viewers cried in shocked unison, “what on earth is Zidane doing?” For, the captain of France’s football team, in their chase for the World Cup, had just launched a charging headbutt at … Continue reading

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Auroville

Auroville is an experimental city, under development in south India. It is intended to be a model township – an international and universal place for personal, spiritual growth and social advancement. Auroville exists for nothing less than to hasten the … Continue reading

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The World’s Largest Democracy

It’s election time in south India and the propaganda is overspilling onto the streets. Is it just coincidence that so many members of the Gandhi/Nehru family have been in power in this country? Or that George Bush Junior followed in … Continue reading

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