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Woman aiming with an arrow

Why I am committed to composure

Skill and knowledge have no value unless they are accompanied by unwavering composure
A clouds with two bird

Float like the clouds, fly like the birds

On a clear day, the author watches the white clouds and the birds in the sky and contemplates the profundity in Nature's simplicity
Mand reading book

A quest to cherish

There is no such thing as "an ideal life"; there's only a quest to learn, to grow and to become a greater version of oneself, says the editor of Complete Wellbeing
A bird sitting on the top on log

Are you living an unnatural, normal life?

Being normal may be socially desirable but it isn't necessarily natural
Lion

The lion and the crippled fox

A simple story with a profound lesson
Silhouette of a victorious man on top of a mountain

The point of struggle

Is struggle always futile or does it play an important role in life?
Man smiling with tea / minimalism concept

Minimalism: The surprisingly simple mantra for maximum living

Want your life to be filled with love, peace and happiness? Embrace minimalism
The globe as a bomb

A brief history of the (human) mind

Humanity may have taken great strides in science and technology, but it has also put itself on a path of self-destruction, believes the author
Hate written on punch

The idiocy of patriotism

The sentiment of patriotism evokes great emotion in us, a fact that is cleverly exploited by political leaders the world over to manipulate people
Illustration of a human head with gears inside

Meet my misery machines

Misery is a by-product of our belief in separation, says the author

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