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Manoj Khatri

Manoj Khatri
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Manoj Khatri considers himself a student and teacher of the wisdom of love. He is also a writer-editor and has written on topics ranging from strategic marketing and business management to art, culture and even philosophy. His more than 1200 published stories—articles, interviews, full-length features—have appeared in some of the leading newspapers and magazines of India. A certified cognitive behavioural therapist, he works as a personal counsellor too. He is the author of What a thought!, a critically acclaimed book based on powerful ideas of some of the greatest thought leaders. Manoj runs Complete Wellbeing and believes that "peace begins with me".

Persevere, Don’t Resign

Not giving up in the face of difficulties is what makes all the difference

Why detachment is your best bet for happiness and peace

Replacing attachment with detachment helps you lead a happier and more fulfilled life

Adnan Sami on weight loss: If I can do it, anyone can

In a candid conversation with Manoj Khatri, Adnan Sami reveals what he lost and what he gained in his life-changing experience

Forgive for a happy and healthy life

It is one of the most difficult of human abilities to master. Yet, forgiveness is a prerequisite for a happy and healthy life

Madhukar Talwalkar: Meet a young man of 75!

Exercise is a stress-buster. It is physical meditation. It is prayer. Madhukar Talwalkar in conversation with MANOJ Khatri

Switzerland is true bliss

There's more to Switzerland than what meets Nature's most wondrous panorama

Admire, don’t imitate

Be original, be yourself. Admiring your heroes is all right as long as you don't imitate them blindly

Splendid Switzerland

There's no place like Switzerland in the world to soothe your nerves and calm your soul

Is it love or obsession?

Let's find out how to differentiate between authentic love and deceptive feelings that are only masquerading as love

Observe, don’t judge

Why judgments are often subjective, not objective.