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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".

Health is Happiness

World Health Day [April 7] is an appropriate time for all of us to reinforce the importance of an integrated approach to wellbeing. Because, living a long, healthy, and happy life is what most of us hope to achieve, and derive delight from

Tolerate, Don’t Suppress

Emotions, if not expressed from time to time, lead to suppression. This can affect our health, directly and indirectly

Prefer, don’t demand

When we accept ourselves as we are, we embark on our first, best step towards self-fulfilment

Break free from the clutches of your beliefs

We all have a whole catalogue of beliefs that we live by. But, beliefs can let you down in times of need

Labours of Love: The Magic of Doing What You Love

It takes a few small steps to take a giant leap in the direction of your passion

Arrive, Don’t Strive

Your pursuit to doing, not just winning alone, holds the cursor to better outcomes in career and life

Be For, Not Against

We spend most of our time and energies fighting what we are against. It's only when we change our stance in favour of what we are for, can we transform ourselves

The Wellbeing Mantra

Wellbeing is not just good health; it's harmonious functioning of our mind, body and soul

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