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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".

Prisoners of Our Thoughts by Alex Pattakos and Elaine Dundon

Learn the seven core principles for discovering meaning in your life and work

Happiness is not practical

To the author, the pursuit of happiness makes more sense than mindlessly chasing security, which is nothing more than an illusion

Do you know why God never forgives?

Find out how the oft-quoted quip, "To err is human, to forgive divine" is often used to justify not forgiving

Minimalism: The surprisingly simple mantra for maximum living

Want your life to be filled with love, peace and happiness? Embrace minimalism

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

Where are you seeking love and joy?

Understanding one simple truth can set you free

A question of being

How do you answer the oft-asked question, "What do you do?"

Past imperfect, future tensed

Dwelling in the past is risky and useless

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

Start your day happy—stop reading or watching news

Starting your day with the newspaper or the morning bulletin helps little but harms a lot

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