Daily Archives: April 18, 2010

Indian Nation needs education more than qualification

Education and Qualification are two completely different aspects of human society – and should not be mixed-up or confused for one another.  You will find many qualified but uneducated people – and much educated but unqualified people – world over.

Qualification is essentially a certification by an authority – which means that the certificate issuing authorities vouch for your knowledge & competence.  We have seen all over the world that such system has miserably failed to ensure quality – a certificate is no guarantee for competence.

A certificate is only (just represents) what others can think you are – not necessarily what you actually are!  But I am not decrying or devaluing this process / system altogether – as it is generally equipped to filter, grade and tag people to some extent quite accurately. Read the rest of this entry

Anatomy & Physiology of Pain

Life is all about “Survival”.  No matter what you do – it is always for the purpose of momentary survival –or- to enhance future potential for survival.

Primary cause of pain is enforcement. This can be internally self-imposed, or externally imposed by others. An enforced compression (blow) – or- enforced expansion (pull) on any body part can cause pain. Similarly on the mind too!  If a capable person is given lesser position of responsibility – it amounts to enforced compression and thus the pain. Similarly if an incapable person is given heavy responsibility – if amounts to enforced expansion and thus the pain again.

Pleasure is pro-survival.  Pain is contra-survival.

Hence all our conscious actions are directed towards obtaining pleasure and avoiding pain. But our sub-conscious instincts drive us and misdirect us towards pain – as a result of confusion – while actually seeking pleasure.

Pain is inevitable in life – as life is dynamic. But sufferance is optional. Read the rest of this entry

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