What Chinese can teach us?

Have you ever thought, “Why american hamburger is quite easier to make, why Indian Biryani is quite complicated, why Chinese dishes simmer for a long time before they are served” Psyche is one of the deep topics within realms of psychological philosophy. A collection of mind impulses and their realisation in terms of actions. Short term […]

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Are celebrities good for any society?

Absolutely not! Rather excess number of celebrities indicates a subtle social problem in a society. As we believe the unequal distribution of money causes fundamental societal problems in long run, same case applies to fame as well. As money accumulates itself through a vicious cycle so is the fame. Fame multiplies through the fame itself. […]

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A conversation with a wise man

On a beautiful evening, I was sitting on a high mountain. Clear sky with lovely stars and good weather. The weather inside me was very terrible though. There was a hidden storm of strong sentiments. I felt waves of emotions were striking against walls of my heart. Suddenly the streams of emotions found no other outlet but my […]

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How we see American Society!

What we see in American society now, is an excellent example of outcomes of sustained ‘McCarthyism’ for over 2 decades. Leftist voices had been suppressed for quite long time and now we have a society which crave for a genuine leftist movement but also lured by extremist right elements. A fundamentally divided society!

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Karl Marx and Class Struggle

While discussing the class struggle, Marx didn’t focus on CLASSES (parties) but on the STRUGGLE. According to marx, classes don’t only struggle to make history, but it is the struggle let classes to recognise themselves. Struggle leads to conflicts. Through CONFLICT classes develop sense of themselves and without conflict there is no such thing as […]

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Notion of Nationalism

Nationalism is an illusion, letting miserable people to feel proud for the sake of incomprehensible achievement. Nationalism serves as an auxiliary identity of a person, a subservient line of division between humans. Humans are not only divided between Pakistani, Indian, English or American. Infact more relevantly between poor and rich, oppressed and oppressors, being exploited […]

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What a criminal produces?

A philosopher produces ideas, a poet poems, a cobbler shoes, a professor compendia and so on. A criminal produces crimes. It is highly interesting, if we take a closer look at the production of crime and society as a whole we can rid ourself of many prejudices about criminals. A criminal does not only produces […]

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O my soul – A poem

O my soul, where are you? Do you hear me? I speak, I call you – are you there? I have returned, I am here again. My body has been your house for a while. I travelled in the landscapes of imagination lured by a hope of meeting you. I always wanted to uncover the […]

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What you resist, persists!

Human soul is captive of emotions. We carve reasons to authenticate subconscious impulses of our brain i.e. feelings. It is like a boat surviving against a strong stream of river. Interestingly certain feelings stay far longer than the other. The moments of happiness are usually tangibly short while people feel depression for far longer, sometimes […]

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Paradox of Power

Power is defined as ability to influence others. Apparently looking very simple, notion of power is highly complex and difficult to comprehend. Entities which apparently look very powerful are usually weak and vice versa. The key is psychologically humans reject any symbol of power as it threaten their survival. So the power of the powerful […]

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