Perception has it ways and we can changed them… sometimes. The harder you try, the harder it gets.


Leah Fessler explains a few tricks to keep boundaries between our life and our work. Those tricks imply making the right questions to clarify the position, labeling if it does not imply judgment and avoiding to ask for a yes.


To get back my youth I would do anything in the world, except take exercise, get up early, or be respectable.

Oscar Wilde


Vividly-coloured and shaped like stars, ships, and castles, several churches in Kerala appear to defy one of the basic tenets of architecture as set by the influential American architect Louis Sullivan—“form follows function.”

Zinnia Ray Chaudhuri


This form of thinking is attributed to the concept of selective exposure, which leads people to be selective in how they acquire information, by choosing which new information they want to process, and which information they prefer to avoid. Essentially, people are selective in the information that they choose to deal with, and they sometimes actively avoid dealing with unpleasant news, even if those news contain important information.