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"People have the choice," Rosh smiled, "but not a right, to commit suicide, and therefore the State does not have to protect it. Suicide is legal only so that the victim is not punished (to protect life)."
"However, I agree that it is important that suffering should not be prolonged unnecessarily."
Our education system has become a race. A race amongst all sorts of participants. Fast and slow, bright and dumb.
And it’s not always the fast or bright who get to win this race. Like in the old Aesopian fable about a race between a hare and a tortoise.
"You've always been the second boy, spotting opportunities where others couldn't see them. Finding silver linings even in manure! Put the same hat on."
"Your real boss is the one who walks around under your own hat."
Understanding your partner is easy. Just a few simple rules, which a woman should know.
Rosh tells Isha what men want & how to keep men happy.
Unwelcome guests can become useful citizens, given the chance.
Yet, International Governments desire normal migrants & detest illegal refugees.
Story on the refugee debate.
‘What do we work for?’ Rosh reflects, when his son tries to buy an hour of his time.
For money, or for the ability to spend our time & money with our loved ones...
What is mine? What is yours? Is it borrowed wealth or real capital?
What is this world, this life? These possessions, these relationships?
Insightful Sufi story...
"The first type is The Onion Salary."
"You get it, you open it, and you weep."
Who packs our parachutes?
Story about recognizing and being grateful to people who support us in our life’s journey.
Also, Rosh’s reflections on 2016 milestones
"Biological aging happens at two levels - one at the level of my whole being which you call Pa, and another at the part level of my individual cells that make up my body."
"The age of my whole body is different from the age of my individual cells just like the age of your toy car may be different from the age of its individual parts.”
The sun had vanished. Rosh sat alone in the dark conservatory. Finally, he could bear it no more. A solitary tear rolled down his cheeks.
As if on cue, the dark clouds opened their hearts and wept with pain all night.
Yours Faithfully – a funny story with a retold joke about a miser who wanted his wealth buried with him.
His faithful wife kept her promise, but...
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