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Social Engineering tools and wisdom

Balayogi Venkataraman [themify_hr color=”red”] Economics and politics –the holons in social engineering. In the past century three major areas have influenced and impacted to a great extent in the field of social engineering. They have been history, economics and politics along with all their theories, ideologies, ideas, and tall claims and counter claims; credible achievements as […]

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When reality is restricted by identity and rationality is relegated, then, sobriety is causality and moderation is a mute spectator

Balyogi Venkataraman [themify_hr color=”red”] Impact matters-a definite yes, in all spheres of activity. But allowing oneself to get overly impacted or influenced by any particular thought, idea, ideology, philosophy, concept, culture, stream or subject of pursuit , pursuing what one likes innately, what appeals one’s emotions, intellect, what gives pleasure to one’s senses, trying to […]

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When reality is restricted by identity and rationality is relegated, then, sobriety is causality and moderation is a mute spectator

Balyogi Venkataraman [themify_hr color=”red”] Impact matters-a definite yes, in all spheres of activity. But allowing oneself to get overly impacted or influenced by any particular thought, idea, ideology, philosophy, concept, culture, stream or subject of pursuit , pursuing what one likes innately, what appeals one’s emotions, intellect, what gives pleasure to one’s senses, trying to […]

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Can any single ideology arrogate itself to extrapolate everything?

Balyogi Venkataraman The greatest mistakes in our relationships, overall perceptions and evaluations are because we read three fourths, listen half, understand quarter, think zero and are indifferent to the impact of our actions, reactions, thoughts and words on humanity and the environment. [themify_hr color=”red”] Worse still, can that ideology accuse others of whipping up passions? […]

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Can any single ideology arrogate itself to extrapolate everything?

Balyogi Venkataraman The greatest mistakes in our relationships, overall perceptions and evaluations are because we read three fourths, listen half, understand quarter, think zero and are indifferent to the impact of our actions, reactions, thoughts and words on humanity and the environment. [themify_hr color=”red”] Worse still, can that ideology accuse others of whipping up passions? […]