Almost every day we hear news about people complaining of higher rents and increasing property prices, especially in bigger cities of Germany. Why is there so much fuss about higher rents? Tenant culture started after the World War 2, when government had to provide social housing since there were buildings destroyed, poverty and hunger and… More Why people in Germany like to be Tenants!
This is the first article on demand. Whole week (and even more) can be spent reading about causes, therapies, triggers, biological process and physiological consequences of stress. Stress is body’s reaction to something unfamiliar, unwanted, unpleasant, rigorous, painful etc. Stress mostly occurs in today’s world when you are not doing what you would like to… More Why are we stressed beings!
Yesterday I saw my kids after my working hours in the play ground. After playing in sand and on swings, we came home and had a bath. Julian (my son) spoke few sentences to me in German to which I responded happily. My mistake! Julian: “Papa, you can speak German” (I speak only Hindi to… More Father Tongue!
Phones are becoming from invention to luxury to convenience to a distraction. It is impossible to have a normal conversation (leave alone intense or serious communication) without having a person looking at or typing on the mobile phone. People are always sticking to their smart phones (reading, typing or talking) and therefore: Walking slower (on… More Lost in smart phones!
I have been thinking for a long time to take my son to my office just for the reason that he sees where and how I work. My son often wants to stay at home in the early morning and not go to the crèche (he enjoys however with his friends as soon as he… More Taking kids at work
Do most of us work to live or live to work? Not being in the work, earn and spend merry go round, for most of the people it as a sign of resignation and lazyness. Work is anything which we do under obligation. We have created goals to measure this obligation. Most of the people… More Work and Wolidays!
An end to something is only a beginning for another. Nature’s rule is to transfer the resources, space and livingness from one to another. Resisting that transfer is ought to bring misery.