This is the third time I am writing on the topic of life. Following are the previous posts on thoughts on life Life Thoughts on Life - 2 Over the years, my own realizations on life have been evolving. Personally, I am not interested in defending whatever my past self-used to believe. I think it is a critical trait that keeps mee continuously seeking the meaning of life. While I do not drastically contradict my past perspectives on life, I got to admit that evolution happens, and I consciously leave room for evolution of understanding on life. Happiness We all want to be happy. And there is a point in life where material or monetary gain no longer makes you happy as they used to be. There used to be a sense of achievement with a promotion or an increment in the job. But the more senior you get, the less attractive those become. Then you start to look around what real happiness is. And sometimes it happens to be that life’s meaning has more weight than the sheet seeking of happiness.
This post on lessons learnt was written by me about four years ago. I read this again in full yesterday after few years, and I got inspired myself from my own lessons. Life sure moved on since then, but most of the lessons mentioned in the post are timeless. We live in the age of social media where fake advice is all over the place. We are filled with baseless, useless, meatless, boneless arguments and advice each day over social media. The reality is, however, great insight takes time and take shape though painful gain. In the quest to attract skills, talent, people and eventually profits, the human resource functions in organisations has turned into fake rewards, fake appreciations and fake entertainment. Yet, the productivity, efficiency, accountability remains a key challenge for most organisations. The reality is the shallow techniques are not working any more. The young generation today are bombarded with information bites. I call them information bites, because, everything