Even Aristotle Introduces Pain As The Catalyst Of Learning

Many decades ago, Aristotle uttered that “learning is not child’s play; we cannot learn without pain.” In the real world, these words still appear authentic. In the current century, we struggle to swallow as much knowledge as we can in a short span of time. We aim to grab the most effective learning. And this […]

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Feeling happy in someone’s pain

Feeling Happy In Someone’s Pain Is No Good At All

Feeling happy in someone’s pain is not acceptable. Yes, it is unacceptable but only for others, and if the happy person is you, then? It is indeed a crucial question. Thousands of examples show how people become happy by seeing others in acute problematic situations. They even sometimes feel joy after seeing their close ones […]

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happiness is a pretence

Does The Manifestation Of Happiness Is A Pretence When Pain Is Lurking Inside?

Great philosophers always opine that dichotomy is the essence of timeless creation. But can this be true in human life? Can human life bear pain with a face of happiness? Or it is a mere pretence! Yes, it is indeed a crucial question – does the manifestation of happiness is a pretence when the suffering is severe […]

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