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An Ode to Minnows

By Tajammul Kothari, published on Sep 10, 2013

With the completion of the London Olympics and the recently concluded IAAF Championships, one thing is evident that it is the smaller nations that are making greater strides in sports and gone are the days of the superpowers. In the early days, no one could ever imagine a small country getting their name in the medal list but now with the times changing, every country has an opportunity to achieve accolades in their respected area.

It seems that sports can be divided into two eras: Pre & Post Superpower. In the pre era, developed countries like US, Soviet Union, Germany etc... (more)

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Positions, Designations And What Not ...

By Tajammul Kothari, published on Aug 6, 2013

For the life of me, I don’t understand the reason for people being obsessed with positions. Every individual wants to have a certain designation in their lives so that they can boast about it to their fellow human beings.

Is a title or a designation so important that they cannot do their normal work without it? Whenever a person is asked about their career; they proudly brag about their position and to confirm quickly give out their business card.

Humanity appears to have reached a man’s designation is of more value than the character of the man. It seems that one can attain anything... (more)

Tags: social, ego, designations, positions

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