Welcome to our page on Thinking. On this page, we present links to some of our more thought provoking essays on various subjects. Some of these essays are challenging in that these make you think. But, that is a good thing.
Our feature image was taken on Saturday, 20 September 2014, at The Exploratorium in San Francisco. If you look at the photo, you will see that it has an optical illusion effect.
Do the oft cited opinion polls measure people’s views, or do these polls shape our views?
The differences in the sexes (women and men) are rooted in the differences in their respective brains.
A short essay on what is happening right now, this instant.
What if there were nothing? No thing whatsoever. Read this short, popular essay.
One of our earliest essays. On poverty and economic opportunity.
Some personal reflections.
A more comprehensive view of justice.
Some thoughts on the Buddhist ideal of the bodhisattva.
The paradoxes and ironies in the life of a saint.
The eastern concept of Karma – does it really explain or account for what we see in this world, and in our lives and in the lives of others?
Next, we have 2 essays in one.
Thoughts on life in this world.
Would a longer human life span make sense?
Some thoughts on today’s society and we modern humans.
Another of our earliest essays. How do we conduct a “just” war? How should we?
An early essay that challenges atheists.
An essay on the “near death” state.
Another early essay that is one of our most read essays.
The nature of God, from a Vedic perspective.
A challenging essay to write as the book that inspired it was difficult to read. God, and our individual consciousness.
Here is a bonus. We have a few times written short stories, very short.
You might also be interested in the essays on our Living page.
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