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There is perfection in imperfection

Why do we feel we have to be good at something to try it, that we have to succeed at something in order to enjoy it, that we have to do something right before we feel accomplished ? Striving for … Continue reading

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India : about tribals and the worship of spirits

In India, the jungle is considered as a living universe built up by the 5 primordial elements ( water, fire, earth, air, space). The jungle is inhabited by animals and plants of course but also by spirits who move freely. … Continue reading

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The muslim castes in India

Hindus have their own caste system founded on the degree of ritual purity. But indian muslims have also a hierarchical system ( this goes against the koranic teaching of equality), with professions considered as more or less respectable and “pure”. But the muslim hierarchy … Continue reading

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India : why “small (business) is beautiful”

The persistence of the small businesses in the Indian subcontinent as well as in Asia is a current phenomenon. It is due to the tradition. In Asia, most of the entrepreneurs are not prepared to manage big sized enterprises because … Continue reading

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India : about a man who lives alone since years and corruption

In april 2012, elections were held in India. Something normal in a country that is proud to consider itself as the largest democracy in the world. Even if such a claim is a pure fallacy, a ( electronic) polling booth had been installed in the … Continue reading

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Nepal : retiring the nepalese way

At the confluence of the Trisuli and Kali Gandaki rivers, Devghat is a tranquil spot surrounded by the nature. The forest is everywhere, monkeys also. Many old hindu people come here to live their last days hoping to end the cycle of death and … Continue reading

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