What is in a name?
What is in a name? In our lives, our names are often considered to be the most important labels for our individual identity. As our names are the means by which we introduce ourselves and how we represent ourselves to various authorities, via our recognised official documents. Yet, a deeper reflection on the use of our names, as a label for our identity, will bring with it many interesting issues
Transformation Our universe is undergoing continuous transformations, which we term as evolution. However, our perception of this evolution is often focused on its physical or material appearance, even if it is in regard to life itself. Therefore, scientists often focus on the evolution of life, or the universe through observing purely physical changes within it. However, spiritual seekers don’t confine their observations of this evolution to purely physical means, as
Darkness and Light
Darkness and Light Whether we realise it or not our universe is underpinned by the joining of contrasting forces, which often produce paradoxes. In fact, one can say it’s a sign of the greatness of the Creator who can produce a universe based on bringing together paradoxes. These paradoxes are often only resolved by a knowledge that shifts our perspectives. Thus, according to a certain viewpoint one can say that
First in First Out (FIFO) vs Last in First Out (LIFO)
First in First Out (FIFO) vs Last in First Out (LIFO) In a world obsessed with rank and position, we often encounter issues related to being first or last in something. In the world of accounting FIFO and LIFO, are two means of counting inventory and how to depreciate the inventory and offset it against income, in a form of depreciation expense, with each method having its own pros and
(Watkins Magasine) THE SOURCE AND THE VESSEL: Journeying from Form to Reality
Read one of our latest articles written by Mehrdad Noorani, featured on the Watkins Magasine website: THE SOURCE AND THE VESSEL: Journeying from Form to Reality Over a thousand years ago a certain spiritual master expressed many of the principles, and obstacles we all face in our everyday and spiritual lives by famously declaring that ‘the water takes the shape of the container that contains it’ . Deep reflection will no
GOLDEN SILENCE: Out of our five physical senses our sense of hearing has the greatest range. Given this fact, it is not surprising that sounds often represent the greatest source of disturbance to our inner peace in relation to our external environment. Nonetheless, even if we could shut ourselves off from all sounds, through headphones or other means, this does not mean we have attained any type of inner peace.