I was recently shared an article from a surgeon about his experience with how vacation time worked at his hospital. His hospital had recently instituted a policy that surgeons (who don’t have a fixed hour workweek) could take more than their allotted leaves if they forfeited their pay for the extra days they took off. […]
Individuals and their moral obligations to defeat social injustices in society or immediate vicinity.
Are secular societies better at assimiliating immigrants compared to not so secular ones?
Viktor Frankl was an Austrian neurologist and psychiatrist as well as a Holocaust survivor. In his book – Man’s Search For Meaning, he writes about the psychology of the prisoners in the Holocaust concentration camps. I very recently read a passage on suffering (and what meaning people can derive from it) in Frankl’s amazing book. […]
Up until a few days ago I was not fully aware of the implications of systematic discrimination and bias against a particular race or ethnicity on its future generations. A lot has been said about how assimiliation of people from races or ethnicities discriminated against in the past into the mainstream economy is an arduous […]
I was sitting on the upper deck of the tram on my way to a friend’s place earlier today. It was raining heavily and it was a pleasure to hear the pattering outside, but my attention was drawn towards the very front. A very agitated kid of around 18 was standing in front of his […]