What Social Classes Owe to Each Other

It would be wonderful if our schools exposed students to those great ideas that are the foundation upon which our modern civilization is built. These ideas are primarily from the social sciences. Social sciences, such as economics, explore and explain how society functions, and the pathology of failed societies. Among great ideas, I think the … Continue reading What Social Classes Owe to Each Other

Government as the Overlord

Even though I know precious little about the formation of mass psychology, I am certain that how the citizens of a nation collectively view the world must have a causal relationship with the fortunes of a nation. As individuals we are singularly powerless to alter the environment we grow up in. We have to take … Continue reading Government as the Overlord

Webinar on “The Path to Prosperity” Today

Today, Saturday 20th October, Rajesh Jain and I will be hosting a webinar titled "How to Walk the Path to Prosperity". It starts at 8:30 PM India time (8 AM Pacific, 11 AM Eastern.) Register here for the event. To join the webinar, click on this zoom link at 8:30 PM India time (8 AM … Continue reading Webinar on “The Path to Prosperity” Today

Modi Needs You to Transform India

Here we go again. Now that India's 2019 general elections are just a few months away, Mr Modi wants you to help him "transform India." Here's an opportunity for India's best brains to work for PM Modi's campaign in 2019.  Take a sabbatical from your current job and work with Nation with NaMo till May … Continue reading Modi Needs You to Transform India

Curing a disease by intensifying its causes

"War is a judgement that overtakes societies when they have been living upon ideas that conflict too violently with the laws governing the universe ... Never think that wars are irrational catastrophes: they happen when wrong ways of thinking and living bring about intolerable situations." -- Dorothy L Sayers.[1] That quote is from E. F. Schumacher's book Small is … Continue reading Curing a disease by intensifying its causes