Category Archives: Social Change

The Habit Loop: Cue, Routine, Reward, and a Dash of Craving

cue, a trigger for an automatic behavior to start unfolding; routine, which is the behavior itself; reward, which tells our brain whether we should store this habit for future use or not Continue reading

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Rani Rashmoni, a Path-Breaking Revolutionary

So many accomplishments in so many different areas of life. Rani Rashmoni is in every way an inspiration and role model for anyone who is trying to break barriers in any society. Continue reading

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Fish Good Luck Charm for Anemia

Appropriate technology is working tech + local contextual use… Continue reading

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Changing Social Systems with Appreciative Inquiry

Appreciative Inquiry suggests that we shift our frame of reference from one of “problem solving” to one that seeks to identify the sources available in any collection of people for inspiring, mobilizing, and sustaining positive change. Continue reading

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Struggle Between the Right and Left Hands

Why undo with your left hand what you do with your right? Clothing the naked one day – and burning them alive the next? Giving drink to the thirsty on Monday, only to destroy the water works on Tuesday? Continue reading

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Which Way Forward for India, Progress, & Environment — Hero or Villain?

It is now up to us to decide whether India will be the hero or villain in deciding what road to take for the future. Let us create a new world where material, physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of everyone and everything, especially the environment, matters. Continue reading

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