Do We Need to Autocorrect?

Do We Need to Autocorrect?

In an effort to make typing easier, Dean Hachamovitch invented AutoCorrect, while working on the Word team at Microsoft in the 1990s. The first word to ever be autocorrected is ‘teh’. His goal was to make typing smooth as speaking from a teleprompter. Ken Kocienda...
Sacred Courage

Sacred Courage

A Healthy Dose of Sacred Courage Sacred courage is something we get to experience in our lifetime. Who would have thought that being courageous involves us becoming compassionate, truthful and loving? Courage,” Plato wrote, “is knowing what is not to be feared.” What...
Cracking Our Shell

Cracking Our Shell

My friend Archana Parsai Gehlot shared this message today that looks at cracking our shell: “When an egg is broken by outside force, life ends. When broken by inside force, life begins. Great things always begin from inside.“ When I read it for the first time, I...
No Longer Afraid

No Longer Afraid

Why Are We Afraid? We have constructed a society where popularity is foundational and there is a strong focus on social status, reputation and being liked by as many people as possible. Being socially conditioned to success at all costs is part of the rat race, which...

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