The trinity of transparency, accountability and efficiency are also at play in the world of public health. In the book Governing Global Health by Chelsea Clinton and Devi Sridhar, that I am reading now, this theme comes up time and again. They both argue that among the various organizations that they have studied in the… Continue reading The trinity of nonprofit sector: Time to revisit some assumptions?
I am writing this on the second day of election results, that have shaken the country; rather badly. With the election of Donald Trump, Washington D.C., is in mourning. It looks and feels like almost all of the country is at the precipice of something. Mainstream media are still coming to terms with what this… Continue reading Is the ‘American mythos’ in need of revision?
“When you arise in the morning, think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive – to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to live “ – Marcus Aurelius. I want you to reflect on this positive, life-enforcing thought before I get into discussing death. Close your eyes for a minute and take the… Continue reading Zen and the art of dying ? De-constructing the cultural norms and aesthetics of death talk