The world celebrates International Justice Day on July 17. It marks the coming together of people from all walks of life to support the idea of justice, victims' rights and most importantly ensuring no crime.
This International Justice Day, let's strive for safeguarding people's rights and uphold personal freedom.The day is a reminder of the significance of social justice for the underprivileged.
Emotional Intelligence is a combination of many things. We all are socially bonded, each of us have our own emotions and even have different ways of letting them out.
It's a must have ability in this modern generation.
How do we India's use Emotional Intelligence to our benefit?
Do we use it unknowingly as well?
Emotional Intelligence was developed by Peter Salovey and John Mayer. In simple words it is the ability to understand, use, and manage your own emotions in positive ways with others, overcome challenges and defuse conflict.
Learning and developing Skill sets is an essential thing for your academic, job/career. United Nations General Assembly declared 15 July as World Youth Skills Day.
Unemployment rate across the world has been increasing since 2017. One of the major reason for Unemployment to me is lack of skill set, they have to selected and developed w.r.t the filed of work you are in.
The World Happiness Report 2021, issued by the UN says that India rank 139th in world's happiest countries list.
This report focuses on the effects of Covid-19 and how people all over the world have fared.
Many factors play a crucial role in happiness of a country, from mental well-being to women's security.
No doubt that Pandemic taught us many things. But it would be misleading if I say, that this Pandemic has only taught us positive things.
It has undoubtedly taught us how negative a situation might get, how to live in fear and how to believe despite of that fear.
It even left most of the people depressed, anxious, broken and alone. This pandemic might go away, but the lesson it taught us won't.
To me it is nothing short of a great resurrection.
In the absence of Virat Kohli, the Indian cricket second-string squad is sent to Sri Lanka and will be led by Shikhar Dhawan for a white ball tour.
Rahul Dravid named as head coach for the tour, it should a great learning curve for young cricketers who will be part of this tour.
With ICC T-20 world cup coming up, this tour can also be seen as an experiment to try new players at new positions for big tournaments. All in all it's an young and promising team. Hope they can deliver when it matters.
Either small or big, right or wrong we all have opinions.
Some of us share our opinions and some of us don't.
Some opinions might be valuable and while some might not be as valuable.
In the end every thought, opinion and voice matters.
And it's ok if your opinions and thoughts are different from others!
Sometimes, it's ok to be alone and figure things out.
It's ok to give yourself some time to heal.
It's ok to overthink about something, it's ok to have multiple opinions and it's ok to share how you feel.