Fundamentals of Learning and Action

Fundamentals of Learning and Action
Liberty has to be discretely negotiated and sensitively implemented. Otherwise, conflict takes over. It can be subtle and not so subtle. It can be oral and indeed at times even physical. That too is another story.

“Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty” is a reported statement of Edmund Burke. The statement carries with it a strong element of truth which has been tested repeatedly in ground conditions. Just like in a family, in all social groups there is at times a subtle and not so subtle struggle for contro over the decision making process. Take marriage for instance: in the early years both people in a couple situation are indulging in the same struggle for control but in the first flush of institutionalised physical attraction and an imagined idolisation of each other’s virtues, each of the couple concedes ground to the other member of the couple. It is popularly labelled as ‘love’. It may or may not be ‘love’. It may be just attraction or it may be just a feeling of happiness over yielding control to the other person. Over the years as attraction becomes stale and one’s own habits of early years of growth become more prominent, so called ‘love’ yields ground to a tussle for assertion. In the early years, of this phase,...

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Dr. Vinayshil Gautam

Internationally acclaimed management expert. Chairman, DKIF

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Internationally acclaimed management expert. Chairman, DKIF

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