Rahul.

Instagram is a distraction. Facebook is a distraction. Netflix is a distraction. This seems like common sense today.

The question is, is it really a distraction? Or is it just that with most influences around us asserting that it is a distraction, we have started believing that it is a distraction?

And if it were truly a distraction, then it means that there must be something else that we must have rather been doing that features as ‘not a distraction’, right?

Do we even know what counts as ‘not a distraction’ for us? Can we begin to seek that?

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Exploration has a ripple effect.

Only she is a teacher, who is an explorer.

For she would have never known who she was and why she was here, if she little explored.

For only an explorer can teach them how to explore.

For she who does not teach how to explore is not a ̶g̶o̶o̶d̶ teacher.

So, how could we educate 472 million children, when teachers there are not?

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Rahul.

Rahul.

Dharma alone leads to a beautiful world. Not capitalism, not socialism, or anything else. This is the fundamental truth that drives me. I explore it fearlessly.