About P P Wangchuk

The writer, a senior editor, has seen life at the Hindustan Times for almost three decades, and  is obsessed with writing on issues that make or break life. Having joined the newspaper as an idealist at 23, he has come a long way, and is today a realist and down-to-earth person. In between, he has handled Page 1 and the Edit Page for several years.

To walk is to wake up; and to wake up is to make up. And that means awareness — to be aware and sensitive towards all that we come across and see around. Walk itself is a great tool to rejuvenate and put in a fresh lease of life. I am fond of a new phrase that I coined recently — When nothing works, a walk works. [Read more]

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In today’s chaotic world, effective self-management is the key to keep ourselves in sanity. Self-management is disciplining one’s activities in order to make it useful and productive and not let life go haywire for the lack of a roadmap. [Read more]

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Stress is like a bomb you are carrying inside you, and it can kill you, any day. Therefore, the way to go is to kill it before it kills you. Instead of getting involved into the madness of your confusion that has caused your stress, you should try to get out of it, either by learning to ignore it or by finding a solution. [Read more]

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All good things happen because of change-that extra thing that makes the difference. That is why we say change is the way of life: Go for change and you will live to see tomorrow the way you want; resist it only to lose it. [Read more]

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When you learn that someone you “knew” for years has bid adieu and has gone to the “other world”, it unsettles you for quite some time. You may try to be philosophical and try to convince yourself that “what comes must go”, but we are basically quite weaklings for early recovery to sanity. [Read more]

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