दहलीज -कविता

Where words are restrained, the eyes often talk a great deal.

Samuel Richardson

मैं आँखों से बातें करती रही ……..

वे लबों को निहारते रहे।


पर खङी रही,

मुलाकात नहीं हुई,

मैं नजरों से पुकारती रही,

वे आवाज का  इंतज़ार करते  रहे।


Face Situations in Contemporary Japan (A Qualitative Research)

Face Situations in Contemporary Japan (A Qualitative Research)
by mathias sager • March 10, 2017 •


Self-esteem seems to play a significant role in one’s quality of life. A key factor positively influencing self-esteem is the possibility to freely choose one’s relationships. Japanese tend to report comparatively low self-esteem levels, what may be due to modesty considerations though too. The prevalent East Asian concept of ‘face’ reflects one’s evaluation of how the self is seen by others, while the concept of self-esteem represents the own notion of the self. This article did qualitatively investigate what current and emerging situations in Japan are that require (new) responses from Japanese to maintain their face and to positively cultivate self-esteem. The interviews conducted revealed that losing face seems to involve a shame creating publication of a person’s inadequacy to meet social expectations that are formally or informally agreed respectively ingrained in the culture. Participants expressed some difficulties even for Japanese to interpret what in a particular relationship would be considered common sense and what adequate communication styles are. Social status and seniority are increasing one’s face value. Such value can be lent to others in the form of shared reputation and trust. The concept of face, rather than about self-esteem, seems to be about the maintenance or increase of social relational value. In conclusion, the learning and application of well adaptive communication and coping styles are required to successfully manage mixed low and high contexts in changing private and workplace situations in Japan.

Source: Face Situations in Contemporary Japan (A Qualitative Research)

ईश्वर की खोज में 2 -कविता In search of GOD-Poem

religion 1


इंसानियत में बसता हूं

और लोग मुझे मजहबों में ढूंढते हैं।

Image courtesy internet.




पालक पत्ता से धड़कता मानव हृदय ऊतक Spinach Leaf Transformed Into Beating Human Heart Tissue



Left: A decellularized spinach leaf is pictured before dye is added to test its ability to filter blood through tissue.Right: Picture of a spinach leaf after it successfully demonstrated red dye could be pumped through its veins, simulating the blood, oxygen and nutrients human heart tissue needs to grow.

Using the plant like scaffolding, scientists built a mini version of a working heart, which may one day aid in tissue regeneration.


  वैज्ञानिकों ने पालक पत्ता से धड़कता मानव हृदय ऊतक बनाया । काम करते   दिल का एक मिनी संस्करण है, जो हो सकता है यह एक दिन  ऊतक पुनर्जनन बनाने में  सहायता हो ।


and interne.

News -http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/03/human-heart-spinach-leaf-medicine-science/

ईश्वर की खोज में 1-कविता In search of GOD-Poem

Where can we go to find God if we cannot see Him in our own hearts and in every living being.

Swami Vivekananda

NEWS,   27/03/2017

1. Tamil Nadu Youth Hacked To Death For Being Atheist,

2. Wanted to attack UP dargah, Imambara and cleric before Ujjain blast, accused tells NIA.

3.22/3 London attack.

And countless other such news…………….

धर्म ना मानो तो मुश्किल,

मेरा धर्म न मानो तो भी मुश्किल,

पता नहीं गीता, रामायण, कुरान, बाइबल..

किसने कहा  भगवान अलग-अलग हैं?

लेकिन  लगता है हम उन्हें अलग करके ही मानेंगे!

क्या हम इस सीमा से आगे यह नहीं सोंच सकते हैं कि

हम इंसान हैं.

image courtesy  internet.