Philosophical Talks on the Bhagavad-Gita

I am doing a series of four talks, one each Saturday in October. The first talk on October 10th was viewed by more than 1000 people and was well-received. Please join my next talk on my YouTube channel ‘Ashwini Mokashi Talks’ at 8.30 am EST, if you are on the east coast of USA orContinue reading “Philosophical Talks on the Bhagavad-Gita”

Ethical Dilemmas Affect Employee Morale and Business Bottomline

By Ashwini Mokashi, Ph.D. Business dilemmas, especially those involving ethical issues, have a far deeper impact on the employee morale, the business bottomline and sometimes even on the economy of the country, if the problem is seriously widespread. The dilemmas may seem trivial to begin with, but they have a potential to put the organizationContinue reading “Ethical Dilemmas Affect Employee Morale and Business Bottomline”

Please Watch My Talk at APPA

My talk on ‘Wisdom Leads to Happiness’ covers a lot of details of my research, my course and my experiences in the field of Philosophical Counseling. I hope you will listen to it. Please like, share and subscribe to my blog. Thank you APPA for giving me a chance to present this talk at theContinue reading “Please Watch My Talk at APPA”

Blood-Drives During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Ever since the Covid-19 pandemic started, the need for blood-donations became even greater to help support the patients at the hospitals. Montgomery EMS, where I volunteer my time as an Associate and Blood-drive Co-ordinator has been doing what we can to alleviate this situation for the nearby hospitals. So far we have held six drivesContinue reading “Blood-Drives During the Covid-19 Pandemic”

Glück messen

German Translation of the article ‘Measuring Happiness’ Von Ashwini Mokashi, Ph.D. ©, ehemaliger Präsident des Princeton Research Forum Jedes Jahr wird am 20. März der Internationale Tag des Glücks gefeiert. Unter den gegenwärtigen Umständen der Angst vor Coronavirus, Ausgangssperren und sozialer Distanzierung, Arbeit oder Schule von zu Hause aus – glücklich zu sein scheint eineContinue reading “Glück messen”

Using Leisure to Improve Lives

Thank you APPA (American Philosophical Practitioners’ Association) for publishing my article entitled ‘Using Leisure to Improve Lives – Epictetus, Seneca and Indian Philosophy‘. The special double issue is based on the theme of how Philosophy can help during a global pandemic. Below is the pdf of my article. For more information about the journal, pleaseContinue reading “Using Leisure to Improve Lives”

My Talk at APPA on Saturday, July 11th

Thanks to Prof. Lou Marinoff (President of APPA) and the board of Directors at the American Philosophical Practitioners Association for inviting me to deliver a lecture at their annual meeting. My talk is held on July 11th from 2.30 pm to 3.45 pm on the topic of ‘Wisdom Leads to Happiness‘. Please join us forContinue reading “My Talk at APPA on Saturday, July 11th”

My Talk at the Princeton University Hindu Life Program

*** TOMORROW *** SAPIENS & STHITAPRAJNAa Comparative Exploration of Seneca’s Stoicism and the Bhagavad-Gita a wisdom talk by Ashwini Mokashi, PhD SP Pune University,Princeton Research Forum  Wednesday, June 24 | 6pm EDTon ZOOM Click hereto join at the time of the event.__ What makes one a wise person? How should one act in the world to be happy? What is a life well-lived? These central questions drive both the StoicContinue reading “My Talk at the Princeton University Hindu Life Program”