Monday, 01 October, 2012
K Haridas Nair

K Haridas Nair reflects on new insights into the principle that 'Change starts with me' gained during a course run by the Arbinger Institute at the recent Tools for Change -KL 2012 conference.

Wednesday, 16 November, 2011
K Haridas Nair

Ahimsa, or ‘non-injury’, has been the inspiration behind the non-violent movements that sprung up in India and was much in vogue during the Indian Independence struggle. Today it is in forefront of the anti-corruption call in India. K Haridas Nair relates Ahisma to the idea of Absolute Love in the fourth (and last) of our series looking at core moral values from an Eastern perspective.

Monday, 15 August, 2011
K Haridas Nair

K Haridas Nair from Malaysia looks at the idea of absolute unselfishness through the Hindu path of 'Karma yoga' – or selfless action. This is the third of a series in which we look at core moral values from an Eastern perspective.

Wednesday, 29 June, 2011
K Haridas Nair

K Haridas Nair from Malaysia looks at the idea of absolute purity. 'Brahmacharya' represents the Hindu equivalent for absolute purity, a concept which moves beyond the notion of controlling one's mind and passions to one of managing one's emotions and senses. This is the second of a series in which we look at core moral values from an Eastern perspective.

Thursday, 23 June, 2011
Trishna Banerjee Nair

Applying to study economics in the USA, Trishna Banerjee Nair was asked to write on a number of topics, including 'Is constant honesty necessary for society?' This was her unexpected answer...

Friday, 27 May, 2011
K Haridas Nair

K Haridas Nair from Malaysia looks at the idea of absolute honesty from an Eastern perspective and finds that it is connected to the will to act in a broader sense. This is the first of a series in which we look at core moral values from an Eastern perspective.

Tuesday, 26 January, 2010
K Haridas Nair

K Haridas, vice-chairman of IofC Malaysia.Why do people who have attained significant achievements suddenly fall apart? …The latest victim to fall from grace is talented golf star Tiger Woods. K Haridas looks at the choices which build character, even for those who fall from grace.

Thursday, 05 March, 2009
K Haridas Nair

Keynote address was given to the ‘Tools for Change – KL’ conference in Malaysia, 26 February – 1 March 2009, by K Haridas, vice-chairman of IofC Malaysia.