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Human intellect is an explorer. It wants to know more about the sensory inputs received through man’s senses. If something more than what is already known is found, it is encouraged to go deeper. However, man’s intellect is rather casual and much less enthusiastic about going deeper into the man’s inner feelings. It often takes many things for granted about human feelings.

True introspection is a rarity. The man lacks an adequate measure of scientific temperament about the matters of his inner self. He is often found to celebrate his biases and prejudices. Why is he much inclined to keep many things about his own self under the wraps? Is it because they may reveal to him, in a naked form, what the man does not want to know? Does he find living his entire life without abandoning his conceit, more appropriate? Does the man’s ego in its distorted from making the man alien to himself?

[The writer of this blog is also the author of “Mahatma A Scientist of the Intuitively Obvious” and “In Search of Our Wonderful Words”.]