Tokyo is a beautiful city if you like humans and urban living. If you love the greens, it’s probably not a place you might enjoy. I shared some of my reasons on moving to Tokyo in an earlier blog. My experiences over the last few months have been from “Oh my god. Why did I do this to myself!” to “How could I have ever lived in another city?”. I decided to move here only after doing a very quick analysis on cost of living. I had heard a lot of stories ranging from it’s not so bad to it’s crazy expensive. So after having lived here 3 months, I can share some more details on what to expect and what not to. Continue reading
There has been lot of talk lately around Empathy. Most of it has been in context of a workplace. I work at a workplace and have done so for a few years now. It is not easy to understand empathy even though it is primitively simple in definition. Empathy means the ability to understand and share the feelings of other. Makes sense to me, and perhaps to you too!
Now why is empathy so important? I think that empathy is directly related to the ability of building relationships. We believe that in order to form meaningful relationships empathy is perhaps a pre-requisite. I wont deny that! In order to form deep relationships it is very important to understand what other people feel more than what they say. In fact of all the strong relationships I have built it was empathy that was the building block of these relationships.