Parallel worlds!


We live in parallel worlds. What is considered right in one country may be deemed wrong in the neighbouring country. It may be primarily influenced by differing cultures and societal norms. These cultural and societal frameworks shape our perceptions of morality, priorities, decisions, and actions.

This phenomenon extends beyond national borders to families, groups, sects, and even individuals. While we strive for uniformity in business operations, standard operating procedures, and alignment in vision, we must acknowledge that uniformity is often influenced by diversity. This diversity, rather than being a hurdle, presents a unique opportunity for leveraging varied perspectives to our advantage.