Life is interesting like Mathematics. Like Mathematics, life keeps presenting newer and newer problems before people that demands their immediate attention in order to solve these. Life is a Mathematical problem to solve, but Mathematical problems are way easier to solve than life problems, atleast Mathematical problems have solved examples for reference. Many a times, it's… Continue reading Life’s Mathematical Problems.
Once upon a time, William Shakespeare was noted saying, "What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet." The nameless notion got buried with the famous poet. Many cultures witness grand naming ceremonies for the newly born. Name is so very important that there are also researches… Continue reading What’s in a name, U.S.?
Mirror, mirror on the wall has a question for all. Imagine the mirror asking people as to what makes them stand so tall even after going through a great fall? Each human brain would come up with diverse intriguing ideas in reply to the wall, here, my answer would be self-reflection and self-resilience. In terms… Continue reading Mirroring Self-Reflection.
There’s a famous quote that states, “Every virtue carried to the extreme, is a vice.” No wonder why it's so true that too much of anything and everything is bad because it robs people's mental peace and happiness. Too much of comparison results in unhealthy competition in terms of physical appearances, personal relationships, and professional… Continue reading Imperfection over Perfection.
There are 365 days in a year and no two days are the same, some days just go too good and some days just go plain and bad. Then, there are some days which make people wonder and ask themselves, "What's exactly happening? Where is life heading to? Will life ever follow the right plan?"… Continue reading Life’s a Blessing in Disguise.
Literacy is more than just the ability to read, write and count. Education is what remains after one has forgotten whatever one has learnt in school. Literacy is the education of mind, a lifelong process based on continuous learning. Many times it takes years to be educated in the real sense, but at the end when people… Continue reading Superheroes Promoting Literacy.
The Oxford dictionary defines freedom as, "the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint." It's a free state of not being imprisoned or enslaved, with the absence of subjection to any foreign domination or despotic government. Freedom is a complete state of bliss where people can freely… Continue reading Freedom in 21st Century.
Out of 7.6 billion people, the number gets randomly distributed to act as friends for different group of people. There's a common saying, "Birds of feathers flocked together," which holds true for friendship. The bond of friendship begins with the statement, "Wait, you too and I thought I was the only one." Rowing is the… Continue reading The Friendship Bond.
Tick, tick, tick, and that's how clocks keep moving every year, month, week, day, hour, minute and second. The ticking clock makes time fly within blink of seconds. With regard to time, Paulo Coelho quoted, "Do something instead of killing time. Because time is killing you.” The concept of time is such an illusion, it makes people believe that… Continue reading Illusionary Time Concept.
The current scenario of the world witnesses selfishness more than selflessness. Selfishness has become a more natural phenomenon than selflessness, almost to an extent that when someone cheats on people, they consider it fine and an expected response, but, get perplexed when someone doesn't and instead comes forward to help by exhibiting an unexpected selfless… Continue reading Scientific Selfishness Stories.