We believe whatever we see, as truth. We also believe something we don't even see as the ultimate truth of life. But that is not the topic I intend to write on! Movies and television highly influences children and the impact of the influence sustains with them even during their adulthood. If a kid was … Continue reading Forget the reel ones. Let’s celebrate the real superstars!
Imagine, what would a seed of a plant or a tree think when it gets buried in a pit. A hot, humid place filled with darkness would look and feel like a hell without an escape. The seed would assume that its life had come to an end. But, in fact, those conditions were simply … Continue reading Breaking the shells of comfort zone
According to Wikipedia, humanism is a philosophical and ethical stance that emphasizes the value and agency of human beings, individually and collectively and generally prefers critical thinking and evidence (rationalism and empiricism) over the acceptance of dogma or superstition. In simpler terms, it is an approach in which humans consider themselves as fellow human beings … Continue reading Humanism for dummies
I’m not a believer in supernaturalism. But these days, the thing I'm holding right now in my hand, to write this blog post, makes me believes in magic. Yes, I'm talking about the pen. When I took pen in my hand for the first time in my life, it was a mere instrument to write … Continue reading Pen, a magic wand.
Since day one in recorded human history, women had been standing side by side with men in hunting, collecting fruits and tubers and raising his off-springs. Women and men were equal in terms of everything during those primitive, hunter-gatherer days. When does men started considering women as inferior to him? As far as my knowledge … Continue reading Why I’m a Feminist
Every action has equal and opposite reaction Newton’s third law Karma pays. Karma stalks. Karma is a bitch! What else? An air of mysticism always surrounds Karma and it sounds complex as people interpret it in different ways. According to ancient Hindu scriptures and Buddhist texts, Karma is the sum of a person’s actions and … Continue reading Cause & Effect aka Karma
Deception is a combatant tactic used by military organizations all over the world. Deception tactics are chiefly deployed to mislead the enemy in order to win a war or conflict. Deception can be in the form of camouflage or any kind of psychological operations. In our world, if we closely observe, we can find that … Continue reading Our Deceptive World
Since childhood, I was baffled by the term, spirituality. During my childhood days, the short stories in children's weeklies, magazines and even newspapers have an image of a spiritual yogi doing meditation or a sage keep on searching for the meaning of life. I always wondered what is their role in our society or their … Continue reading The Ridiculous Realm of Spirituality
A smooth sea never made a skillful sailor - Anonymous Tragedies happen in everyone’s life. Ups and downs are norms of human life. While one issue ends, another one begins. In hindsight, we can realize some troubles happen for our good. Sometimes, we meet with stalemates in our life just to transform ourselves and our … Continue reading The Blame-game Syndrome
I was bed ridden at my home during first two weeks of March after meeting up with a road accident on last week of February. Those days were some of the toughest days of my life. I was depressed after the road accident in which I escaped from death by a stroke of luck. My … Continue reading Meet Mr. Word Game, My New Trainer for Life and Business
The very idea that no one is watching over you and there is no life after death seems so dark and hopeless. What is the purpose of living a purposeless life? What is the point in doing good, if there is no reward after death? Being an atheist is to live a life with no … Continue reading An Atheist’s Purpose in a Purposeless Life and Universe
Once upon a time, the great emperor, Napoleon Bonaparte was taking a stroll alongside a village under his vast empire with his corps. It was during that casual walk, he saw a man simply lying under the shadow of a tree, day-dreaming and smiling often. Napoleon got slightly irritated with that man's sluggish posture and … Continue reading Success is Always A Personal Shot
During my college days, I was highly addicted to reading newspapers. And it was during those days, I stumbled upon this game, which usually can be find mostly at the bottom corner of the last page of most newspapers. It consists of 9x9 grids partially filled with numbers from 1 to 9. Rest of the … Continue reading Lessons from SuDoKu