Disclaimer: This blog is purely based on my religious belief, so you are on your own to accept or reject my viewpoint. Way back in 2007, I was making my very first presentation on 'Vision'. When I started making it for the first time, there were only 7 slides in all on 'vision', as I… Continue reading Intent Supersedes Action
Most of us are familiar with this toy which youngsters usually play with, to hit the flying birds. The wooden part is stiff and resembles 'Y' while the rubber attached with a pouch to place a stone, to throw it is flexible to the limits. The following excerpt has been copied pasted from Wikipedia for… Continue reading The Slingshot
Understanding the intricate balance of the universe by fine-tuning the mind to resonate with the music.
While explaining to my students how an idea strikes your mind, I was struck with this idea, which made me think twice, if it is, as I am thinking or something else. To complete a circuit, we need to have two wires, one is live the other one is neutral and when they are connected… Continue reading The Short Circuit
We are living in a society marred by the agents of fear wreaking havoc in the lives of masses, dictating their own terms of engagement for a common man to survive, without having an inkling of what they are doing to the already devastated lives of poor masses. To begin with, my life is divided into… Continue reading Merchants of Fear
The pic above is the back inside of an old clock, which is mechanically driven. The user rolls the key in the clockwise direction to the full and the clock starts [in clockwise direction] at a pre-set pace to keep track of the time elapsed, whereas the key rolls in the anticlockwise direction, till such… Continue reading Entwined Mind
My current blog is based on my observation of Dr. Eric Berne's psychological theory 'The Transactional Analysis'.  "TA claims that we can better understand ourselves by analyzing our transactions with the people closest to us. Transaction = conversation/interaction between two people. TA is based on 3 principles: We all have three ‘ego states’ (Parent, Adult, and Child) We… Continue reading Generation Gap