The Fountainhead of All Wisdom.

Ever since I finished reading The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand, I have not been able to take character of the protagonist Howard Roark out of my mind. Roark has been characterised as fiercely independent Architect, who immensely believes in himself, is having extreme courage to stand up for himself and always kept his dignity and... Continue Reading →

The Cube of Life :Life lessons from Rubik’s Cube.

Recently I was demonstrating my 9 year old son on how to solve a Rubik's cube, and while assisting him in the process on how to put all the similar colored cubes together, I was patiently looking at the cube and was watching my son revolving it in a haphazard manner, and at that moment... Continue Reading →

Uniqueness: A Paradox

Shall we talk about diversity? Humans should be amazed with the vast assortment within their own species. With an array of different cultures, colors and personalities, the uniqueness of each and every being should be praised and embraced. Although that’s what everyone claims to do, they may not always be speaking the truth. Social media,... Continue Reading →

A shot of Tranquility

Outside of our own busy and chaotic lives, out there in the lap of nature there lies tranquility, where there are no worries, there is no hurry , there is no unrest , there is no insecurity, there is no competition, there are no fears, there are no deadlines, there are no ego's, there are... Continue Reading →

Second Chance

We have often heard this phrase - second chance. Now, your life is split between two types of people - the ones who are the believers, the motivators and the others who are not. When the whole world, including you, is against yourself, questioning the reason for your existence For all you bring is sorrow... Continue Reading →

Conquer you own Everest.

What is that one most important thing which makes whole the difference in one’s life… With this I will be penning my thoughts in an open and impromptu manner. India and Greece has been the land of greatest philosophers. You name them and they were most probably from either of the two countries. If Socrates,... Continue Reading →

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