The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 12,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many … Continue reading 2014 in review
Reflections of love can be found all around you and love can be found only in you. Love is such a thing that it is a state of mind than an experience, a verb and not a noun, its adjectives and adverbs betray it, it is an intransitive verb, which means it has no object. … Continue reading Where can I find love?
In Matrix the movie, the oracle asks Neo what powerful people want. He doesn’t have a clue and she tells him. More power. It is really something to see this craving for power in action. Almost everything we do is a way to gain control and empower ourselves or the others. This is seen in … Continue reading Taking Control
Presents endear absence, or so we are told. Sounds strange until we see it in writing or print. It is presents and not presence. People do send presents when they themselves can’t be present. Sometimes such people are valued only for their presents and not for their presence. So their absence is kind of appreciated! … Continue reading Of Giving and Receiving
Culture cannot be considered differently from education. Their mutual relationship is like that of space and time. We are forced to address both as education-culture continuum. Several factors contributed to the growth of the Education-Culture continuum. Human infants are weak and fragile. Left to themselves that die. So, the mothers had to stay back from … Continue reading The Education Culture Continuum
A Travelogue on Hell Wu + Gravitation 2 Wu + Gravitation 2 (Photo credit: BlastoiseMaster) It is nice to have a visit to this place called hell sometimes. It reminds you of quite a lot you used to do and saves you from repeating your own mistakes. No matter how prepared you are, hell can … Continue reading Back to School (with no schooling to back you)