100 Words Optmism


  On Optimism: A fictional friend told me the other day about his staunch conviction about the existence of only exclusively pessimist beings. To which I refute. Two instances that resonate: 1. The last time you set your alarm clock (say, to wake up in the morning), will you consider yourself a pessimist or an Read More


Lessons of History (Book Notes)

The richest wisdom on earth are buried in history. Reading the book, Lessons of History by Will and Aeriel Durant was yet another verification to the claim. They stated, “the present is the past rolled up for action, and the past is the present unrolled for understanding.” Here are some of the peaks in the Read More

Navy Seal

Lessons from a Navy Seal: Why you should attempt to stop worrying

  FreeImages.com/tanel Worry (n): to feel or show fear and concern because you think that something bad has happened or could happen. Verily, we are all worry-addicts. Sometimes last year I came across the statistics that 90% of what we worry about never happens. While I can’t justify such data, I can definitely relate to Read More