How much uncertainty can you take?

Can you take it?

You give me a shelter, I long for a fortress.

You make me prosper, I long for more.

You make me healthy and I’m not content.

Always looking to the uncertainty!

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A Man with a Mountain

The Man with a Mountain

Making up with the mountains

The times are not so great. I thought that everything ( mostly the things I don’t like) in my life is meaningless or to be changed and to do what I do is not going to work. I believe that everyone, including myself would face this problem depressing every now and then. Eventually after repeated failures we tend to give up in our day-to-day lives. We have done so many in the past, even being an optimistic.

I believe that  success is not the end of the path for betterment rather it is the way we move over failures, though we get depressed.

After each failure, We pause, to consider the worthiness of going beyond and walking the extra mile to reach the pinnacle. The process, in which we battle our inner demons, the battle between our heart and mind, we have to choose either to go beyond or to stop for now and call it a day.

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An open letter to the people who conserve Nature

As remarked in my earlier post, we have used science more as a reason for exploiting nature and its resources. I’m not against science; In fact I love science.
I must clarify;

Everything is science and not science is everything.

There are many subjects where science don’t have answers and omit them as just theories or contradictions and the biggest of them is nature. You may have some conflict on this, but this is the fact.

Simple; how does nature work? No one knows (Clearly yet).

We believed in Darwin’s theory of Natural selection and it was on the verge of its era as scientists doubted it on contradicting with the big bang (better late than never), such that there are many things that have not covered under evolution and raised concerns.(Because we are humans and we don’t believe a damn thing).

Darwin, I doubted you on my existence!

Darwin, I doubted you on my existence!

Fortunately or unfortunately, it has been solved (for now) and you can check it out here.

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Thanks Steve,Creativity is a myth

Some say that, ‘Man is a social animal’ and you better think;
Is He?

So you feel that I have a different view on the existence of humans and to make myself clear,
I don’t!

But, I do believe that human beings are much more that being a mere animal, mere in sense that no way he/she could be compared to an animal because they(animals) are equal to us such as we think them to be less capable of.

Well, you want to know about the death of Creativity. Isn’t it?

Okay. You will come to know about that and there is a lot more to subject.

As Simon Sinek highlights in his TED talk, there are three things to look for before highlighting anything.

Why, what and How in the same order.

WHY creativity don’t exist?

Did anyone kill it? Or did it get old? Or did anyone or anything killed it, in its old age?

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How to kill the old person by the alley

There are many possibilities for me to be defeated, suspected, cheated or impaired. I can give up at any time or give in a fight, a battle with a much stronger vigor and valor. I can win a few skirmishes and lose many in a day or in an entire lifetime.

But I can’t be enraged at you nor can I be composed and serene for what you have given me. I can’t wait on and hold you responsible for what I have done or you have made me to do. Though I don’t know me (yet), I can’t denounce you for the circumstances you bestow on me.

For many may arise to enhance and confiscate something from the everlasting debris. Even though it would be dreadful to make my demise to intrude neither others nor that I have the control to do so.

I am one of the many men you have taught methods none could have mastered, whom you devolve, and whom you make righteous scoundrels or back broken saints. It is you who cultivate, culminate, dissipate and depreciate for the start and the absolute dwindle.

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