The Curious Case of Happyness

If you have noticed the ‘y’ in happiness instead of the i, and you have watched the film, I believe you do have some personal observations on the topic of what happiness is. Have a look at the following image. (image courtesy: Ingrid Hendriksen Photogaphy,¬†http://ingridhendriksenphotography.zenfolio.com/blog/2017/6/kathputli-slum-new-dehli) If I ask you “Do these humans in the picture…

“Dad I wanna be Superman!”

“I want to grow up to become a person who goes to work somewhere everyday and sits in front of a computer for a third of his day, yawns fifty times, plays mobile games, surfs social media every now and then, hates Mondays, hates bosses, lives the same kind of day for forty years straight,…

The Lost River called Discipline

Germany. Mid 1940’s. A horrific defeat and surrender in yet another world war. Germany paid reparations to victorious nations in the WWI as well as the WWII. After surrendering in the WWII, the reparations were heavy in form of forced labour, coal, dismantled factories, etc. along with ‘intellectual reparations’ such as all patents and technical…

Science, Maths, English, Compassion…

Famous astrophysicist and author Neil deGrasse Tyson once said, “Why don’t we have compassion as a subject along with maths, science and languages?” Now for those who like to blindly follow what has been done for hundreds of years without questioning, this idea may seem stupid, they may come up with arguments such as “Already…