Fear Of Heights And My First Attempt At Trying To Overcome It

Fear Of Heights And My First Attempt At Trying To Overcome It

Wikipedia defines ‘Fear’ as… Fear is an emotion induced by a threat perceived by living entities, which causes a change in brain and organ function and ultimately a change in behavior, such as running away, hiding or freezing from traumatic events. but those words, no matter how vividly they describe it, cannot begin to capture the […]

How One Big Fiverr Opportunity Revived My Freelancing Spirits

How One Big Fiverr Opportunity Revived My Freelancing Spirits

I have been a freelancer since about 3 years now. I used to work on Fiverr.com then joined Freelancer.com (ultimately realising that it was a scam) and then back to Fiverr. This is a story about what happens when you have too much of anything. The Problem In the dawn of my freelancing days, I was […]

How It Feels To Be A (Temporary) College Dropout

How It Feels To Be A (Temporary) College Dropout

A few months back with this post I began my college life and a few days back I dropped out of Architecture for a number of reasons but mainly because I wasn’t feeling very inspired by the work. The picture of architecture that I had in mind wasn’t something which matched with what they taught […]

The Clumsiest Day of My Life

The Clumsiest Day of My Life

Sometimes your days are so bad that you hardly get through them, you just want to sit tight in a corner, protected from the evils outside. I had a similar experience on the 30th of October and honestly, I am laughing so loud while thinking about it now. I woke up, looked at my phone, the […]

Now That I’ve Changed, Where Does The Polymath Stand?

Now That I've Changed, Where Does The Polymath Stand?

Since December 2011, that is the beginning of The Polymath, it has had many changes in content styles but one thing has always remained constant, me hating one thing or the other but with some recent and some not-so-recent events in light, I can surely say that I don’t hate much about the world now. […]

Open People And Closed Minds – An Essay

Open People And Closed Minds - An Essay

…highlighting the reluctance of Indian teenagers to learn. The picture of Indian Youth today is vibrantly filled with openness and acceptance. It seems we are finally leaving our old ways behind and opening up to this new village the world has become. We are becoming tolerant to religions, tolerant to race, accepting homosexuality and slowly, […]

Understanding Myself 4 – From Randomness To Determinism

Understanding Myself 4 - From Randomness To Determinism

(This article isn’t about the scientific randomness or determinism.) Beliefs are important for human existence. We act as we believe. Now the theory of determinism and the randomness theory are very deep aspects which I won’t get into with this post what I want to convey here is that all of us fall either in the group […]

How It Feels To Start Gaming Again

I'm a Gamer, I Have Lots of Lives!

At one point, gaming and me were inseparable. It was like a religion to me which had no rituals and no compulsions and it actually gave me things to boast on but then came 12th standard and board exams and I just, stopped it all at once, for a year, and I can’t tell you how […]

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge – The Good And The Bad

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge - The Good And The Bad

As we all know, the internet has gone crazy with the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge where people and celebrities are joining in the fight against Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, popularly dubbed as ALS and trying to help the ALS foundation raise funds. I am for one, in support of the fight against the disease but now that the […]

Can A Human Really Empathise Or Is It Just A Fancy Word?

Can A Human Really Empathise Or Is It Just A Fancy Word?

One struggle our society has had since the oldest times is “Can one human feel what the other is feeling?” and for that we’ve found countless workarounds some being natural, gifted ways like love and affection which catalyse the process of feeling what the other is feeling; others are artificial ways like hieroglyphs in the old […]