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. I do have my grudges with religion or false behaviour but that's already been laid out like a billion times here. Thing is I really have nothing against anything now so the point of a Sunday to … [Read more...] about Now That I’ve Changed, Where Does The Polymath Stand?
Archives for October 2014
...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, yet steadily we are leaving the third world. But this exact youth is also wrong on a very big part, the minds of almost all of them are sadly, closed. … [Read more...] about Open People And Closed Minds – An Essay