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

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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. 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 Sunday post has diminished.

I started this blog as a reply to show that I could do many things at once without failing at any but when that didn’t go so well I decided to shift my focus towards everything I thought and then came this idea of putting up things I feel are wrong with the world. I pushed myself into analysing everything based on merits and demerits. I was trying too hard to be a grown up but that’s the whole point, if you have to force something out of you, you aren’t meant to do that anyway.

Recently, on a trip, two things happened. One was the idea of being serious for no reason shattered and I realised that I’m still just a teenager so acting mature all the time only makes me miserable and two, I became somewhat of an experience junkie. Hence this blog has to change now, The Polymath is no more the guy who does everything or the guy who knows everything, he is now the person who experiences everything and keeps an open mind.

What can you expect from this blog now? Experiences, thoughts, travels, reviews anything except a pattern. No more OCD. No more theories. Just plain, old blogging. The Sunday to Sunday rule is no more and there will be a post when there needs to be a post. It seems time is something I can’t control yet.

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Deepansh Khurana

Blogger and writer from Dehradun, India. I'd say I love coffee but don't we all? I find stories, people and experiences. I blog about them.

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Deepansh Khurana

Blogger and writer from Dehradun, India. I'd say I love coffee but don't we all? I find stories, people and experiences. I blog about them.

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