So, I was watching some coding videos trying to absorb as much information I can and got frustrated and stopped. Also, I got tired and sleepy and bored. There’s a limit to which a man can absorb information in a day. But then I came over this medium article. Now the article is in terms […]
As human beings we love gossips. Another thing we love is to tell ourselves that we are the one who thinks rationally and everything else is stupid. Okay, might not be to that extent. But, you get what I’m trying to get at. We love commenting on everything. From the design of a motorcycle to the government policies.
The Internet is our guilty pleasure. Yes, it has a wealth of knowledge but instead of tapping into it, we usually procrastinate by spending our time on useless content. Here’s a thing about us. We don’t have an infinite amount of time. We won’t live forever. So, the amount of time we have here may […]
Truth to be told, I was always someone who made fun of new year resolutions. They simply don’t work. Now there is a science behind why they don’t work but always hiding behind own’s comfort zone and using the excuse that most resolutions fail is also equally fucked up as much as expecting oneself to […]
If you quickly Google “the most depressed generation”. Results suggesting that our generation (Millennials and Gen Z) pop up along with some research papers trying to explain why.
The general advice we receive when we are down is to stop being sad and be happy instead. Or worse, go on a road trip or something. What ends up happening instead is even if you gain momentary pleasure on the trip at some point, you’re going to be miserable throughout the trip. Why does […]
Here’s the truth about all of us. We are never satisfied with what we produce. Remember that idea that was so perfect in your head? But, when you tried to execute it, it sucked. Or, you probably didn’t even try due to your fear of failure.
“The School of Life” is the brainchild Alain de Botton. De Botton completed his master’s degree in Philosophy at King’s College in London and gave up his Ph.D. research on French philosophy at Harvard to write books for the general public.
I know that you have been through a lot. I know that the kind of things you’ve felt and experienced is unique to you. All your joys and hardships are yours. Of course, we can find something common between us and we have our fair share of shared experiences in life.
Why do we cry while watching a movie? Why do we get excited when our favorite team is winning? Why does a breakup hurt so damn much? Before we dive deeper into the rabbit hole of our emotions, let us first look at three ways we try to make sense of everything.