The Unfortunate Genius


How many geniuses do you know? How many of them are successful? I am in the midst of reading a book written by Malcolm Gladwell titled “Outliers”. It tries to reshape our understanding of success and successful people. I am still halfway through the book and I can say Gladwell is enlightening and thought provoking.Continue reading “The Unfortunate Genius”

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It’s That Time of the Year!


I hear songs from the eighties, songs that millions of people have heard before. It might not be playing on the radio but it sure is playing only in the minds of those that want to hear it. “It’s the eye of the tiger”, that’s right “the eye of the tiger”. Less than a weekContinue reading “It’s That Time of the Year!”

Three Necessaties of Life


There are three main things every person has to abide by in order to lead a happy and healthy life.  You read them, you memorize them and of course you implement them; it doesn’t get any simpler. It feels like I am giving away the secrets of life. 1- The first one is very important,Continue reading “Three Necessaties of Life”

Human Rights or Human Writes


As I was reading about human rights I came across this sentence: ” the human right to water is indispensable for leading a life in human dignity. It is a prerequisite for the realization of other human rights. —United Nations Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights” I think this right to water alone abolishes all the other rights toContinue reading “Human Rights or Human Writes”

iWinBBRoid


Which is the better one? We see people walking down the street, each one to his/her phone, minding their own business. They all seem happy with what their O.S has provided them with. No one seems to care, no one feels the urge to show off or compete, until we start approaching a national holiday. We start seeing commercialsContinue reading “iWinBBRoid”

Salvador Dali Revisited


Artists are the minds mirror. They have the gift and ability to reflect the intricacies and intertwined synapses of our mind so vividly. What I like about Salvador Dali is that throughout his life he got influenced by many art movements and expressed each brilliantly. He adapted and changed and grew. This is well reflectedContinue reading “Salvador Dali Revisited”

EggZotic


Organic vs. Non-Organic Eggs Have you ever wondered about organic and non-organic vegetables, foods, drinks and other products? The other day I went grocery shopping with my wife. As we were walking down the aisles, we came across several products of organic and non-organic nature. It was surely obvious which is which, not by theContinue reading “EggZotic”