Category: Motivational

“Energy is always constant in an isolated body, it is said to be conserved over time. It neither can be created nor destroyed, it can only be transformed or transferred from one form to another.” – Theory of Energy Conservation This is the first law of thermodynamics and holds true for all the closed systems. Our […]

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Often in the times of great adversity and even otherwise, I ask people, “When the going gets hard, what keeps you going?” When we feel the heat, the pressure of deadlines, expectations, responsibilities of things that simply must be done, how do we get them done? Often we rely on fear and the last minute […]

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“Arise! Awake! and Stop not until the goal is reached” this was, is and probably will always be one of the famous quotes by Swami Vivekananda, who tirelessly worked for the upliftment of youths especially. Although Swami Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa was one of the pioneers to bring the spiritual awakening amongst people across the country, […]

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Often people think that doing nothing kills creativity or is a sign of laziness or they think a person who wastes time idly has no fire in his belly to achieve something. But that’s not true. Like a lion takes a few steps back to make itself ready to pounce harder on its prey, a […]

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We live in the era where having materialistic happiness is much more important than any other form. Here people are becoming a part of the rat race of acquisition of money and worldly benefits in their life as a primary motive. Losing our patience and trust and bearability. But we don’t realize why does it […]

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Very amusingly once Stephen Hawking stated, “Life would be tragic if it weren’t funny”. It was a personal experience of the man and whatever he said reflected the irony of the statement. The man, who was diagnosed with the ALS or the motor neurone disease at the age of 21 was given around two years […]

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A man who, in the wildest dreams of his doctor, wasn’t supposed to live beyond 1966, passed away in 2018. The most celebrated physicist after Einstein, the man with the throne, the author of books like A Brief History of Time (1988) and Black Holes and Baby Universes and Other Essays (1993), a genius who actually thought IQ were […]

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