Charavak, Millennials’ way of life

In a quest to seek knowledge, I come across a variety of books from multiple different genres. In pursuit of the same quest, I know I should be pragmatic, which means I need to keep my mind open for all schools of thought. Recently, I started studying the Charavak Philosophy, ancient school of Indian materialism. The Charvaka epistemology states that whenever one infers a truth … Continue reading Charavak, Millennials’ way of life

The atoms…

Recently, I was reading an article from one of the science magazines. It was an article that I came across, relating to the research being conducted using LHC or the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva. The worlds most complex and advanced machine. This article provided the details about how the scientists are trying to unravel the mysteries of the Universe and its inner workings on a … Continue reading The atoms…

The balancing act…

My transition from childhood to teenage to an adulthood, has not been that bad, but not that good as well… its somewhat been like where in the difficulty level settings for the life have been preset to medium… Oh well… The memories are not that vivid, but quite faint of me being a child and being in the first grade, I was one of those introverts, trying to … Continue reading The balancing act…

Announcement

Greetings readers, It brings me immense pleasure to announce that balletofwords.com is now hosted on blue host. Finally, the control freak in me will get the kind of control I am looking for. I hope that this path will lead to some wonderful new experiences.   I would like to thank all those patrons who were kind enough to donate, like my posts and spread … Continue reading Announcement

Kids and the pressure cooker.

You know in the old days, (wow… I feel very old now) i.e. 10 years back kids used to play outside and used to beg for  more mins before coming home. I know I did. Life was simpler back then. You play for two hours everyday except Sundays and vacations, then study for a few hours and sleep soundly till you reach the high school. … Continue reading Kids and the pressure cooker.