Happiness is a choice Is it really possible to feel joyous under duress? I asked myself this question as I finished Dr Victor Frankl's monumental book 'Man's Search for Meaning'. I will publish the book review sometime next week. For now, I just wanted to share my immediate thoughts. Dr Frankl was a holocaust survivor … Continue reading Happiness is a Choice – Inspiration from ‘Man’s Search for Meaning’
Muhammad Ali Quotes for Monday Motivation My most heartrending memory of Muhammad Ali comes from the opening ceremony of 1996 Atlanta Olympics. There he was on the podium with the Olympic torch in his hands. He had a slow gait. His hands were literally shaking as he lit the flame. Until that day, I had … Continue reading Muhammad Ali Quotes for Monday Motivation
Last night I stumbled upon 'Annihilation' on Netflix, a rare genre-bending horror flick. Frankly, I had never heard of this movie. Much to my amusement, it turned out to be a gem.
This is my first post in my mental calculations self-challenge. I wanted to document it here so that I have a sense of accountability and this had better be a challenge than a passing fancy. The fact is that if we set our mind to something we only get better. The problem is that in life, half the things we do we don't have any interest in -
In just the past few years, artificial intelligence (AI) has transformed from a futuristic, sci-fi scenario into an emerging technology that has been embraced by the world’s largest and most powerful corporations – including Google and Facebook. At the same time, an influential group of AI thinkers has emerged who are guiding the public’s discussion of AI and charting the path for the next generation of AI technologies.
Yes, there is a hack and it is as simple as it can be. See, I am no techie. I just stumbled upon this. I am sure as I write this piece, a lot of people have already found it and articles are being written about it.