Thought of The Day

30th April 2020 It is usually futile to try to talk facts and analysis to people who are enjoying a sense of moral superiority in their ignorance. — Thomas Sowell

Thought of The Day

27th April 2020 Ordinary men hate solitude.But the master makes use of it,embracing his aloneness,realizing he is one with the whole universe. — Lao Tzu

Remembering Srinivas Ramanujan on 100th Death Anniversary

Today is the 100th death anniversary of the amazing mathematician Srinivas Ramanujan. He passed away at a young age of 32 on April 26, 1920, at Kumbakonam in Tamil Nadu. I have written a few times about Srinivas Ramanujan. However today is a special milestone - it's 100th anniversary. I had written in an earlier... Continue Reading →

Thoughts on Purpose of Life

Sharing this not because I agree with the message but because it stimulates thinking. Richard Dawkins too says (though in a different context): "Universe has no purpose". I think it is right to say that life has no purpose (i.e. we are not born with a purpose of our own). However it is also true... Continue Reading →

Thought of The Day

26th April 2020 “The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposing ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function.” — F. Scott Fitzgerald

Thought of The Day

25th April 2020 The key, if you want to build habits that last, is to join a group where the desired behavior is the normal behavior. — James Clear

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