https://twitter.com/LFC/status/1276261398608314368?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1276262024511729665%7Ctwgr%5E&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fmatchcentre.liverpoolfc.com%2F Ever since Liverpool became PL Champions three days back, there is a feeling of Déjà vu, after having anticipated it in my mind multiple times since the start of the season when we were rolling every opponent crossing our paths. I was not aware of the Chelsea-Man City match result till morning as I … Continue reading The Ecstasy of Being League Champions – Liverpool – YNWA
In one of my earlier posts, I wrote about interesting things about English language. Today, I am peeking inside two of the most widely spoken languages in the world to explore some of their rustic phrases and words barely heard now. There are some funnier ones as well because as they say, a smile … Continue reading ‘10’ Old but Interesting Phrases in English and Spanish
The last post of mine ended with two questions. why does our brain use a particular way to make decisions? And do we have any conscious control over it? Understanding Neuroplasticity Our brain’s amazing capability referred to as Neuroplasticity by Neuroscientists ensures the learning every day is used by our brain to adapt itself to the changing … Continue reading Curious Ways in Which our Brain Decides – Follow Up Article
How do we perceive things? Our brain works in sync with the environment around us and is continuously being fed with an unending stream of information by our senses which can be overwhelming at times and thus the brain makes use of its own wisdom and judgment in deciding what requires a conscious attention … Continue reading The Brain or ‘You’ – Who Controls Whom– Part-1
Leonardo Da Vinci took many years to complete his famous works and Mona Lisa according to some people was more than 14 years of his hard work. Most of his paintings though took between 3 to 5 years establishing him as an epitome of creativity raising him to the pinnacle, to be hailed as … Continue reading Did Einstein used this Technique to Achieve Extraordinary Results?
We all have lots of ideas. Some of them turn out to be great, others remain mediocre while many of them do not see the light of the day. They remain inside of us and gradually die a slow excruciating death. A lot of times, however we don’t even realize of its demise until … Continue reading The Doctor Who Revolutionized Hand Washing But Died a Lonely Death
As I woke up in the morning, my mind decided to play around by forcing me to confront recurring thoughts of what I will be writing about, today and also added the anxiety of where I am heading towards. I generally keep myself one write-up in advance just to be on the safe side. This … Continue reading Fighting the Daily Low of an Early Morning and Freeing Up The Soul
Getting up in the morning and leaving for office, school or college was a ritual we all were following without even giving it a thought. Things we operating on an autopilot and no one expected even in their wildest dreams to be deprived of such a routine. We all accepted it, hated it, liked … Continue reading ‘10’ Things We All Must Be Missing, Which Were Normal Earlier
Our body has an amazing way to deal with the environment around it and throughout the day it keeps on adapting itself to the constant incessant changes. We may not notice it; however, it continues uninterrupted at an unconscious level. Sympathetic and Para-sympathetic Nervous System (PNS and SNS) Sympathetic and Para-sympathetic nervous system (PNS and … Continue reading ‘7’ Easy ways to Manage Our Emotional Health
The place I call home is hardly 20 Kms from Rishikesh and I waited till 2010 to go for my first rafting trip, that too with friends from office. The experience though stayed strong not be replaced even by the subsequent 5-6 trips I went on post the first one. We travelled from Delhi … Continue reading My First Experience of White Water Rafting in Rishikesh
Two of my favorite characters growing up were Nagraj and Super Commando Dhurva, superheroes with their own unique powers. While Nagraj would make use of snakes and poisonous breath to kill and defeat his adversaries, Super Commando Dhurva was more acrobatic, skilled both in fighting as well as riding his motorcycle. Most of the summer … Continue reading Iron Man V/s Super Commando Dhurva – Would Be a Great Watch
Are you scared of going out in the dark or fearful of gaining or regaining weight? Do you always try to stay away from dogs and do not want to fly? You hate going to the circus because you can’t stand the sight of a clown? Snow and mirrors are the type of things you … Continue reading ‘12’ Weird Phobias You May Have Never Heard Of
Raj has been staying indoors at his rented place for the past three months, venturing out only to buy essentials and hoping not to fall ill. The first few weeks went by fine as there was anticipation of things returning to normalcy soon. However, it was not to be as getting back to normal … Continue reading Staying Sane in Insane Times
One of the best things about childhood is the ignorance of the concept of money. The innocence and an ability to develop relationships with a smile is their forte. A person who doesn’t smile back at an amused child is rare to find. They don’t need money to establish supremacy nor any fancy cars … Continue reading Obviating the Need for Money – Can it Work?
Hundreds and thousands of elephants are killed every year for their tusks and it does not get even 5th or a 6th page news headlines in any of the major newspapers. Not even online news portals or TV channels give it enough prominence. So, what made the entire media focus on the death of one … Continue reading How one Death becomes a topic of discussion while becoming just another news item when the numbers are higher?