The Butterfly Effect

In Life on December 19, 2008 at 8:10 pm

Corelating two seemingly unrelated events, might look ridiculous. But science does have it’s own explanations in the form of Chaotic theory.

Why Butterfly?

“You step on a butterfly today, Millions of people are killed in a bomb blast years later”. Butterfly Effect co-relates two seemingly unrelated events seperated by a chunk of time. We can also put it like this. Something very bad and upsetting happens to you today, which might have been the factor that triggered a chain of events that ultimately puts you in a favourable and pleasant scenario.

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When my Mind Argues

In Thoughts on December 16, 2008 at 4:26 pm

I don’t know about you. But my mind keeps talking, keeps on taking even if I am not listening. When I am thinking, when I am bathing, idling, and sleeping?
Well, I don’t know if it is talking when I am sleeping. May be not. It too needs rest, doesn’t it.

So what does it talk?
My mind keeps talking of what I did today, what it made me do today (it made me write this today), how it felt and how I responded. When I don’t listen, it talks of why it is important for me to listen to my mind. When I lose concentration and start day dreaming, it pulls me back. The mind is like an inner voice, a negative feedback that keeps track of you on your way to destiny.

The Global Equilibrium

In World on December 12, 2008 at 6:46 pm

This might not be new to you. The world (markets) is in chaos. The markets are tumbling, refusing to recover. We are in a state of disbelief. Not many are sure of what is happening and what to do. Everyone seems to ask the same question, “Can safety be guaranteed? “. I am also answer-less, but of course am jobless to try and give it a shot. So I thought and bought magazines to read and understand what has been happening. Well, it seems the magazine too doesn’t have answers, sparks and suggestions that make you think, and find your own answers. So I thought again and then this weird equilibrium came to my mind.