Aging is a natural phenomenon which is inevitable. Generations have been passing and new ones have been coming up. With the wide generational gap between different people, leading to different mentalities and viewpoints, these groups are often found at odds with one another. Ageism, an act of discriminating against people on the basis of their… Continue reading Generations: Transcending The Borders Of Age
Talent or hard work – what really counts? This is quite a debatable question as sometimes hard work beats talent when the talent fails to work hard. Talent is just like the seed of a plant which has to be nurtured with hard work and commitment in order to grow it into a healthy and… Continue reading Which Is More Important? – Talent or Hard Work
In a recent survey, a psychologist has labeled the current generation of young people as “I generation” or “Me Generation”. It is also found that the today’s generation takes it for granted that “SELF” comes first. This is an era of narcissism. Today’s people think of their own needs and interest. They ignore the needs… Continue reading Is Our Generation More Self-Centered Than The Previous?
In our lives, we come across many people. We see new faces every day. Many of them remain anonymous, some may be acquaintances, some will become our friends but from that, only one person will become our idol: Our Mother. The most influential person in my life has ensured that as I shoot for the… Continue reading My Mother Is My Source Of Happiness
“Life is a story, make your’s the best seller” And this can be done well and easy with an idol to inspire you. Inspiration is what pushes us beyond ‘at par point’ to the ‘point of excellence’. And for some readers I would say it definitely doesn’t mean to be a follower of someone or… Continue reading ‘Whom Do I Inspire?’, writes Prashant Rawat
In this era of the modern world, where we are forgetting out ancestors, I, Laksh Raghav, consider the legend Maharana Pratap as my mentor. The legend was the king of Mewar preceded by Rana Udai Singh. He is considered as one of the best kings of India and one of the strongest individuals in the… Continue reading Maharana Pratap Is My Mentor And Why?
Twinkle Twinkle network star Facebook integrates us from wide and far, Twitter keeps us near and dear, Snapchat makes the selfie look clear Life embraces you full on Our status is expressed through emoticons! Social media is indeed a boon. I think perhaps the greatest gift of all times by the IT sector has been… Continue reading Social Media is a Boon – Shreya Gupta
Prior to the internet, the adage was ‘Think before you act’…But now it’s ‘Think before you upload’, ‘Think before you tweet’ and ‘Think before you click’. Looking at the present day scenario and the havoc it is causing. I am compelled to say that social media is a curse. It is becoming inordinately obvious that… Continue reading Social Media a Boon or a Bane: Shreya Jaggi
The heart is not only to circulate blood but also to complete our vision. The eyes see it all but our heart perceives the intellectual side – emotions, expressions and the connected intangibles. Our eyes capture what is present in the surroundings.The mind analyzes it and registers everything. However, the soft knock and nascent expressions… Continue reading When The Heart Sees Important Things Than The Vision – Shreya Gupta
Sometimes heart sees what eyes cannot see. – H. Jackson Brown Above quote cites the greatest truths of life. It refers that emotions and feelings are only understood by heart. We all may be fictitious characters and the one in common but our heart is the one what makes us unique or to glitter like a supernova in the universe.… Continue reading Sometimes Heart Sees What Eyes Cannot See by Harshit