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Life is good the way it is. You don’t need to read another book or meditate or need anything.But I do have to admit that living life this way is no easy task.

Be happy and satisfied, because you don’t need anything else at the moment first. Second set goals and achieve them, never be too greedy too quickly

I’ve been goal oriented and focused on the present by setting goals of action, not by a finish line. The easiest example is weight loss. A finish line goal is “I want to weigh 60 kg.

We must learn how to enjoy the present moment without getting distracted by the past or future.

We are constantly thinking, stressing, worrying, and being preoccupied with a force that seems outside of our control.

We keep on treating by using meditation, reading comfortable books and articles, and trying that promises peace from ourselves.

I’m always looking for new knowledge and information. At some point, I learned that more information is not the answer.

“The life of a foolish man is fearful and unpleasant; it is swept totally away into the future.”

Pleasure is not only eating, drinking, and being merry — no, true pleasure is to live care-free.

But we live our lives far from it. We are always distracted by something. That’s why it’s difficult to enjoy the moment.

Women in engineering.

Engineering is the most male-dominated field. It may perhaps be the most male-dominated profession in the India. Engineering is dominated by men, but the women successfully breaking into the sector report good things. Barriers to entry for women are numerable, but career satisfaction is high; more than 80% of female engineers are either happy or extremely happy with their career choice, and 98% find their job rewarding.

Women make up just 8.5% of all engineers in the India, and only one in five of jobs are held by women in the wider engineering sector as a whole.

We’re losing potential engineers at every stage of life, and it starts from a young age because bias and misconceptions in media and toys often implant ideas into children’s minds that engineering is for men and involves getting your hands dirty and fixing things, which doesn’t appeal to girls if they’re brought up to believe they should be quiet, neat and tidy. The mentality needs to be changed.

There’s so much embedded in our culture saying engineering isn’t for girls, and people still think of engineers as the men who fix your washing machine, not the people at the forefront of designing creative solutions to the world’s problems.

Online Studies

Online education is the new okay , as it is convenient and saves a lot of time and money. Knowing how to make use of the online sources saves costs, because ordering books or paying registration fees is not needed.

The influence of the Internet is growing with incredible speed becoming more powerful with every single day, as it affects all spheres of our lives. People have become so dependent on being connected and online that life without internet looks unbearable. It is being used for entertainment, education, politics, terrorism and many other activities – legal and illegal. Knowing how to make the best use of it and exploit its infinite resources well will bring a rapid development in every single area of scientific research including education.

As already mentioned, online educations are a great choice for people who want to continue with their studies while being occupied with working or taking care of a household. In that way, people are not limited geographically. Courses can be attended by participants living and working everywhere in the world. That new type of education will give a chance to many who are not able to attend traditional educational courses and to obtain a degree.


Teacher qualities:

A teacher takes responsibility for your growth.

A teacher gives you things you do not have and require.

A teacher answers your questions.

A teacher requires obedience and discipline from the pupil.

A teacher clothes you and prepares you for the outer journey.

A teacher is a guide on the path.

A teacher sends you on the road to success.

A teacher explains the world and its nature to you.

A teacher gives you knowledge.

A teacher instructs you.

A teacher sharpens your mind.

A teacher reaches your mind.

A teacher instructs you on how to solve problems.

A teacher is a systematic thinker.

One can always find a teacher.

A teacher leads you by the hand.

When a teacher finishes with you, you celebrate.

Teachers have three loves: love of learning, love of learners, and the love of bringing the first two loves together. Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today. I am not a teacher, but an awakener. The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery.


Programming is an art and therefore, we are artists. However, we’re not the kind of artists that create purely for beauty. We are functional artists. We have a functional task as well as the duty to write code, because it is effective and thus lasts. Writing elegant code is our job. This helps people find their way to the contents of those articles, just like great code helps people find their way to places they need to enhance.

Programming is understanding a problem well enough to be able to explain it as simple as possible to a machine. Defending code by claiming effectiveness is trying to hide what you don’t understand in that problem.

The expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.

Most works of art are actually the result of a logical process, of selections of elements that complement each other.


It isn’t easy to think about others when your survival is at risk. Every bag of rice and a pouch of milk is precious. Every time you lend a helping hand to those in need, you may be risking the well-being of your loved ones.

Which is why in the time of this coronavirus pandemic, one can see a sharp rise in hostility. Supermarkets have been drained of essentials. People are even hoarding perishable items such as milk and vegetables. But then moving incidents of kindness have also come to light, restoring faith in humanity. Rich, poor, middle-class, men or women, there are people who have set an example for the rest of us, showing how social distancing doesn’t mean emotional distancing. That care and compassion become a necessity when the going gets tough because, at the end of the day, that is what truly makes us human. 

“We must find time to stop and thank the people who make a difference in our lives. Thankyou corona warriors! It’s immense to see the service that you have provided. We are safe, credit goes to all the frontline workers. Thank you so much!

Bond of protection – Rakshabandhan

This day women and girls of all ages tie a Rakhi, around the wrists of their brothers as a symbol of protection. The men and boys will in turn gift their sisters money, new clothes, sweets, etc. 

Rani Karnavati, the widowed queen of the king of Chittor, used a Rakhi to ask for help from Mughal Emperor Humayun. As Chittor faced an invasion from the Sultan of Gujarat, Bahadur Shah, the Rani realised that she could not defend it and asked Humayun for help. As per the tale, the Emperor set off with his troops to defend Chittor.


If you have to try to be happy, then you will never be happy. Maybe the problem these days is people are just trying too hard to find happiness.

When most people seek happiness, they are actually seeking pleasure: good food, more time for TV and movies, a new car, fancy parties with friends, losing 10 kilos , becoming more popular, and so on. Pleasure is a false heaven.

Happiness is a direction, not a place.”

“A great obstacle to happiness is to expect too much happiness.” 

“For every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of happiness.”

Completing a competition makes us more happier than eating a bun. Starting a small startup with friends and struggling to make money makes us happier than doing a job. This is the true happiness.


Coronavirus survivor I have been through so many disastrous condition in this for 2-3 weeks a hell of ups-downs, loneliness, frightened and anixety of what will happen next.

Will I be alive or dead the next second. In the hospital I got to see so much of hustle-bustle and none of my family member can visit and take care of me. I was breathless and want some fresh air. And want to meet all and say sorry for my ignorant behaviour.

It’s not just the nurses and doctors. It’s the people who are driving the ambulances. It’s the paramedic crews. It’s the woman at the desk doing the admin work. It’s the man coming in cleaning up after a dead body. It’s the porter taking it down to the morgue. The police staff taking serious actions.

Every single person is playing their part. I have written to the ambulance service and the hospital to thank them for their incredible care and dedication.

I touched death and I’m very lucky to be alive. What I’m now looking forward to is appreciating nature. I realised material things don’t matter. When I get outside I want to breathe the air, look at birds and enjoy the natural beauty of the world.

I’ve been given a second chance, A new life.