Very Boring. Works Like Magic.

Napoleon defined military genius as "The man who can do the average thing when all those around him are going crazy." Average things are boring. Boring things are not intellectually stimulating enough (in the wrong ways). They don't give us the adrenaline rush. My rules for a boring life. a. Mediocre skills required to create… Continue reading Very Boring. Works Like Magic.

David Benatar on Quality of Life

Life has to be given a meaning because of the obvious fact that it has no meaning. - Henry Miller Have you ever wondered that it would have been better if you never took birth? Have you ever wondered that there are greater pains in life than there are pleasures and that it makes no… Continue reading David Benatar on Quality of Life

A Letter To My 20 Year Old Self

A happy person wants 10,000 things. A sick person wants just one thing. Desires are clouding your mind, be aware of their effect. Desire is suffering. - Naval Is it too cliched to write letters to your younger self? Have you read way too many of them already giving the same advice to everyone? Do… Continue reading A Letter To My 20 Year Old Self

Using Second Order Thinking in Life and Everywhere Else

They have always said "Think before you act". They could have said it better "Consider the second and third order consequences before acting". How do you define Second order thinking (also known as second-level thinking)? Before we define second order thinking, let us understand the definition of first order thinking. First order thinking is the… Continue reading Using Second Order Thinking in Life and Everywhere Else

Anchors pulling us down and how to deal with them?

The race of human beings is meant to get carried away with worldly pleasures. We continue to get stuck in the laboriousness in pursuit of such pleasures. More money, a bigger house, a bigger car, a bigger diamond, or a 7-star holiday. We continue to get anchored to such pleasures and forget to re-consider if… Continue reading Anchors pulling us down and how to deal with them?