Be like NO ONE (deep thoughts)

I might have some unethical style of writing blogs, some misconceptions of grammar and words, swearing and condemning the people and some customs of the society. 

Look at a tree, selfless service provider, standing tall with pride yet so generous as it showers the sweet and juicy fruits upon us. Be like a Tree

Look at Thor, the mythological god of thunder, so Pride, honorable, fearless, a warrior and the defender of Asgard who didn’t accepted the throne because he thought he didn’t deserve it. Be like Thor

Look at Eden Hazard, the Belgian international Soccer star, hardworking, dedicated, one of the best in the world, a great player and a more great human in life. Be like Hazard

Look at your father, fighting hard, motivational, can do anything for your happiness, loves you no matter how good or bad you are. Be like your father

Look at Dwayne Johnson, WWE legend, great actor, sick speaking skills, badass attitude, a brand more than a human, beast gymer yet so generous and kind. Be like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson

We should get inspired from them, not try to be a ditto copy of them (if we can’t do it) because we’ll never be like anyone. That’s why I say

“No one” is like you, be like NO ONE 

The Raisina hill : {all you need to know about the area of the leaders}

Raisina Hill, often used as a metonym for the seat of the Government of India, is an area of Lutyens’ DelhiNew Delhi, housing India’s most important government buildings, including Rashtrapati Bhavan,[1] the official residence of the President of India and the Secretariat building housing the Prime Minister‘s Office and several other important ministries. It is surrounded by other important buildings and structures, including the Parliament of IndiaRajpath and India Gate

THE HISTORY

In 1911 to transfer the capital of British India from Calcutta (now Kolkata) to Delhi, a planning committee was formed, and a site 3 miles (5 km) south of the existing city of Delhi, around Raisina Hill, was chosen for the new administrative centre. A well-drained, healthy area between the Delhi Ridge and the Yamuna River, it provided ample room for expansion.

The Raisina Dialogue

The Raisina Dialogue is an annual conference held in New Delhi, envisioned to be India’s flagship conference of geopolitics and geo-economics.


Citylights 


This evening, as I travel

Halfway across the city
With the gentle drops of rain
Kissing the window
Reflecting the numerous lights
Of the buzzing town

Lights that stand atop silver poles 
Lights that guide speeding vehicles 
Lights of skyscrapers and of humble huts
I gaze up at the embracing sky 
With just a handful of stars 
Smiling mockingly at the land below 

Undiminishing and overpowering 
I can’t look away as they whisper 
And I realise 
They are the truth 
And all that I  see before me;
The enticing shine
Are mere, blatant lies
Before the glow of the universe 
Before the stardust that makes us, us

Struggling with happiness

We all have a period of time in our life where the odds are against us, where things don’t work out as they’re expected to. Where we STRUGGLE !!

That’s right we all struggle in life then whether it’s a student struggling to get his degree, a father struggling to keep his children happy or a old man struggling to find a reason to live. But what really makes the difference is that how we cope with this struggle of the longest-running marathon of the world – LIFE. 

Michael Phelps once said “if you do a job which you love, you don’t have to work a single day of your life”but with that being said we all know he struggled to be the GOAT athlete. Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson said and I quote, “blood, sweat and tears, the first you give, the last you get”. It’s obvious that the quotes which are said from the people have a taste of their own perspective and experience of life.

It’s about what we do with the struggle. Do we enjoy it ? Or do we take it as a stress ? We should always enjoy our struggle by thinking what we’ll achieve after getting through this period of time. The world lies on hope, so should our thinking. If we hope for a better tomorrow, we can surely work our butt off and act a leave it all philosophy in the area where we are struggling. It’s about time when the tables turns and the bell of good times ring around, we should always work for a great present and work for a PHENOMENAL tomorrow. That’s how we’ll consider the struggle of life as a enjoyable, adorable marathon which god created for us to get inspired and keep inspiring 

Actions or Intentions ? (A question for all ?)

Yesterday, I read a book referring to the conversation between Ishwar Chand Vidyasagar and Sri Ramakrishna paramhans where Vidyasagar questioned the sage about the existence of the thing called god with a opinion to deny it’s existence. In the same book but the other chapter, Swami Vivekananda (the disciple of Ramkrishna) said that if people get killed while going to holy places, they are killed for a purpose and intention which can only be understood by God. I say that Swami Vivekananda should answer a not-so complex answer which he really did in the book

He said Changez Khan acted sin but his intentions were good like lord Krishna. 

Sometimes we do things with “niyyat” (the purity of intentions) but the actions done for fulfilling these intentions goes wrong. So does that make us a villain or visionary ?

I just wanna know your thoughts about this. Which is more important. Our actions or our intentions behind the actions ? If you say equally then I think you got it wrong because humans does not and never will possess equal everything

We create our own demons

“We create our own demons”, this quote is one of the truest ever said or heard on the planet. We start with something pure and exciting. But then our ego and mistakes play their parts. Love and hate. Love becomes hate when it is twisted and filled with obsession, betrayal and redemption. Sometimes, we do things, terrible things, in the name of love, which is only the excuse that we made to justify our behavior. 


We often put our downfall and unsatisfactiom on the shoulders of others (ex. Our parents) but why don’t we take the blame ourselves. Our pointless blamings, hopes and expectations to others are as useless as “ueue” in “queue

It would rather be an inspiration rather than a fiendish. To do good is effortless but doing the opposite requires conscious exertion of pain, of trouble.”

Wizards and Sorcerers : The difference

We often hear the disputes and confusion surrounding the difference between a wizard and a sorcerer. Many gamers, explorers, fiction lovers and people from different fields are always debating a part of their minds to find out the most ‘BASIC’ difference between the two. So here’s my thought about the most basic difference between a wizard and a sorcerer :

Sorcerers are said to be more inherently adept to magic and are considered as natural spell casters whereas Wizards  learn their craft and spells from long hours of studying and meditation


Summary :

1.The term wizard is a term derived from the Anglo-Saxon (Old English) term “wysard,” which means “the wise one.” They are often depicted as beings that do a formal study about spells for them to be able to cast them. While, The term “sorcerer,” by contrast, is of Old French origin “sorcier” which also means the same thing as its other counterpart.

2.Sorcerers are said to be more inherently adept to magic and are considered as natural spell casters.

3.Wizards learn their craft and spells from long hours of studying and meditation.

4.Wizards are often pictured as old magicians with long beards while sorcerers are usually more youthful than the wizards.

5.Based on some popular fantasy games, wizards rely so much on their spell books for them to create magic unlike sorcerers who can cast such out of thin air.