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.”

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Where The Mind Is Without Fear

Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high

Where knowledge is free
Where the world has not been broken up into fragments
By narrow domestic walls
Where words come out from the depth of truth
Where tireless striving stretches its arms towards perfection
Where the clear stream of reason has not lost its way
Into the dreary desert sand of dead habit
Where the mind is led forward by thee
Into ever-widening thought and action
Into that heaven of freedom, my Father, let my country awake.                              – Rabindranath Tagore

How sports build your self-esteem​

Rooting for teams is reflective of a primitive tribal impulse that we all have inside of us that wants our group, our geographic tribe, to prevail,” Wiener explains. “So when local sports teams win, there’s plenty of evidence that people actually feel better about themselves. They wear that apparel with pride and glow a little bit.” Research also suggests that having an allegiance to a team in a community setting results in a sense of belonging and can be beneficial to emotional health.”We know that social support is a health benefit, and when you root for a team you instantly have a way to connect with people and share information about yourself and your opinions in a safe way,” adds Wiener. “It’s a really important way in which people in society can communicate and can get to know each other, and therefore stay more connected to each other and boost your self-image.”

Nicolaus Copernicus: the father of astronomy

To know that we know what we know, and to know that we do not know what we do not know, that is true knowledge.”

Born on 19 February, 1473 in the city of Thorn in the province of royal Prussia- the kingdom of Poland. Despite being from a wealthy merchant’s family with a politically active father (Nicolaus Copernicus​ sr.) who was active in supporting Poland against the Teutonic order. After the death of his father, Copernicus’ studies were looked after. By his maternal uncle. He became very prolific in some languages for example spoken Latin, German, etc.

In 1496, Copernicus left to the University of Bologne Italy, where he studied Canon Law with a view to a career in the church. After completing his studies, he temporarily succeeded to the Warmia Canonry. However, he was never fully ordained as a priest and turned away from Canon law – preferring the humanities which were of greater interest to him.

Copernicus created a model of the universe which placed the sun at the centre of the universe (heliocentrism) – challenging the prevailing orthodoxy of the time – which believed the earth at the centre of the universe.

His major work De revolutionibus orbium coelestium (1543) (On the Revolutions of the Celestial Spheres) was published just before his death and marked an important scientific landmark – it was a key moment in the scientific 

Copernicus created a model of the universe which placed the sun at the centre of the universe (heliocentrism) – challenging the prevailing orthodoxy of the time – which believed the earth at the centre of the universe.

His major work De revolutionibus orbium coelestium (1543) (On the Revolutions of the Celestial Spheres) was published just before his death and marked an important scientific landmark – it was a key moment in the scientific revolution of the Renaissance period.

With being a pioneer astronomer, Nicolaus was an expert in many aspects as he was practising physician, economist, diplomat, scholar and gained an awful lot of doctorate in canon law

When the odds are against you

We often get times in our life where almost everything goes against us; the time, the people, the world and every other things. We have two choices in this situation-

  • 1.to leave everything and sit down for sadness
  • 2. Get up and follow your daily routine not 

thinking of anything to happen just you and your life. There will come days where you have to wait for long and by long I mean even for years but that doesn’t we shouldn’t do anything at the span of time. In the time of waiting, you should know all about yourself, your work rate, your ethics, your thinking, you specialities and your characteristics. You should perfect your strengths and endure your weaknesses to hit the world hard when your time comes.

 Ever notice the word ‘rough’ in through? There is truth to that, though the way may be rough, we are still able to get through it.

Do not be sad that all odds are against you; be happy that your real purpose is by you