Notes from Reading: Paradox of Choice by Barry Schwartz

Two weeks back I picked up Paradox of Choice by Barry Schwartz.  The book talks about enormous options Capitalism has bought us along how it has made decision process more confusing. People even incase offered rewards tends to escape from taking it when they have too many choices offered. Companies producing 20-100 types of Jeans expects… Continue reading Notes from Reading: Paradox of Choice by Barry Schwartz

Notes from Reading: First & Last Freedom by J Krishnamurti

Picked First & Last freedom by J Krishnamurti 2 weeks back. The book is collection of his discourse on various topics. These are some of my simplified Kindle notes from the book: Relationship invariably results in possession, in condemnation, in self-assertive demands for security, for comfort and for gratification, and in that there is naturally… Continue reading Notes from Reading: First & Last Freedom by J Krishnamurti

Rashmi Rathi by Ramdhari Singh Dinkar

This week for a change i picked up collection of poem/conversation by Ramdhari Singh Dinkar. The book is poets version of conversation happening between Karn, Krishna, Kunti, Duryodhan in the battle field of Kurukshatra, part of epic saga Mahabharatha. Credit must be given to  Ramdhari Singh Dinkar  for his imagination and writing this. Instead of adding… Continue reading Rashmi Rathi by Ramdhari Singh Dinkar

Notes from Reading: “Wheat Belly”- Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight and Find Your Path Back to Health

Last weeks reading was Wheat Belly by William Davis MD. In the book, author talks about how over century wheat has evolved from being a wild grass to staple food and is key part of all our meals. While wheat has cured world hunger, its genetic modifications have also resulted in carrying modern day disease.  Reading this… Continue reading Notes from Reading: “Wheat Belly”- Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight and Find Your Path Back to Health

Random Thoughts: A perfect world

Where existed no religion Where no one was judged Where everyone lived with absolute freedom Where goods were plenty but no money Where everyone was human not robots Where relationship existed for real with no pre-requisites or conditions Where existed no society or divisions on basis of color of your skin or looks, height, weight… Continue reading Random Thoughts: A perfect world

Notes from Reading: Think Simple, How Smart Leaders Defeat Complexity

This was one of the very first book I have read about Apple, Ken Segall {author} was part of external team which came up with some beautiful advertisement for Apple.  In this book he shares all his experince about working with Steve Jobs, culture at Apple and what makes it unique company. These are some… Continue reading Notes from Reading: Think Simple, How Smart Leaders Defeat Complexity

Notes from Reading: Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari

First thing first, Modern Romance is not a guide for finding hook-up or soulmate. 🙂 ok let’s continue further. Aziz Ansari is a seasoned standup comedian. He wrote this book mentioning his encounter with women via online dating. The book mostly talks about all sides of online dating & how horizon of meeting THAT PERFECT… Continue reading Notes from Reading: Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari