Notes from reading: The Way to Wealth: Ben Franklin on Money and Success (Franklin, Benjamin)

Benjamin aka Ben Franklin was one of the founding fathers of  USA. He was a self taught genius and made contribution in fields of  science, literature, politics and many more.  I am fascinated by him and it prompted me to read this book. Over the time, I will be reading more of his writings. These are […]

Notes from reading: Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramhansa Yogananda

Autobiography of a Yogi  was in my reading list for the past few months.  Last week I was able to finish reading it. The book as the title says is an autobiography of Paramhansa Yogananda. Paramhansa Yogananda with his teachings and  Kriya Yoga  changed life of many of us. He spent most of his time […]

Notes from reading:  How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big by Scott Adams

Scott Adams, the famous cartoonist behind Dilbert is a genius. My respect for him has increased multifold after his commentary around US election. Like many other successful people he too did it  with his hard work.He was not born with  a silver spoon. His book How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big […]

Social media and Brain FUCK!!

Social media was on fire last week.It was almost buzzing & it had too much of information/opinion/emotion overflow. Two important things happened: USA Donald Trump won the presidential election of United States by defeating Hillary Clinton.  This means he will replace Obama to become next President of United States.                        This result followed mixed reaction from […]

Learning after turning 30+ some lessons & life forward.

I celebrated my 30 birthday last month & yes, I am three decades old now. Few of the lessons were learnt willingly but most of them forcefully imposed/taught the hard way.    Family comes first Avoiding alcohol can do magic to your health Run & exercise regularly for better physical and mental health Keep your […]

Random Thoughts: We have stopped being grateful

We are living in a hyper-converged world, smart phones & social media taking more time than family/friends/nature/surrounding. We have enough to feed ourself unlike those laborers working in mine/rail/road constructions. We have enough to commute from one place to another in cab/car/taxi/auto unlike many others who still walk miles barefoot for work. We are free/independent […]