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Are intelligence and happiness tied together in any way? If you are highly intelligent, is it more likely that you’ll be more, or less happy?

Intelligence is a state of illusion for those who interpret someone’s presence of mind as being intelligent. Just so everyone knows, everyone is intelligent. Its just a matter of utilizing your conscious levels to a certain degree. Once you will start to believe that you are no less than anyone else, having said that, you are an above average intelligent person. You will also find yourself in that state of happiness. Actually, its all wired in our brains. One who acts thoughtfully, will see better results and outcomes, than a whole bunch of others which in-turn will bring in happiness. So just act cautiously and thoughtfully. Don’t be easily influenced or being guided by others. Make your presence felt. And you will experience happiness.

Happiness and sadness are related to this worldly objects. If your mind in touch of a subject of this existing visible crude world , happiness or sadness is happened

If your mind is not attached with any worldly object/subject , happiness or sorrows must not happens!

Highly intellectuals, real talents, genius keeps their minds busy with any “mental subject rather than “worldly object”! Mental subject gives higher level of happiness obviously. Spiritual subject will emit more dense happiness!

Can rational thought exist without language?

I think that rational thoughts are independent from language. Sometimes I have new ideas while sleeping and then have a problem to translate them into normal language and writing down after waking up.

Very often we get some visual information and its verbal description is also a problem. As we know, a digital image (for sequence even more) has more information than a sequence of words. Some of it is excessive, other (less important) details are never put into words. But if a sequence of images generates some abstract ideas, translation of them into words is even more difficult. That is why some creators prefer to paint a picture or to write music – in this manner a lower fraction of their ideas will be lost

Hence; rational thought exist without language but those can not be communicated without a language. There need a language to communicate your thoughts.

Where does self-esteem really come from?

Confidence’ derives from the Latin word, ‘to trust’. Self-confidence essentially means to trust and have faith in oneself.

A self-confident person is able to act on opportunities, rise to new challenges, take control of difficult situations, and accept responsibility and criticism if things go wrong.

Just as the foundation of successful experience is self-confidence, so the foundation of self-confidence is successful experience. In the absence of confidence, courage takes over.

Confidence operates in the realm of the known; courage, on the other hand, operates in the realm of the unknown, the uncertain, and the fearsome: you cannot be a confident swimmer unless you once had the courage to lose your footing in deep water. Courage is more noble than confidence.

While self-confidence and self-esteemoften go hand in hand, it is possible to have high self-confidence and yet low self-esteem, as is, for example, the case with many celebrities. Esteem derives from the Latin aestimare, ‘to appraise, value, rate, weigh, estimate’, and self-esteem is the cognitive and, above all, emotional appraisal of our own worth. Our self-esteem is the matrix through which we think, feel, and act. It reflects, and also in large part determines, our relation to ourself, to others, and to the world.

One problem with achievement-based self-esteem is that it promotes the fear of failure and the pursuit of success at all costs.

People with healthy self-esteem are able to take risks and to give their all to a project or ambition, because, although failure may hurt or upset them, it is not going to damage or diminish them

Tagore, the first non-European to win the Nobel Prize in Literature, seems to perfectly encapsulate the Buddhist attitude in this poem-prayer.

-Let me not pray to be sheltered from dangers but to be fearless in facing them.

-Let me not beg for the stilling of my pain but for the heart to conquer it.

-Let me not crave in anxious fear to be saved but hope for the patience to win my freedom.

-Grant me that I may not be a coward, feeling your mercy in my success alone; but let me find the grasp of your hand in my failure.

Socrates is a shining example of a man who bravely lived up to his ideals, and, in the end, bravely died for them. Throughout his life, he never lost faith in the mind’s ability to discern and decide, and so to apprehend and master reality. Nor did he ever betray truth and integrity for a pitiable life of self-deception and semi-consciousness.

Many people find it simpler to work on their self-confidence than on their self-esteem, and end up with a long list of abilities and achievements to show for themselves.

World Population Day

July 11 is World Population Day inspired by public interest aroused by the 5 billion mark reached around July 11, 1987.

We celebrate this day today with 7.6B people’s who lives on Earth.

According to Media Reports …

Currently as per July 2018 reports, global population stands at 7.6 billion and is increasing at the rate of 100 million every 14 months

World population is expected to reach the 10 billion mark by 2050

Gender based violence affects 1 out of 3 women and has to be urgently addressed

The practice of child marriages is estimated to affect 70 million girls worldwide in the next 5 years.


This year’s World Population Theme is
“Family Planning Is Human Right”

As a human it is our responsibility not to put resources of this planet under stress the to overpopulation. Because on the sustainability of this planet our existence depends…

A story about hesitation, shyness and fear

Neil Armstrong, he was the first person to set his foot on the moon.

But, do you know who was supposed to be the first person? Many don’t know His name is Edwin C Aldarin….

He was the pilot for the Apollo mission.

He was working for American Airforce.

Moreover he had experience of space walking, hence selected as the pilot.

Neil Armstrong worked for the American Navy. He was selected for his courage as co-pilot. When the Apollo mission landed on moon, they received a command from NASA, “pilot first”, But Aldarin was hesitant, “what will happen”, “will I get sucked in or will I burn out”, etc.

The hesitation was not for hours, but few seconds. In the meantime, NASA sent the next command, “co-pilot next”.

Within, next second, Neil Armstrong put his foot on the moon and became part of world history. World history was changed in one second. Though Aldarin had the qualification and talent, because of hesitation, he is not recognized by many people. The world remembers only person who comes first. This is a good example of how people lose out because of hesitation and fear.

Whenever you see the moon , remember this a moment of hesitation can stop us from greatest victory.

We all have great potential in us, the only thing that stops us from achieving what we are supposed to achieve is our hesitation, fear and shyness.

Ek Soch

Ek soch aqal se fisal gayi

Mujh yaad thi ki badal gayi

Meri soch thi ki wo khwab tha

Meri zindagi ka hisaab tha

Meri justju ki baraqs thi

Meri mushkilo ka wo aqs thi

Mujhe yaad ho to wo soch thi

Jo na yaad ho to guman tha

Mujhe baithe baithe guma’ hua

Guma’ nahi tha khuda tha wo

Meri soch nahi thi khuda tha wo ……!!

Why I’m an atheist by Bhagat Singh

Why I am an atheist

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Being atheist, I ask a few questions from theists:

1. If, as you believe there is an Almighty, Omnipresent, Omniscient God, who created the earth or universe, please let me know, first of all, as to why he created this world. This world which is full of woe and grief, and countless miseries, where not even one person lives in peace.

2. Pray, don’t say it is His law. If He is bound by any law, He is not Omnipotent. Don’t say it is His pleasure

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I ask why your Omnipotent God does not hold a man back when he is about to commit a sin or offence. It is child’s play for God. Why did He not kill war lords? Why did He not obliterate the fury of war from their minds? In this way He could have saved humanity of many a great calamity and horror. Why does He not infuse humanistic sentiments into the minds of the Britishers so that they may willingly leave India? I ask why He does not fill the hearts of all capitalist classes with altruistic humanism that prompts them to give up personal possession of the means of production and this will free the whole labouring humanity from the shackles of money. You want to argue the practicability of Socialist theory, I leave it to your Almighty God to enforce it. Common people understand the merits of Socialist theory as far as general welfare is concerned but they oppose it under the pretext that it cannot be implemented.

Seven Social Sins

1925, in newspaper called Young India, Mahatma Gandhi published a list called

“The Seven Social Sins”.

Latter.. Gandhi gave an identical list to his grandson Arun Gandhi right before he passed away.

This list is also known as ” The Seven Blunders of the World” that would lead the world to see and violence. . .

These are …..

1- Wealth without work

2- Pleasure without conscience

3- Knowledge without character

4- Commence without morality

5- Science without humanity

6- Worship without sacrifice

7- Politics without principle

World Environment Day

India will host this year’s of celebration of world Environment Day.2018

India is the global host of 2018 World Environment Day which will held on June 5,2018. World Environment day is celebrated annually on june 5th.

This year theme is #Beat Plastic Pollution- “If you can’t reuse it, refuse it”.

Urges government Industry ,Communities etc. come togetherand explore substainable alternatives and urgently reduce the production.

Plasting polluting our oceans , damaging marine life and threating human health.

World environment day was established by the U.N.O’S general Assembly in 1972.

UN Environment is the leading global voice. It provides leadership in carrying for the environment by inspiring ,informing and enabling nation and peoples to improve their quality. UN Environment works with government.

Plastic pollution facts :-

Every year The world uses 500 billion plastic.In a year at least 8 million tonnes of plastic end up the oceans.

In the last decade we produced more plastic than in the whole last century50% of the plastic all use is single use or disposal.

We purchase 1 million plastic bottle every minutePlastic build up 10%of all the waste we generate.

The Story Behind Rare Bombay Blood Group (O-ve Group)

Blood groups were discovered in 1900 by an Austrian scientist Karl Landsteiner.

They come on four types A,B,AB and O.

The blood group actually indicates the antigens found on the red blood cells.

Broadly, there are two types of antigens A and B.

Blood with A antigens is called A group

While blood with B antigens is called B group.

If the blood has both antigens it is called AB group. If it has neither, it is called O group.

But in 1952 a trio of doctors at Bombay’s KEM hospital came across a patient whose blood would not match with A,B, AB or O.

It turns out that antigens A and B have an ancestral called H. All the three of them A,B and H were missing in KEM hospital patients blood.

After trying 160 unsuitable donors the doctors finally found a matching donor. Since he was from Bombay, they called it the Bombay blood group.

A person with the Bomabay Blood Group is a universal donor. But they can’t accept only from same group.

Since sometimes they can get labelled as the ‘O group’ a specify testing for antigen H will confirm if it indeed the Bombay blood group.

This is so rare that Bombay Blood Group found only four out of one million people. It is so rare that only 400 registered donors in the country have this blood type.

Since it is not certain, hence we can labelled it as O-ve blood group.

Source: Scroll.in