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Fiction involves visualization. An image accompanies a fictional mind. The moment we hear or read a story, our mind visualizes the scene and the characters. The process continues even after the story ends. Although we can freely roam in the visual world, this world is limited. Our imagination has a limit to vision. Our neuralContinue reading “FICTIONAL WORLD TOO HAS LOGIC”
Does retirement mean waste of intellectual capital? This questions is important because around 1.5 billion people will be older than 65 in 2050. Some people think that the second innings are generally insipid and insecure. Some think, it is not so. One view is that the elders are patient and wise. The other view isContinue reading “GROUP YOU ASSOCIATE WITH OFTEN DETERMINES THE TYPE OF PERSON YOU BECOME”
The word fool originated from the Latin word follis, a large inflated ball. We generally think, an ignorant who is unable to judge or understand a thing properly is foolish. But a fool is not necessarily stupid. Michael Dirda puts fools in three categories: real fools, professional fools, and unsuspecting fools. The innocent and simpletonsContinue reading “FOOLS ARE NOT NECESSARILY INFLATED BALLS”
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