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What is Buddha? (or Possibly Too Much Information)

Daily Prompt

Think of something that truly repulses you. Hold that thought until your skin squirms. Now, write a glowing puff piece about its amazing merits. 420 more words

Daily Prompt

Wavehuntress Kicks Ass: Some Motivation For You

That does it! Since I am back from my holidays I feel like a square peg in a round hole. The grey cold weather annoys me, I feel weak and tired and I can’t get my head out of my ass. 701 more words


Module 2.2: The Genius In Us

Several people have attempted to define what being intelligent is based on IQ scores and results. Some even have created tests to measure it. There are also some who have broken it down into different types based on the Multiple Intelligence Theory by Dr. 417 more words

And Realizations

On Family, On Friendship, On Relationship

This is my first blog post of 2015. These rare, rare posts of mine, in which my attempts to increasing the frequency of have only resulted in countless drafts left unfinished in my account. 1,627 more words


The incredible twos...

You have heard the line — “terrible twos”. They associate this with children at the age of two. It describes how rowdy and difficult it is to care for a two year old. 295 more words


APAC Social and Mobile Usage to Surge in 2015

2015 promises to be an exciting year for digital marketing across APAC. In ever timely fashion, the comprehensive We Are Social Annual Report confirms this potential, highlighting robust growth for social, digital and mobile in the region over the coming 12 months. 345 more words


Asking The Right Questions

An important part of any researcher’s job is to ask questions. Often times what sets really great researchers apart from average researchers are the types of questions that they ask. 325 more words