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The Creation of the Universe

“Even more extravagant than the Muslims were the Jews. The first chapter of the Jewish Bible contains the famous sentence: And God said, ‘Let there be light,’ and there was light;” the Kabbalists argued that the virtue of that command from the Lord came from the letters of the words. 192 more words


Writing Is Hard

I was a good math student in high school. When I say “good,” I mean really good.

My friend Ben and I sat in the back of the class. 483 more words



“Before embarking on important undertakings sit quietly calm your senses and thoughts and meditate deeply. You will then be guided by the great creative power of Spirit.” 1,122 more words


Pythagoras Triplets in an unsorted array. Implementation in cpp/c++.

using namespace std;
map<int,int> dp;
int binarysearch(int arr[],int low,int high,int element)
int mid=(low + high)/2;
int index;
if(element==arr) 260 more words


Philosopher Fridays: The Pre-Socratics, Part One

For this week’s edition of Philosopher Fridays, I’m doing something a little bit different. Instead of picking one philosopher to explore, I’m looking at a tradition of Pre-Socratic philosophers. 520 more words


Towards a Greek Kabbalah: Tetractys as Cosmic Framework

Alright, so now we understand the Greek letters as symbols of many things: zodiac signs, planets, elements, numbers, body parts, and any number of gods, images, and other concepts.   1,256 more words