Hi friends 🌷, i hope you are doing well 😊.
There is a question which is asked by Switzerland University Interviewer for Medical application
" If we are so smart ( human beings ), then why can't we find the solution of every problem? "
Can anyone share what the best answer should be?
Complex problems are like a big door with a small keyhole. All problems are definitely solvable but the real challenge is to actually find that small key that opens the door. Perhaps, it's just a matter of time we find all those keys one by one that solves the unsolved. Perhaps, we are not ready yet. Perhaps, it is going to test our perseverance, hardwork and all froms of investment but we would find those solutions for sure. Vision without effort and execution is hallucination. Also, sometimes problems don't require a solution to solve them. Instead, they require maturity to outgrow them.
BELIEVEYou are never too lost - to be foundYou are never too broken - to healYou are never too gone - to come backThe Earth you come from - is where miracles do happen ________________________________ For more poetry, visit my official website www.abhinavmajumder.com
*Them: Let's do tit-for-tat. *Me: Nope.*Them: Why not! How do you manage to stay so calm?*Me: 'Cause I don't get into arguments with ignorant and half-witted people. I just cut it short and say "you are right"*Them: That doesn't make sense. That's illogical and incorrect. *Me: You are right.
What are some of the best feelings? •Walking into a warm place from cold or Air conditioned room from hot •Finding money you forgot somewhere •Cuddling upto someone after a bad day •Seeing your friends after a long time •Finishing a workout •Eating food you've been waiting all day •Others (?)
Most certainly, all of the above options could be considered as great feelings. However, the ones I would like to highlight are as below:1. When someone appreciates beyond bodies and genuinely compliments things other than just appearance. 2. Able to sleep a tad extra on an off-day when you worked hard the entire week to achieve your goals. 3. Taking off your shoes after a long hectic day or that first gulp of water after walking home on a hot day. Sometimes, moments of relaxation are the moments of happiness.4. Peeling the plastic sticker off electronic gadgets which you just bought. With own money? More sweet. 5. Successfully moving on from toxic relationship and feeling the freedom within. 6. Reading your favourite novel on a rainy day, while sitting in the balcony and holding a cup of tea/coffee.7. Unexpectedly meeting old friends and end up living your childhood once more.8. Witnessing your parents smile and talk about you with pride in their eyes.9. From being a part of the crowd to being the reason for a good crowd. 10. And sometimes, even the tiniest of things like "Cashback" and "Out for delivery".
Pls tell me a shortcut to solve all my life problems at once. Im so tired of this life.
Step 1 - Go to a bookstoreStep 2 - Find a book titled "How to solve 50% of your problems"Step 3 - Buy 2Congrats! You just solved all your problems! ....Nahhh, that's not how life works. You always reap what you sow. Nothing can be fixed overnight. Life is a lesson imperfectly learned. Forget shortcuts, enjoy the wonders of your path. Try replacing shortcut with willpower instead. And oh, let me tell you the Guru Mantra of life - It's your patience when you have nothing and your attitude when you have everything.
I gotta ask you this since you're a writer and I am tryna become one like how to keep motivating yourself to keep writing on when you're receiving negative feedbacks related to your writing? Do they bother you too?
To quote Anais Nin, "We don't see the world as it is, we see it as we are." Same is true for any form of creative writing. We don't read a section of prose or a piece of poetry as it is, we read it as we are. If you ask me, I write because the ideas in my head claw their way out whether I want them or not & not because I want readers to like what I write. Different people, different tastes. What you do? Push yourself harder and wish that someday the best in you comes out! I'd wrap up this answer in Martin Luther King Jr.'s words, "If you can't fly, then run. If you can't run, then walk. If you can't walk, then crawl. But whatever you do, you have to keep moving forward."
Frankly, the realist in me would tell you that feeling safe is nothing but an illusion. I don't visualize myself in an imaginary world. To quote, Richard Feynman, “The first principle is that you must not fool yourself — and you are the easiest person to fool.” Speaking metaphorically, you cannot stay inside a permanent fortress with an abundance of food, water, and medical professionals. You may get a black-belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu or get the powers of Captain Marvel one fine day and still not be safe. You gotta hustle & that's life. You can feel safe right before a car accident happens to you or just before your worst nightmare. Having said that, does that mean we should live our life amidst fear? Absolutely not! It means we should keep good spirit and enjoy every second of this precious gift we call “life”. Understand that having flaws is part of being human; it’s what we do with them that matters. Build our future, keep faith, stay perseverant and appreciate all the good things we have in our life. And these Illusions, they won't bother us anymore.
Them: "Don't judge someone by their looks."Also them: "Just look at him/her. They look cunning right from their face."Them: "You don't need a reason to be happy."Also them: "Why are you laughing without any reason?"