Hearing the term “Billionaire” makes our thoughts go heavy. Presumably, because we either think of its achievement as near to impossible or backed by stupendous academics degrees or the ones moved by tons of experiences.
To differentiate, the journey of this twenty-two-year-old shines out as extraordinary from the ordinary. Yes, this boy is no Standford or Oxford dropout but is one special among the many. His success rainbows like radiant sunshine that barely meets shades of dark clouds, which clearly defines his achievements beyond people’s imagination! In his words, he mentions:
“I want to build other channels like beast gaming and beast reacts so that I can run my main channel at a loss and grow as big as possible. And then use my main channels influence to one day open hundreds of homeless shelters/food banks and give away all the money. …
The U.S Capitol witnessed its shares of turbulent times. In its history of over 200 years, the Capitol’s role in strengthening the democracy and citizen empowerment has been affixed as its core. The Capitol serves as the central location where the United States Congress meet, and the country’s laws are passed.
As far as it’s role is considered, it is pillared on establishing legislative governance however the Capitol has also been a victim of terrible violent attacks. …
Memes are viral phenomena. It’s a term coined by the Scientist Richard Dawkins that originated from his 1976 book The Selfish Gene. Memes refer to an idea, phrase, or concept spread by a group of people through imitation or recreation that assigns itself a possibility of going viral.
During World War II, a meme went viral and became exceptionally popular. Typically seen in graffiti, the meme “Kilroy was here” was ubiquitous and the said phrase was found to be written everywhere. …
The early 20th century witnessed significant innovation when the Post Office decided to ship large packages and parcels through the mail. Previously, during the 19th century, private delivery companies existed; however, Parcel Post's introduction expanded the mail-delivery reach to the far-flung areas.
Since the beginning of the official Post Office’s Parcel Post on January 1, 1913, the service has opened the American people’s doors to exchange vast amounts of goods and services. Surprisingly, the service leaves us astounded when parents literally mailed their babies. Yes, “mailing babies” was a real thing that history documents. …
At times, tightly enclosed spaces can send shivers down the spine. Especially if one is claustrophobic, the situation can feel like a nightmare. Claustrophobia, the fear of confined spaces, is one of the most common phobias in the world.
One study indicated that approximately 5 to 10% of the global population suffer from severe claustrophobia, but only a few receive treatment. And the majority of those experiencing it can relate it to the scary ordeal of Colleen Stan, popularly known as “The Girl In The Box.”
It was the year 1977. Twenty-year-old Colleen Stan was hitchhiking for days from her hometown in Oregon to attend a friend's birthday party in Northern California. …
Tragic deaths, mysterious disappearances, thunderous happenings, and inexplicable phenomenon always leaves us baffled. In the realms of uncertainty, these mysteries can prove irresistible, especially in the internet age.
Several outlandish theories, arguments, assumptions, and analyses are carried out to resolve the unsolved. Occasionally, some answers arrive at a certain extent; however, the puzzling mysteries are seemingly a tuff nut to crack.
Some of the weirdest imaginations strike as a replica in reality. It acts like a thrill in the veins. Often in life, the thoughts we cultivate takes the shape of reality. The young girl, Kathy Hobbs bizarre imaginations made her life a living hell. …
This is life’s story
Starts with time; and
Ends with time.
Every moment each hour
Time is everyone’s priceless stick
Sometimes changing like the weather
Sometimes radiant like sunshine
“Time” is Life’s prestigious art
Embracing us with meaningful teachings.
Two steps ahead few steps behind
Sometimes running to win
Sometimes owing up after failing
To Life’s every taste
Taught us by time.
Time is like the monumental door
Which connects and is connected to every soul
Time is life’s invincible truth
Bringing us to the path
Where the silence of mind oughts out; and
A musical thought keeps reflecting
In today’s century, everyone peddles with lack of time. …
“I sometimes think that people’s hearts are like deep wells. Nobody knows what’s at the bottom. All you can do is imagine by what comes floating to the surface every once in a while.” — Haruki Murakami
The events in life are weirdly strange. At several instances, if the emotions remain unchecked, not acknowledged in detail and unregulated, then these tumultuous states generate feelings that can leave relationships weakened.
Emotions have a higher say in cumulative events of life. They can turn the individual an extrovert and introvert which fairly stands justified. …
“Education is the point at which we decide whether we love the world enough to assume responsibility for it and by the same token save it from that ruin which, except for renewal, except for the coming of the new and young, would be inevitable.”— Hannah Arendt, ‘The Crisis in Education’
Education is at the centre of everything that advances goodness in the world. It helps derive meaningfulness behind everything. In life, it becomes imperative that we keep learning. Furthermore, taking responsibility for educating oneself and spreading knowledge helps life evolve individually and benefit humankind collectively.
Ancient scholars have always focussed on the importance of education. It is through this that they made incredible inventions and historical discoveries — some of which we still wonder about. In all, the ancient scholars laid a foundation for education to transcend, transform, and broaden its horizons through each evolutionary cycle. …
Decorum in the world of the living
Beneath the cloud
And underneath the moonlit spring
Gazing upright to the stars in light
The fragrance in the arena bloom
A benign — Beats of Solitude.
A moot holds in relation to Solitude
It's not loneliness but a musical beat in tune
Solitude is the parlance of self-belief
A musical humming to an individuals speech
Defunct of loneliness
Solitude is a caress affection of self.
Amnesty in the world of dark
Guide in the light of the unfounded path
To the beats of solitude
Strings from the heart within
Ensembles an optimistic meaning
And the arrays rainbows like a florid spark. …