Wednesday, November 29

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Everybody Wants To Rule The World
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Everybody Wants To Rule The World

It’s a tale as old as time, really. Humans have always been drawn to power, to beauty, to glory. To everything that will eventually be their undoing. Throughout history, brilliant men and women have found themselves seized by a deep, subconscious desire that has slowly consumed them fully. There has always been this undying wish, this undeniable thirst, to prove their worth and to leave behind something. A mark; a scar. Anything to let it be known that they once lived. That they once walked this very Earth.  Let me tell you a story. 10,000 years ago, a young child stumbled upon a cave hidden in the mountainside while tending to his herd. Ignoring his mother’s calls for supper, he went to explore, to poke around and see all that his little heart desired. He took in everything: the ...
<strong>The Enigma of Anne Boleyn: A Queen Slain or a Scheming Sinner?</strong>
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The Enigma of Anne Boleyn: A Queen Slain or a Scheming Sinner?

Anne Boleyn, King Henry VIII's second wife, has been the subject of much historical conjecture for centuries, leaving one to ponder whether she was a cunning manipulator who rose to power through her wit and charm, or rather, a victim of political conspiracies - unjustly accused and executed. The answer, unfortunately, remains shrouded in mystery, but it is worth exploring the story of this intriguing figure. Anne Boleyn, born into a prominent family in England in the early 16th century, was renowned for her intelligence, charm, and quick wit. In 1525, she caught the eye of King Henry VIII and their romantic relationship began, despite the fact that it was controversial as the king was still married to his first wife, Catherine of Aragon. The importance of King Henry's marriage to Anne...
Contemplating The Face Of God: Sufi Art
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Contemplating The Face Of God: Sufi Art

"A way and a means of striking a root through the 'narrow gate' in the depth of the soul out into the domain of the pure arid un-imprisonable Spirit which itself opens out onto the Divinity." That is how Ahmad Al Tajani (a revered Sufi born in modern day Algeria) defines Sufism and even though there have been many definitions, this quintessentially addresses the core embodiment of the Sufi philosophy. Just like art, Sufism knows no bounds. It could be found in the hands of the dervishes in India while also residing with the Alawiyya community in France. Sufism echoes through history and paves the way for a more meaningful future and to aid this ART at its forefronts. It is deep rooted in Sufi philosophy but the most well-known and exalted example would be of Jalal al-Din Rumi. ...
When Reason Fails, The Devil Helps – A Review On Crime and Punishment
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When Reason Fails, The Devil Helps – A Review On Crime and Punishment

Dostoevsky’s ‘Crime and Punishment’ first appeared in 1866 in a Russian magazine. Revolving around Romanovich Raskolnikov, a Russian law student who lives in destitution and utmost poverty who decides through contradictory theories, including utilitarian morality and the belief that extraordinary people have the “perfect right to commit breaches of morality and crimes” and ultimately murders Alyona Ivanovna, an elderly pawnbroker. One murder leads him to another, descending him into a downward spiral of psychosis.  Dostoevsky’s hero is an arrogant, egoistic, self-centered, condescending and a highly unlikeable smug individual, who thinks of his crime as not a murder but as riddance of a lower life form and as a favor to everyone and himself to be the savior. Today, we would recogn...
Kaizen Capital Management
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Kaizen Capital Management

Investment Strategy Summary Our Investment strategy is fully client-centric and we would achieve that by active management. We aim at fulfilling it by using a distinct strategy for distinct objectives. Inflation today is the highest since the past 3 decades; to suit our client's need to pay scholarship, we made sure that we invested in equities which has been a good inflation hedge historically. We also made our portfolio less vulnerable to volatility in the market to support withdrawals. Investment Strategy Uniqueness We will have 2 conflicting strategies, one with higher risk and higher volatility and the other with lower risk and lower volatility. The combination of these strategies in one portfolio won’t make our portfolio market neutral but it would cater to the client goals...
Entrepreneurship in our genes ?
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Entrepreneurship in our genes ?

Humans are considered the most average species in the evolutionary timeline and surprisingly are one of the most crucial species to ever dominate planet earth and the species that single-handedly dealt extinctions and destroyed ecosystems competing with nature itself Just take sharks and whales for example these are majestic creatures evolving over hundreds of millions of years and dominate the sea, Humans despite being so average have been able to dominate the whole ecosystem Our mammal’s ancestors weren't so fortunate since 200 million years ago mammals have been the underdogs of planet earth , an average species. None of the revolutions in human history have been solely circumstantial or accidental 300,000 years ago human species called homo Erectus discovered fire and t...
The Butterfly Effect of a Drug Lord’s Hobby
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The Butterfly Effect of a Drug Lord’s Hobby

Have you ever read about the butterfly effect? Or the famous cliché that the flap of a butterfly's wings in the Amazon can cause a tornado in Texas? It doesn't add up, but then again, nothing in our complex universe just adds up. It usually has a lot more to it than addition. Amongst the many theories, nerds like to read up on is the butterfly effect. It's a very intricately detailed theory that you only need to know the basics of. But it's better to use Stephen king's book for this example rather than just describing it in my own words. In his book, 11/22/63, a man named Jake discovers a portal that leads him back to 1958. After some research and experiments, he realizes he can alter history. On top of that, no matter how much time he spends in the past, only two minutes of the...
What is the prevalence of “Symbolic Catharism”?
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What is the prevalence of “Symbolic Catharism”?

The involvement of Catharism is dated back to Aristotle’s use of the term in his Poetics and defining it as a way to “describe an effect of the Greek tragedy on its spectator; by viewing tragic plays the spectator’s own anxieties are put outward and purged in a socially harmless way”. As such, this employment is elaborated to continue in both, communicative research and artistic purposes in deeming aggressive tendencies or built- up emotions to find release through a patient/ person’s fantasy or mass media; “Symbolic Catharism”. This has further evolved into a tool used in several artistic forms such as the dramatics, literature and fine arts in developing pieces that provide cathartic moments for observers on all aspects of the emotional spectrum. The emotions an individual may identify ...
Link Between Depression and Hormonal Imbalances in Females
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Link Between Depression and Hormonal Imbalances in Females

A research survey conducted in 2019 concluded that around 80% of the female population experiences hormonal imbalances, and around 70% are unaware that they may be developing conditions such as PCOS and endometriosis. These are gynaecological conditions, which occur as a result of hormonal imbalances, and they disproportionately affect Black and South Asian females. Such conditions are often under-diagnosed and paid little attention to. Often, they are misunderstood, and the greatest misconception surrounding endometriosis and PCOS is that they are often considered only to be fertility diseases, when in reality, there is so much more to consider. The main topic of discussion is not the physical aspects of such conditions and imbalances, but the psychological ones. Women with PCOS or en...
Recipe for Banana Bread
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Recipe for Banana Bread

Hi everyone! Here is a foolproof recipe for the best banana bread you’ll ever have! It’s really easy to make and is a delicacy which everyone can enjoy. Don’t worry, it doesn’t taste completely like bananas! I’ve been making this for the past 2 years and everyone in my house loved it ( including my grandfather who is NOT a fan of desserts) Do try it out!You’ll probably find all these ingredients in your pantry but if not then go make a quick visit to your nearest grocery store! ½ cup butter, melted ½ cup white sugar½ cup brown sugar2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 ½ cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking soda ½ teaspoon salt1 tsp cinnamon ½ cup sour cream ½ cup chopped walnuts 2 medium bananas mashedP.S you can add chocolate on top. In a large bowl, stir together the melted...