I am an executive who likes spending time reading and writing about almost everything under the sun.I love writing within the cusp of relationships, history, and creativity where boundaries are blurred, and possibilities are immense.
The Dark History of the Thanksgiving Day
A Celebration of People Coming Together? “Native Americans and the settlers were best friends.” The above statement came straight out of the notebook of my 6th-grade daughter, who was told to write a short essay about Thanksgiving.
The Mystery of the Next-Generation Surprise
The Mysterious Package I looked at the contents of the package for the nth time with a sense of trepidation growing out of proportion every second. Moments before, on a balmy Sunday evening, a drone had landed unexpectedly on my 10th-floor balcony and had deposited the package.
The Sad Lives of the American Dollar Princesses
A Mutually Beneficial, Cold-Hearted Transaction America’s nouveau rich of the 1870s were filthy rich but they still considered themselves ‘commoners’ as they did not have exquisite titles of Dukes, Duchesses, Earls, and the like. And this was not acceptable to them. They wanted an aristocracy attached to their names to elevate their statuses.
The Mysterious Soviet School for Sex Spies
Sparrows and Ravens In 1964, The French Ambassador to Moscow Maurice Dejean was left spellbound as an alluring girl nearly half his age invited him to her bedroom. He had only met her a couple of hours back at a friend’s luncheon meeting and she seemed to be ‘head-over-heels’ in love with him. Within hours, he was in her apartment making love.
How to Get More Shit Done and be Super Productive
The Wikipedia definition of laziness states it as “someone’s disinclination to perform activity or exertion despite having the ability to act or execute”. In simple words, it means our lack of interest to do any activity despite knowing that not doing it will have a negative impact on our life.
The Most Notorious Scientific Hoax in History
It Was a Masterful Hoax The human psyche craves for recognition. We all love that dopamine rush that overwhelms us when we are appreciated for our abilities, attitude, or even our appearance. It is natural, nothing wrong with it.