Sunday Post

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Ok, first of all, I am not sure what I will be writing for this post. It’s going to be a random bunch of thoughts thrown at you without any context. Lol. But it seems like a good idea to start this “Sunday Posts”. Let’s see how regular I could be.

So, I am going to share with you all, a couple of exciting things I watched on my boring Sunday afternoon. But, before that…

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The statistics of the Blog are surprising to me as I have barely posted anything on my Blog. This does make me happy. And I do plan to write a lot of meaningful articles in the coming times.

Ok, coming back.


Abstract – The Art of Design

I came across this fabulous documentary series on Netflix. I loved it. Even though I am not a Design student, there is some sort of magic to it. I can’t really explain. I loved hearing the inner dialogue of a creative person as they go about in their everyday life. The anxiety, the thought process. It’s a masterpiece, so inspiring. It’s a delight for the inner child in you.


Youtube Recommendations

Thanks to the amazing Youtube Algorithm, I was recommended a Video about Quantum Fields and the history of the Universe. I couldn’t resist but to draw a parallel between the Earth’s gradual cooling down after the Big Bang with Human life. Considering the start of High School like the “Big Bang” which took place on Earth in the very beginning. The particles collided and the planet became a fireball for thousands of years after that event. On the same lines, a kid is exposed to an immense amount of information as he graduates from School into a University and eventually into the “real-world”. It takes a long time for him to “cool down” and adapt. At some point he does, where he finally achieves some sort of stability. Here, the amount of time can’t be compared, but once calmed down, the planet started to recreate its shape and form.

[I am sorry if you thought this was too lame, I have a deep interest in understanding Human Psychology. The effect of Nature on Human Behavior and how the timeline of one creature could co-exist and replicate with some other being on the other side.]


Miss Americana

If you haven’t watched this Taylor Swift documentary yet, then go for it. You won’t regret. I am not her big fan either, but this documentary talks about much bigger issues than just glamour and star tantrums. It’s raw, genuine and opens your eyes to various perspectives in general. It’s a must-watch. Taylor’s work ethic and commitment is something we all can learn from. Other than that, I believe the documentary can be watched by anyone out there of any age or nationality. There is something for everyone in the box.


So that was my list. A bit nerdy. Go for it. #SundayPost

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