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To the readers of my blog

I am a bit busy in office work and personal work from last 4 months.
I may still be busy for 3 more weeks. I would like to post some good
stuff in coming days. When I say good stuff I don't mean only the good content created by
me. I wanna post any content which is worth reading (of course with
due acknowledge). So keep checking............. I would like to hear your comments.

What Is Intelligence, Anyway? - Isaac Asimov

When I was in the army, I received the kind of aptitude test that
all soldiers took and, against a normal of 100, scored 160. No one at
the base had ever seen a figure like that, and for two hours they made
a big fuss over me. (It didn't mean anything. The next day I was still
a buck private with KP - kitchen police - as my highest duty.) All my life I've been registering scores like that, so that I have
the complacent feeling that I'm highly intelligent, and I expect other
people to think so too. Actually, though, don't such cores simply
mean that I am very good at answering the type of academic questions
that are considered worthy of answers by people who make up the
intelligence tests - people with intellectual bents similar to mine? For instance, I had an auto-repair man once, who, on these
intelligence tests, could not possibly have scored more than 80, by my
estimate. I always took it for granted that I was far more intelligent
than he was. Yet, when anything went wr…

Master Your Fears

"Doubt and fear are the great enemies of knowledge, and he
who encourages them, who does not slay them, thwarts himself
at every step." -- As A Man Thinketh

I've heard it said that we're born with only a few fears -
like the fear of falling and the fear of loud noises. All
other fears we learn along the way. Like the fear of
failure, the fear of rejection - even a fear of success.

I believe our greatest enemy in life is fear, because fear
keeps us from doing many of those things we would like to do
that would make our life more complete and more enjoyable.

Doubt is the firs cousin of fear and precedes it. We weren't
born with doubt. Our habit of doubt has grown throughout our

If we dwell on a doubt and give in to it, it then grows into
fear. The Apostle James reminds us that doubt makes us
ineffective, "a sea that is tossed and driven by the wind;
and every decision you then make will be uncertain, as you
turn first this way, and then that."

If most of our fears an…