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Imagination opens up the door for a different world. It holds such immense power that acts as a catalyst to escape the harshness of reality and merge oneself in a superficial world.

Imagination leads to creativity. It is actually an escape pod to a different world. To be able to imagine makes one innovative and unique from the rest. It is only through imagination that we are able to thrive and grow, bring ourselves adaptable to changes and work for betterment.

To imagine beyond the boundaries set up by societal standards is very important. Imagination actually gives us wings to fly away from the daily hustle of life. The power of imagination is limitless and too strong which helps to break all the shackles that hold us back. Imagination helps us to realize our dream. It opens our eyes to various limitless possibilities. When we talk about imagination being powerful, then it has both positive and negative effects. Reviewing the positive effects, it can be observed how imagination brings us a step closer to our dreams. To be able to imagine is to look into a matter from a different perspective and bring out innovativeness in every possibility. …

Lately, an ever-increasing number of individuals have been shopping on the web. Online business sites have filled in notoriety as an ever-increasing number of organizations keep on moving on the web. Amazon is a great representation of how huge internet shopping can develop. As we approach the Christmas season, individuals will be shopping more than expected. Be that as it may, seasonal shopping will glance very different in 2020 than lately. While internet shopping keeps on moving upwards, the worldwide pandemic that has tormented all of 2020 may help this upwards pattern. The days following Christmas are enormous shopping days where a huge number of individuals go out and exploit gigantic deals. Notwithstanding, lately, fewer individuals have been leaving their homes to go Black Friday shopping or catching hold of the End Of reason sales on multiple online sites. …

“Keep a diary, and someday it will keep you”- Mae West

Diaries have been a way of venting out all our feelings. It is a safe space that allows us to express our innermost thought, feelings, and desires. It is one of the most personal and informal forms of writing. Diaries can be based on an experience, a description, or narration of certain activities that a person considers worth to be penned down and saved for later reference. They help us to free up our minds by writing down our thoughts.

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Diaries can help us organize our thoughts and make them more understandable. It gives us an opportunity to record daily events, thoughts, and feelings, or even certain experiences/opinions which helps us archive our journey in one place. Moreover, it becomes a place where one can set goals or make resolutions. It gives us a sense of satisfaction and keeps us motivated. …

Recently, a huge amount of attention was driven to the agricultural sector, due to the amendments in the new agricultural bill. The new bill consists of the Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation), the Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement of Price Assurance and Farm Services, and the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act being turned into laws. Under the law, we get to know that the Minimum Support Price mechanism will stay, and adequate protection of land ownership which is in place will protect farmer interests according to the Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar.

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The reforms will look forward towards accelerating growth through private sector investment in building infrastructure and supply chains for farm produce in national and global markets as well as helping small farmers to get a better price or invest in technology to improve the productivity of farms. The aim is also to sell the product outside APMC to whoever the farmers want. …

The journey of Ashwani Bhati from being an engineer to the junior ambassador in the world food travel association is been described by Khushi Tiwari in this podcast.

As every Indian parent wants their child to get a perfect 9 to 5 job his parents also wished the same. Ashwani also tried to fulfill their parent’s dream by working in a mobile manufacturing company for about a year. But then he thought about changing the people instead of changing the world so, he resigned from his job and moved to Gandhi Aashram in Ahmedabad. …

This podcast is based on the journey of how Juhi Jeswal established the Essence of living and the host of this podcast is Angela Jacob.
Since her childhood, she has been a good listener to her friends. After completing matriculation in the commerce field, she pursued her career by fulfilling a bachelor’s and masters in psychology.

Currently, she is practicing Reiki healing technique to heal the people. In simpler terms, the Reiki technique is the transfer of the various universal energy to the patient transmitted through the practitioner. In this technique, there are two types, one of which is traditional and uses various symbols, and the other in which there are no symbols and more focus on the technical details. …

2 out of 3 Agriculture bills declared recently haven't been well received by the farmers. From early October, farmers commenced their protest against these bills but, the government was in no mood to hear them out. Farmers since then have renewed their way of protesting. Before the new law, farmers had no other option than to sell their products to the government-operated market. There are factors like a broker, dismissal of the unit, low price, only a few sellers allowed to sell. …

Have you thought of having an actual mind in your heart!! It may or may not be feasible in the real world, but in the world of imagination, everything is expedient. Let’s not discuss the medical terms of the heart’s functionality and connection with the mind. Just presume to have a mind in your heart.

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The heart is liable for the emotions in the human body and these emotions are
propitious for bonding between humans. …

After natural calamities, coronavirus has subjugated humans. Reckoning them that nothing is invincible in this Universe and everything is destructible. Whether a cell or an infrastructure, Butterfly Effect governs it all. Whether tangible or intangible, it is still malleable. Despite such a high recovery rate, there are health complications that can’t be solved.

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Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) synchronizes with covid-19 in many folds. Many people who have recovered from SARS have gone on to develop chronic fatigue syndrome, a complex disorder characterized by extreme fatigue that worsens with physical or mental activity but doesn’t improve with rest. The same can be stated for coronavirus. …

We have become hostages under anarchical coronavirus. Headspace is clustered with the apprehension of the disease and of our seclusion itself. An apparent problem can be provided for with a vaccine solution. However, an intangible liability of our mind is hard to render. Though we are familiar with strengthening brain capacity which does not seem like a demanding task as sleep comes naturally to all. We are yet to ch(ess)ase away our mental stigma. The brain is a bunch of nerves functioning together. But the irony is that what makes you distinguishable is a taboo topic itself in public spaces.

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The need to acknowledge mental stress, mental trauma, mental disorders and mental health itself is imperial for the sanity of humanity. The brain is the perfect example of the “Butterfly Effect”. A little veiny spark here, and a million cells implicating disorders there. Exercises come in handy in some mental health-related issues. A nutritious diet keeps the cells active. A good sleep cycle keeps stress and anxiety at bay. Games, indoor, and outdoor, both minimize body and mind related complications. Chess keeps in check your wits. Coincidentally, it also serves as a perfect example for the” Butterfly Effect” with its checkmating competence. Chaturanga (a.k.a. chess) was conceived in India during the Gupta empire. From the 6th century to the 21st century, chess has spread like coronavirus. Bearing no fatalities, it acquainted us to humans having IQ higher than the average. The competitiveness of the game has contributed to human nature to subjugate. Regards for this nerve-entangling game evolved with malfunctioning coccyx (tailbone). Its trend has only magnified with Netflix miniseries “The Queen’s Gambit”. Walter Tevis’s 1983 novel “The Queen’s Gambit” contemplates the male chauvinism around the game itself. This novel has been developed into a show. It helps the viewers to imagine the intricacies of the game and the chess world. Beth Harmon, the protagonist is sketched as a psychedelic. Her personal life trauma synchronizes with her struggle to prove herself less than no grandmasters of the world. We are all pawns in the hand of time. Captured in the grids offered by the space. In a pursuit to overwhelm our predestined fate. Frolicking in this unceasing match between time and destiny. Some manage to cover the journey to choose what they want to become. Some sacrifices for the sake of others. Some are happy to be a significant one in the path of the former. While some depart valiantly from the game of life. …


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