Today one year is completed of my brother's re-birth. He got serious accident in December last year and came from coma in February. Now, he is OK. So moments for joy ! But some horrible thoughts also in my mind remembering 8.30 PM of 20th Dec,2008.
I can't explain my feelings which I felt in the last 365 days. But I learnt a lot. For example, how to commit new responsibilities and accomplish them regarding your family, friends, love and life. As a result, I found some deepness in myself.
It's the post to thank all my friends and family members who supported us upto the immense level.
And, sorry to those friends who complained that I didn't tell them about that accident. But that was a nonplus thing. That time was too frustating to discuss. So, sorry once again ! Love you all- my friends.
I don't want to remember that round-robin around the hospital. Thanks to GOD for providing us 'Arpit' again and to give me some treasures silently.
At the last not the least:
"आँखों से दूर न हो, दिल से उतर जायेगा
वक़्त का क्या है गुजरता है, गुजर जायेगा | "
Saturday, December 19, 2009
Thursday, December 3, 2009
One of the most beautiful aspects of doing math is the flash of insight that lets you out of a mental block.
This may appear surprising to those not in the field but the fact is that research mathematicians fumble around looking for the light switch in a dark room for much of their waking hours. Things usually don’t work out. Being stuck on a problem is the default state.
That’s what makes those moments precious. Suddenly, you see it. A germ of an idea appears in your mind, something clicks and you realize— this will work.
It is all about the moment, in art and in math.
Here I found an interesting image related to math...enjoy it & say if you feel the same. You can also find near -to-similar page on my desk :)
This one relates to the last post and the connections run deep. Thanks to mine love (books) for bringing up this beautiful quote. :-)
"You know what I pray for? I pray for the power to change what I can, the inability to accept what I can't, the incapacity to tell the difference."
-Calvin and Hobbes.
Bye for now, see you soon.