We can’t predict (IM 846)

Take an example of 9/11, the surge of GameStop, AMC in today’s market. Nobody predicted it a month ago or even a day ago. Humans overestimate what they know and underestimate what they don’t. Tragedy is that the more information we gather the more confused we become and prediction becomes less accurate. We just can’t…

Education: Do we know what it really is? (IM 774)

This morning I had a conversation with one of my friend regarding the education system we currently have. This made me think that most of us are completely unaware of the term education. Let’s dig in the word ‘education’ : The word education came from three different root words: “educare,” which means to bring up,…

Information and understanding (IM 678)

We live in the world saturated with information. We have virtually unlimited amounts of date at our fingertips, at all the times. And we are versed in the arguments about the danger of not knowing enough and not doing our homework. But there exists an enormous frustrations with the expected cost of knowing too much,…

How to seek progress amid uncertainty? (IM 557)

It is understandable to be overwhelmed by the current situation. Research claims that the rate of anxiety and depression all around the world has skyrocketed due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. With total cases of 2 million and death of 122k, the furture still remains uncertain.  Carl Jung once said,”Man need difficulties. They are necessary for…

Information is not enough (IM 453)

Having a lot of information is nice but nothing can replace an actual experiences. Doing is important. Doing completes the information… Theory is nice. Having an information about most of the thing is good but without executing and becoming a practitioner, those information are of no real use. We learn by doing not by assembling…

Information is not everything (IM#84)

Having a lot of information is nice but nothing can replace an actual experiences. Doing is everything. Theory is nice. Having an information about most of the thing is good but without executing and becoming a practitioner, those information are of no real use. We learn by doing not by assembling a lot of information…