I was following Britain's general election for last few days, and I really enjoyed the subjects under debate. At the heart of the discussion I found a fight between Socialism and Capitalism. Free market and privatization or government backed public services. The message I learned: free market and privatization is better for almost anything, except … Continue reading Socialism or Capitalism? Is there a borderline?
Each of us belongs to a colour, and feels safe and secure when we see us among our colour with a big circle of same-coloured people around us that makes a big circle with strict boundaries. I'm not talking only about skin colour, but anything that makes a group of people different from other groups. … Continue reading We feel safe and secure in our color’s circle, but let other colors join to form a more diverse palette
As the intelligence of a species goes high, they tend to be more obedient. They usually live in groups and have some kind of social life. They have rules among them and a leader or boss to rule them. For example, look at gorillas and wolves. At the peak of this subject are humans. They … Continue reading More intelligent species tend to be more obedient
Another translation of a rubaie from Omar Khayyam. In this rubaie, Omar blames his fates and suggests that the heavens determine his destination from the very beginning: the day of creation. The original poem in Persian is like this: آنروز که توسن فلک زین کردند و آرایش مشتری و پروین کردند این بود نصیب ما … Continue reading Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam – What is my guilt, my destination set like this
I used to rely heavily on technology in my everyday work until a few months ago. For my writing, I always sat behind my desktop and typed the words in a document. For planning and scheduling, I used different applications. When I needed to create some artwork, I preferred using a computer design or drawing … Continue reading Doing it in the old way worked better for me
Poems usually come to mind accidentally based on your everyday experiences and emotions, but when I need to write a poem I try some tasks to come up with an Idea. Here I list some of these. I sit behind my desk. The first thing I do is some reading. Novels, poetry collections, history, classic … Continue reading How I Find An Idea For a Poem
Today I drew two drawings. The first one a copy of an image from pexels.com. I do this type of work as practice and use images from that site because they are free for any use based on their copyright. Color Pencil: Happy girl The second work is somehow conceptual drawing I produced for my … Continue reading My amateur work of art for June 2, 2019
In the first 18 years of life, time appeared to pass very slowly. We had a long childhood before going to school and 12 long years of school. My me it was half of my life till now, yet I always feel that that period in my life was much longer and days passed with … Continue reading As you get older time appears to go faster
An administrator should administrate. This is obvious. The most important task of an administrator is to decide and choose the best option among several alternatives. For a president of a country and his administration, this is more critical. Their decisions have effects directly on their nation and on the world indirectly. The president of a … Continue reading Selecting a competent leader determines a nations’ fate
In a recent post, I have presented a Ghazal of Hafez and provided translations both from Herman Bicknell and form myself. However, I found out that I personally liked my own translation more (I'm not such an egotist ;D) which is simply put to words and easy to read and understand for nowadays reader. So, … Continue reading Hafez: I suffered pain form a love, Don’t Ask How!