This week Vijayendra Mohanty talks about how we confuse emotional reality with natural reality. "When we say 'that's impossible', we often do it for more than one reason. Sometimes we say it because something is physically impossible. Sometimes, it is an expression of our emotional inability to accept something," he writes.
Meanwhile, UPES School of Law is raising the bar with a future-focused approach to education. "The UPES School of Law recognizes the evolution in the legal field and is fuelling it with industry-ready, world-class law professionals," the article states.
On the other hand, Ridhi Malhotra speaks to Amal Gupta, author of Distraught. "Apart from being an author, he is also a technologist, a passionate cook, and admires Hindustani classical music. One may often find him writing on his laptop in a solitary corner of a coffee house, working on one of his writing projects," the article states.
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How we confuse emotional reality with natural reality by Vijayendra Mohanty
42 Goodreads of the Internet: a Zine by Nitin Goel
Q&A: Amal Gupta, Author of 'Distraught' by Ridhi Malhotra
The Bad Batch - Star Wars - Season Finale by Aradhye Ackshatt
How UPES School of Law is raising the bar by UPES Dehradun
Journey of faith: Amrita Pritam's poetry by Laughing Penguins
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