From all the signals around me I could decode the reason behind everything happening to me most of the times. It was not at all a theoretical belief, but a data driven one.  And I was secretly proud of that. Shhhhh…

And it forced me to believe that everything happens for a reason. Or in a way I believed in ultimate fairness for all. I thought there is a purpose to everything. I don’t wish to be fooled by randomness or the notion that the universe is governed by probability.

Yes, that’s what Albert Einstein also said: “God does not play dice”

But am I mistaken..? Is the world unfair..? Is there no cause for the effects? How can justice be given to the poor child who was brutally raped and killed? Even if the murderers were tortured and punished in the most barbarian way [hope atleast that to happen soon], can it justify the pain of the tormented the girl?

I cannot understand the purpose behind her pain.. [ yes of course it is understood the purpose behind that brutality….] But why did the poor child have to suffer..?

Should I still believe in that Universal Oneness that binds us all..? Who is holding the one end of that grand design string to cause unfairness to some?

I am not able to understand this… I feel so exhausted.. Her mourns haunts me..

This is not an absolute world. Everything is relative as mentioned in Einstein’s theory of relativity, “There is no “absolute” frame of reference.”

No values are fixed or discrete. So while living in a relative world, your rights won’t be my rights and your wrongs won’t be my wrongs. You perception should be totally different from mine which doesn’t mean you are right and I am not.

Mistakes can happen. But go with your rights as long as you are confident on your integrity. But be ready to accept ups and downs, give room for flexibility and change your world if you feel it to be incorrect.

May be the first thing one must have to accept is the notion that “I may not always be right”

Men marry women with the hope they will never change. Women marry men with the hope they will change. Invariably they are both disappointed. ― Albert Einstein

Hmm.. Was this statement made by Einstein…from physics to psychology? well, I am not quite sure.

Anyway you have something to say on this quote, no ; )

Time is a relative thing. It is never fixed as we all are in a relative motion with respect to moving sun, stars, galaxies and all.

How does time get slow down when we approach the speed of light as mentioned in Time Dilation ? So next what happens when we travel at the speed of light? Time must stop forever, isn’t it..? That is youth forever. We never get aged when we travel at the speed of light.

So next what, when the speed is further increased..? Can we go back in time..? Will there be a new timeline..? What happens to my thoughts then…can I have a working brain then..? It implies that time is not moving in one direction. If so, it could be multi directional/ dimensional.

Ahh !.. The more you ponder, the more strange the notion of time travel appears…

Seconds are too significant while compared to distance.

Does it sound a little bit weird? Comparing time and distance on a same scale? That too with dominance of time over distance..

I’ am alright; nothing has gone wrong with me when I said it.

But I happened to be in my own space station where my seconds are lagging behind your time.

Yes, experiencing a time dilation with relativity theory in my space station..;)


Are we living in a universe or Multiverse..?

When I was stuck upon this question, the first thing which came to my mind was Einstein’s space – time relativity. Space and time are related. Similarly energy and matter. And ultimately binding all the massive objects via gravitational force. So it was like finding unity in the entire complexity, making all of them related in one way or the other.

We need to make the entire stuffs simple and related in this cosmos, in order to avoid the muddles if the things couldn’t be interpreted. We needed a single rhythm, hence it was universe.

After all, we humans only called it a universe while it could be a multi rhythmic cosmos in reality. In that multi rhythmic cosmos, there couldn’t be any relation between energy and mass. Nothing related, everything has it’s own laws and conditions, a real multiverse.

But google gave me a different answer, it showed me multiverse as the opposite of universe, i.e. many universe. It is said that at the time of big bang, some portions of universe expanded faster giving rise to another universes, functioning with different laws of physics..

If it is a multiverse, will the siblings be colliding each other.. who knows..?

Anyway, the existence of multiverse wont have any impacts on our day to day concerns. So let me take a deep breathe.. But I donno if it was sigh of relief or discomfort.

Start living your life in the present. Forget the regrets about the past and anxieties about the future. Simply enjoy what’s happening now.time

These statements are something which we often hear.But my question is

“Does ‘present’ exist really?”

Say, you are reading this now.. In fact you are not.. Since light rays take a finite time to bounce from the letters to your eye. Since the difference is infinitesimally small, one cannot recognize it.  So when you read a word, you are reading it as it looked sometime in the past. Or each letter you read is in the past.

So how a present moment can be there..?

Or is it based on the perception..?

Somewhere I read like the “shortest time a human can perceive is nearly 0.1 second of visual experience”.

So can the 0.1 second time-frame define the present?

I was having this past, present, future confusion since my childhood. While I am thinking, it’s just NOW. But oh, no. after a moment it has become past. ..What’s all this.. Makes me utterly confused.


I donno. Am I overthinking?

Or is it like “Present is boundary between past and future with no real existence of it’s own”

I think I need to investigate more on time, more on Einstein’s relativity of space and time.