Curiosity Saved the Cat

Curiosity Saved the Cat

In his influential and oft-quoted book, The World Is Flat, Pulitzer Prize-winning author and pundit Thomas Friedman argues that “IQ still matters, but CQ and PQ—Curiosity Quotient and Passion Quotient—matter even more.” While I personally think that Friedman frequently oversimplifies complex concepts, I ardently agree with his assessment on the importance of curiosity and passion.

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Express Worldview of #Jungler

Express Worldview of #Jungler

Humans are the alpha animal on the planet, and in the known universe. As a metaphor, the jungle of life is a place we all live in. I am a #jungler.

It is natural to live in the jungle.

What is natural? Is it something that exists in and is caused by nature, or is it something that is not man made? If it is the latter, then everything we enjoy is not natural.

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The Prison vs The Jungle

The Prison vs The Jungle

The famous philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer says the best way to accustom yourself to life is to view it as a prison. “That’s depressing,” I thought. However, the prison does ensure certain securities.

There is less uncertainty and danger in a prison compared to, let’s say a jungle. The prison is constructed by man to impose order. The jungle, abiding by the laws of nature, is pure chaos. Chaos is the law of nature; order is the dream of man.

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Who is #Polyglamorous?

Who is #Polyglamorous?

Welcome to our blog!

For the time being, we will be starting this blog as two people, but may invite guest writers to contribute in the future.

We will be writing about what we read, what we like, what we think, and what we do.

Who are we?

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