Years after Pablo Picasso’s death, his art is still popular and recreated in many forms; clothes, accessories, decorations, replications etc. Most importantly, his artwork is a source of inspiration for many creatives and a point of references for artists. Picasso's inspirational reach isn't limited to creatives but the lesson we can take from his life is for everyone.
Confucius was a famous teacher and philosopher. His ideas have not only influenced the people of China, his birthplace, but people all over the world were and still are inspired by his words. Here are 5 things you can learn from the sayings of Confucius.
Minimalism in essence means to focus on things that truly matter and let go of everything else.
Ah, procrastination! We have all been guilty of it at some point in our lives. Some have been able to escape the vicious cycle while others are… going to get to it later! This article will aim to arm you with knowledge and motivation for beating procrastination with some useful tips. Hopefully, you are not procrastinating reading this right now though!
Clichéd advices are such that all of us have heard them to the point it has become a part of our daily conversations, but have we ever stopped to think about if any of them happens to be true? Whether they are just empty words to make us feel better by the self-help gurus or motivate us to become the best versions of ourselves, here are five clichéd advices that happen to be true.
Cleanliness is next to godliness is a cliched saying we have all heard since childhood but have miserably failed to take heed of this unoriginal saying. Though it means that we must keep ourselves clean, our homes spick and span and our communities unpolluted and dirt-free, sadly, we all know that is not the case.
The human brain is essentially a supercomputer, with around a billion neurons forming a trillion connections. Those are some remarkable numbers but unfortunately, unlike a computer, our memory doesn’t have a search option (Elon should really look into this).