The GardenSaturday-Pentacle, Week 10 Issue
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Photo No. 10 from #projectrajasthan
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Photo no. 10 . The Garden . Seems like the King had something for symmetry. Even the garden looked straight out of a four way mirror. . I don't know if there is any utility to the garden apart from soothing the eyes of the looker. May be good amount of oxygen? . There is probably something to it. I don't know what but. . #jaipur #rajasthan #amber #symmetricalgarden #green #projectrajasthan
Article I’ve been pondering upon —
Mental Models: How to Train Your Brain to Think in New Ways – This article from James Clear is so though provoking. This small article took me almost two days to read and go through the concept. But it was more than worth it. Once you read this article, It will force you to think about the new mental models which you don’t see through right now. Eventually forcing you to change the way you think literally.
This type of though process can stimulate your brain to see the world with a new perspective and look at any problem from a brain area which was earlier untouched, hence you sometimes are able to visualize the solution which you could never see before. A must read.
What am I watching —
Land Of Maybe – I’ve loved this short film by The North Face. 3 famed mountain climbers go on the adventure of riding a highly technical climb of a straight mountain wall in The Land of Maybe (Faroe Islands). I was amazed to know how one man can own an entire mountain in this part of the world.
Quote I’m pondering on lately – Today’s quote is from the James Clear’s article I mentioned above.
“The chief enemy of good decisions is a lack of sufficient perspectives on a problem.”
— Alain de Botton
Until Next Saturday!
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