VALAUBLE QUESTIONS: WHAT’S WRONG WITH ME?

Is there something wrong with me?

Or.

I’m really good.

Or.

Am I simply keeping the burden which not at all to be carried?

Or.

Should I really applying the principle “let it go”?

  1. Foremost, I started feeling like my performance has been deteriorating?

Is it true?

Or false.

  • Why my mind getting too agitated?
  • Why I started having enormous concentration dismissals?
  • What kind of mentality do I have to hold?
  • What kind of new and old habits I should have?
  • Should I really need a break or relaxation during the day?

Or

  • Am I too concerned and stringent about time?
  • Where my most of my time spends?
  • Am I really talking less and working more?
  • Do I have a strong optimism?
  • Am I balancing the tasks or simply thinking myself I am balanced?
  • Am I too rushed to perform?
  • Am I too ruthless to improve?

Or.

  1. Do I have a gradual and consistent improvement?
  2. What is going on 24- hours?
  3. What is going on within me in 24- hours?
  4. Do I have vast priorities?

Or.

  1. Will my every priorities are getting done every day?
  2. Should I learn to take deep breath and deep calmness?

Or.

  • Should I have to have adequate aggressiveness and patience?
  • How can I follow/maintain the flow of work?
  • Am I getting the deeper understanding to becoming wise?
  • Am I living or worrying about the perform every day?
  • Should I have to learn to new approach about the “art of living”?
  • Can I take this day as an opportunity granted?
  • Should I have to take one brighter step towards the altruism?

These questions arose within me over the last 35 minutes. I believe and I knew I have the answers. I have to learn search within me.

If I could able to arise a questions, definitely I could able to find the answers too.

Respected readers, if you approached my 26 questions.

Will these questions impacted your life?

Please note it down and find an answer within yourself too.

With respect.

8 books on data structures & algorithms for all levels by Tableau.

1. “Introduction to Algorithms”.

Authors: Thomas H. Cormen, Charles E. Leiserson, Ronald L. Rivest, and Clifford Stein

2. “Algorithms Unlocked”.

Author: Thomas H. Cormen

3. “The Algorithm Design Manual”.

Author: Steven S. Skiena

4. “Data Structures and Algorithms Made Easy: Data Structures and Algorithmic Puzzles”.

Author: Narasimha Karumanchi

5. “Grokking Algorithms: An illustrated guide for programmers and other curious people”.

Author: Aditya Bhargava

6. “Algorithms”.

Authors: Robert Sedgewick and Kevin Wayne

7. “Advanced Data Structures”.

Author: Peter Brass

8. “Automate This: How Algorithms Came To Rule Our World”.

Author: Christopher Steiner.

To read the full article, please click the source link down below.

SOURCE: https://www.tableau.com/learn/articles/books-about-data-structures-algorithms

With respect.

VALUABLE POETRY: “Tears Fall in My Heart” – Paul Verlaine.

About the poet:

Paul Verlaine

PABLO VERLAINE (1844-1896). Credit: Album / Oronoz

Paul Verlaine was born on March 30, 1844 and became one of the greatest and most popular of French poets. Born in Metz, he was educated in Paris and began a post in the civil service. He started writing poetry at an early age and his first collection, Poemes saturniens was published in 1867.Verlaine’s work reflected his private life beginning with his love for Mathilde Maute, who later became his wife. By 1872 he had lost interest in her, and effectively abandoned her and their son, preferring the company of his homosexual lover, Arthur Rimbaud. Verlaine was a heavy drinker, and shot Rimbaud in a jealous rage, injuring him not killing him. As an indirect result of the incident, he was arrested and imprisoned at Mons, where he underwent a religious conversion, which again influenced his work. Romances sans paroles was the poetic outcome of this period.

Following his release, Verlaine travelled to England, where he worked for some years as a teacher and worked on another successful collection, Sagesse. He returned to France in 1877, and, while teaching English at a school in Rethel, became infatuated with one of his pupils, Lucien Letinois, who inspired further poems. Verlaine was devastated when the boy died of typhoid fever.

Verlaine’s last years witnessed a descent into alcoholism, insanity, and poverty. Yet even in his lifetime, his poetry was recognised as ground-breaking. Perhaps the best-known of Verlaine’s poems is Chanson d’automne, largely thanks to its use as a code message for the Allies during the Second World War. Verlaine’s poetry was also popular with musicians, such as Faure, who set several of his poems, including La bonne chanson.

Paul Verlaine died in 1896 and is buried in Paris.
Bibliography source: knowledgerush.com

Tears fall in my heart

Rain falls on the town;

what is this numb hurt

that enters my heart?

Ah,the soft sound of rain

on roofs, on the ground!

To a dulled heart they came,

ah, the song of the rain!

Tears without reason

in the disheartened heart.

What? no trace of treason?

This grief’s without reason.

It’s far the worst pain

to never know why

without love or disdain

my heart has such pain!

SOURCE: https://allpoetry.com/Paul-Verlaine

https://www.theodysseyonline.com/best-famous-poems-ever-written

With respect.

Looking for books to help escape lockdown? See Yuval’s recommendations in Guardian article.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EbCyTq_XkAA2NST?format=jpg&name=4096×4096

Along with the professor Harari’s recommended books. You could see the original article in Guardian.com such as “Books to help you escape lockdown, chosen by Hilary Mantel, Edna O’Brien and more. I sincerely encourage you all to pick any one of the books from the professor Harari/Guardian article.

Also we should not leave professor Harari’s books too.

I personally chosen to read Europe A Natural History by Tim Flannery and Humankind: A Hopeful History by Rutger Bregman and finally, 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by professor Harari.

I will paste the source click down below. You can have a look and read further.

SOURCE: https://twitter.com/harari_yuval/status/1274714812442980354/photo/1

https://www.theguardian.com/books/2020/jun/20/books-to-help-you-escape-lockdown-chosen-by-hilary-mantel-edna-obrien-and-more

With respect.

5 books to read for context on the coronavirus outbreak. By World Economic Forum.

It’s extremely important to read. But more often depends on the time and the situation you should learn to flex yourself to read what is required at the time period. I started a target by reading a bare minimum of 2 books a month. One would be my favourite book and the other one would be, readers commonly heard this word “must-read”. You should not compromise.

Here, I’m not contracting about reading and the readers preferences. But let me be precise even more. If we are in the economic crisis, we must start learning finance/economics books. Along with your favourite books. We just need to know what is going on around the globe and we need to start learning on the other side too.

I started learning and observing more on the health related news. I knew that, it is my out-of-syllabus. So far my understanding was chaotic to read about the virus even more simultaneously curious to about how this virus causing the people globally and affects the economy too.

Here is where I learn to start. There are enormous books to read during pandemic . Again our individual choices matters. I agree. This is one of the five books to read during pandemic. To know about 5 books and what all the books says. I sincerely encourage you all to visit the source link further.

I personally chosen second book across five books which is VIRUSES A VERY SHORT INTRODUCTION. BY DOROTHY CRAWFORD. So, I’m genuinely admitting I need to know about the virus.

Let’s have a look and let’s know about the pandemic and the virus.

https://assets.weforum.org/editor/responsive_large_webp_W5th8zw28K6hDEP80hrGs82hB_AiC2jEUkFq8fho-s4.webp

SOURCE: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/03/coronavirus-books-pandemic-reading-covid19/

With respect.