We are Back !

Hello Everyone!

It really feels great to connect back with all of you. We are sure many things have changed. It so happened that we got stuck with family and career. But we are back with something new this time, for all of you. You will love it. It is a MOOC ! MOOC means “Massive Open Online Course”.

The Title of the MOOC is “Mathematical Economics” It is not just a course but there is lot of learning and learning with fun.

The world we live in, is full of wonders and mysteries. One of the Mystery is Mathematics. This is what we have been exploring and learning for the last three years.

Do you know that Mathematics is not a subject but a Language, just like any other language? Do you know that Mathematics and Economics is everywhere around you, right from the time you wake up till you fall asleep?

If you are curious to know more, join us in this journey. Click on the link https://swayam.gov.in/nd2_ugc19_hs41/preview

Enroll immediately and join us in this exciting journey of life-long learning!

Enjoy Life and Keep Learning !

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The Restaurant

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The Daily Prompt: Sliced BreadMost of us have heard the saying, “That’s the best thing since sliced bread!” What do you think is actually the best thing since sliced bread?

This is something new for us. However, we understand this is part of a rotation for bloggers blogging since 27th January, 2013. So, we guess WordPress has to find the best thing since sliced bread. 😀

For newbies like us, the saying, “That’s the best thing since sliced bread!” means something better than sliced bread. This phrase is generally meant to be used as the mother of invention, and what is that, which we find better than this invention? As we danced our fingers on the keyboard to explore, pizza was found to be the best thing since sliced bread. But, for bloggers, with a unique perspective, that’s us (Ahem 😉 )the best thing since sliced bread, or rather the best invention after sliced bread would go far beyond the basics. There are indeed countless inventions. But to relate it to food, this is what we see better than the best…

“Sliced bread” must have left your mouth watering. The effect must have been even greater, if there were rats running inside your stomach. We got to hurry to the kitchen to get something for us just after we finish off this write-up. If “sliced bread” could make you hungry, how about a restaurant? That glamorous table, those glittering spoons and forks and shining dishes remind us of all the delicacies, finely dressed and ready to be served for a treat! Those tasty meals deserve to be served with elegance. Yes, “the best thing since sliced bread” is “Restaurant”. And we are off to find something for us to eat. 🙂

© 2015 Ahmad and Ahmad

Childhood Memories

The Daily Post: The Transporter : Tell us about a sensation — a taste, a smell, a piece of music — that transports you back to childhood.

Wondering who is our transporter? SEE the photographs of our child below. Sense the TOUCH of those tiny fingers. LISTEN to that music- a lullaby! Ah! There’s nothing like a BABY SMELL. Feel the sensation- the TASTE of Childhood Memories for a short duration. 🙂

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© 2015 Ahmad and Ahmad

Proud of Me

In response to The Daily Post: Proud

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I may be small, but I stand tall,

Without me, the beauty would fall;

This is how I’m made,

No matter if others hate;

I’m here for a reason,

Earth is my home, not a prison;

 I can stand against the wind and the rain,

Even if I fall, I can rise again;

I’m food for the honey bee;

No regrets, I’m proud of me.

© 2015 Ahmad and Ahmad

Yes! Thanks!

The Daily Post: No,Thanks? Is there a place in the world you never want to visit? Where, and why not?

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Why talk about what we don’t wish to do?

Let’s talk about what we wish to do,

And where we wish to go!

Let us allow good to flourish,

Think positive and cherish;

Let us dream good and feel good.

Everything happens for a reason,

Let us embrace every season;

Heaven or Hell is part of literature,

It’s alright to not know all answers,

Life is a gift of countless mixture.

© 2015 Ahmad and Ahmad

Breaking the Law

In response to The Daily Post: Breaking the Law. This photograph was taken in 2009, when our son was three years old. He was experimenting with talcum powder, which for him was snow! 🙂

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Had there been no rule or law,

We’d have looked at this world with awe;

There’s so much to learn and grow,

We wish to go steady and slow.

Many a times we broke the law;

Never worried who saw;

It’s our life, we’ve to live,

We make mistakes, God forgive.

We’re happy, never regret,

What we did, we wished to get;

Our motto: Break any law in a lifespan,

But never forget  to be human.

 © 2015 Ahmad and Ahmad

Morton’s Fork?

Good Bye

Morton’s Fork is an expression used for a dilemma, especially one in which both choices are equally undesirable. A Morton’s Fork is a specious piece of reasoning in which contradictory arguments lead to the same (unpleasant) conclusion. It is said to originate with the collecting of taxes by John Morton, Archbishop of Canterbury in the late 15th century, who held that a man living modestly must be saving money and could therefore afford taxes, whereas if he was living extravagantly then he was obviously rich and could still afford them. 

So, who is playing Morton here? WordPress?

If you had to choose between being able to write a blog (but not read others’) and being able to read others’ blogs (but not write your own), which would you pick? Why?

Either way, we are the victim. If we were not able to write our blog, why would we even think of being here? On the contrary, why would anybody care to read our blog, if we do not play their audience. Guess what? It’s a Good Bye!

Human beings are balanced creatures. They need small doses of everything- good and bad, happy and sad, day and night, summer and winter, spring and autumn, love and hate, oxygen and carbon dioxide too! If we have the capacity to read and/or listen, we also keep the desire to write and/or express.

© 2015 Ahmad and Ahmad