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Do you love your name or do you wish your name to be some other name?I don’t like my name. Well not as much as my ex-name.My name is Divyansh Mundra (currently). The first name Divyansh was picked up by me when I was about 15 years old and legally changed.Divyansh is not the name by which my family knows me, nor do the people who’ve known me since the time that I was born call me ‘Divyansh’ because Divyansh was not my birth name.My grandfather gave me the coolest of names, and I wish that I could have kept it with me.Sadly, English happened.You’ll know why.When this guy was born, he looked like this-(My mom drew a sketch of me after a few days when I was born. My dad was away and there were no cell phones available then to just click and WhatsApp the pic of your baby)And my grandfather gave me the name दिव्य (Divya), which means divine or angelic or heavenly.It’s quite awesome if you ask me.(Translations have been included in the picture)But there was a catch-दिव्य (Divya) cannot be written in English without meaning something else. दिव्या (Divya) on the other hand can be.दिव्या (pronounced like Divyaaa) and दिव्य (pronounced somewhat like Divyha) are both spelled the same in English as Divya. But दिव्या is the name of a girl, while दिव्य is the name of a boy.So courtesy of English medium schools across the country, I had to write my beautiful name दिव्य as Divya, which is popularly the name of a girl.So while marking attendance, the teacher would look up in surprise after hearing a male voice.Also, when you’re writing your name as that of a girl, you’re handing out a loaded weapon to your friends. They don’t even have to try to come up with names to tease you.Naturally, by the time I was in eighth standard, I was a shy little kid who’ll have stage fear— not because he was afraid to speak in front of a crowd, but because of the humiliation he’d have to face when the announcer would spell the name of a girl instead.After facing a lot of ridicule and shattered ego on many instances, I forced my parents to get my name changed.What could I name myself without doing any damage?Divya became Divyansh, and I finally breathed a whiff of fresh air. Divyansh just means part-divine, but if it saves you the embarrassment of the name of a girl, it’s fine with me.If you can’t be the god, you be the demi-god. And this literally sums up the transition of my name.The rest, as they say, is history.Well, not really, my friends still teased me by that name and I’m still shy, so it didn’t really matter....I just wish English wasn’t this funny of a language.Peace Out!(Image Source: Instagram- Divyansh Mundra (@divyansh_mundra) •
What stops greencard holders, expats and even tourists from casting a vote in US elections with voter ID requirements?Stupidity doesn’t come into it. [EDIT: The question originally began with, “Why is the U.S. so stupid as to not require an ID to vote?”} You seem to think that “you don’t have to show a picture ID at the polling place” means the same as “there are no safeguards in place to prevent fraud at the polling place.”Suppose you are on vacation from overseas in California, a state that doesn’t require a picture ID at the polling place. You wake up on a Tuesday morning, and learn from the news that it is election day. You decide to vote. How do you go about doing it?You can ask the concierge at your hotel where the closest polling place is. The likely answer: “I don’t have any idea.” People vote in the precincts where they live; they have no reason to know where any other polling places are.So you just walk around town until you see a sign directing you to a polling place. You go in and approach the poll worker. She will ask for your name. What do you say? You will have to give the name of a voter who is registered to vote in that precinct. Suppose you say “James Smith” (the most common man’s name in the U.S.) and by chance there is a James Smith on the list for that precinct.With a little more luck, neither the poll worker nor anyone nearby will know the real James Smith, so you won’t be found out that way.What next? She will ask you for your address. If you don’t know the address, you’re sunk. Or maybe she sees that James Smith has already voted. Either way, the poll worker will likely call the police, and you will be arrested for voter fraud, and could spend a few years in jail.Could same-day registration save you? No. You go and say “I want to register to vote,” and fill out the form they give you. You will have to claim an address in the precinct. If you are from overseas, do you know the proper form for U.S. addresses? Do you know the boundaries of that particular precinct? Can you come up with an address in the precinct? Then the big barrier. Show that you live there.It’s true that you don’t need a picture ID for this part. But you do need some evidence that you live in the precinct. Do you have that? Library card, electricity bill, anything? No, you don’t. Again, you’re sunk. And again, the police might be called.You suggested that a green-card holder might do this. (That is, a legal permanent resident who is not a citizen.) They would be able to gather some of this information beforehand. But they still have the problem of pretending to be someone who is actually registered in the precinct, who will likely also go to vote on that day. And the green-card holder has another penalty to worry about, other than the three years in jail. They can be deported, and never permitted to return to the U.S., losing everything about the life in America they worked to build.What made you think this would be easy and consequence-free?
How can I work as hard as Elon Musk?I respect Elon’s work ethic. There’s confusion about how he actually gets his amazing results. Hard work plays a role, but it’s more about how he systematically attacks challenges/problems.When he was starting Tesla, the major challenge facing the electric car industry was the battery. With a full charge, the battery needed a range of hundreds of miles to be economically viable. Once they cracked the code, the other pieces were more or less straightforward.Many people work as hard as Elon without any results to speak of. What they don’t do is identify and attack the right problems.There’s no point in jogging 2 miles every day to lose weight when you eat McDonalds twice a day. Instead of only how to work harder, think about how to work smarter.Here are some suggestions:1. Identify the biggest challenge and tackle it first. Just like with the batteries in the electric cars, what’s the biggest challenge in your goal? Is it money? Is it expertise? Is it location? IS it your family? Whatever the challenge is, attack it relentlessly until you’ve crushed it. Everything else will seem easy in comparison.2. Plan your days. Don’t plan your life – that’s a futile exercise. Instead, plan your day. What are the most important tasks you can perform in order to move closer to your goals. You don’t need many. Most tasks can be broken down into enough subtasks to fill an entire day (Whether that’s the most efficient way to do it is up for debate).3. Get feedback. We don’t live in a bubble. It’s hard as hell to grind it out for weeks or months without some form of feedback. Are you on the right path, do people are about what you’re doing, can it be better? Actively search out feedback from people who’re going to be affected by you accomplishing your goals.4. Schedule in breaks. I’ve not worked for an hour straight in years. You’ll be hard pressed to get me to work for 45 minutes straight. I have an insane amount of output. How does that add up? I take prodigious breaks. It’s a system called the Pomodoro technique. 15 minutes of work and a five minute break. You can work forever – trust me.5. Make it a habit. Motivation will fail you. We’re creatures that live on cycles. Sometimes we’re hot and sometimes we’re cold. When it’s a habit, you do it no matter what. For me, writing is a habit. If I don’t write, I go crazy. Make your work a habit and you’ll do it and do it well without thinking about it.6. Focus on the big picture. In the end, it boils down to focusing on what moves the needle. Ruthlessly cut out everything else. If it means skipping burning man this year, then do it. If it means missing the latest avengers (not recommended) then do it.7. Make it a game. Time flies when you’re having fun. Think of ways you can inject fun and excitement in the work you do. I admit, it’s not always fun. It doesn’t have to be all work either. Any time you can gamify then do it.Want to build something epic? Take my free email course, you’ll learn the fundamentals of growth: Growth LabConnect with me on Quora to get my other answers: Daniel Ndukwu
If someone borrowed your body for a week, what quirks would you tell them about so they are prepared?Hello! And welcome to Richard’s Body. I certainly hope that you enjoy your time with us. If there are any questions not covered by this handy brochure, please call customer service at 1–800-GUD-LUCK. Thank you for the patronage.Here are some things to know when navigating the use of Richard’s Body:Richard’s Body struggles to sleep, it frequently stays up too late. Not out of choice but out of that’s just the way things are. Sleep can be a touchy subject.Because of this, Richard’s Body tends to feel a little off in the morning. Have no fear Valued Customer, because after 15 minutes or so Richard’s Body is up and running. Even though this body is not a morning body, so slight crabbiness is expected.Speaking of running, Richard’s Body likes to run in the morning. Usually between 3 and 5 miles. If running isn’t your thing, perhaps try one of our other exciting products like Richard’s Unmoving Neighbor, that brings the new experiences of laziness and irritability.When you shower following your run, you will notice Richard’s Body is in good shape. So yeah, you have that going for you.Richard’s Body has one tattoo, it is meaningful to him. Please do not expand on said tattoo when you’re utilizing our service. Such actions will result in a withholding of deposit and possible surcharges.After getting out of the shower, you will notice a steel stand. On that stand will a DE safety razor, a brush, a stainless steel bowl, and Proraso shaving cream. That’s because the face portion of Richard’s Body likes a good classic wet-shave in the morning. You will also see several small towels in the drawer to the left, where you can wet and heat them. We have left a new blade in the DE razor for your convenience. However, if you don’t know how to wet-shave, DON’T. You will cut up Richard’s Body’s face, which we result in withholding of deposit. There is an emergency electric shaver in the right drawer, use that.There are numerous clothing items from which to chose. If you look at the convenient schedule in your Welcome Packet, you will see what Richard’s Body has on its schedule. Dress accordingly. Richard’s Body is equally comfortable in suits as he is in linen shirts and jeans, use your judgment. If you’re unsure, an automated style guide is available when contacting customer service.You will notice two racks of shoes in the closet. Richard’s Body will hate all of them, it generally prefers to go barefoot. So just choose whichever matches the clothes for the day. Note: that if campus schedule dictates you can go barefoot for the day using Richard’s Body. Depending on your personal level of comfort.In the garage, you will notice two vehicles. One car and one motorcycle. Because we’re unsure of how the whole consciousness swap/muscle memory thing works, we are limiting the use of the motorcycle (unless you have filled out form 11E-1z, proving a high degree of knowledge in the operation of powerful superbikes). We are sorry for the limitation, but you will find the car reasonably thrilling.During the workday, Richard’s Body will tend to get tired eyes, it’s all the monitor time when working on specific projects. You will find Refresh eye-drops in Richard’s Backpack. Use them at will. Richard’s Body’s last eye exam says that he has perfect vision, although Richard is sometimes skeptical. Or there needs to be better monitors provided. We look forward to hearing your feedback on this issue!Richard’s Body is sometimes prone to tension headaches. A quick walk around campus is usually enough to fix this.Richard’s Body is used to martial arts practice multiple times per week. Class times and training blocks are outlined in the provided schedule.DO NOT SPAR when using Richard’s Body. You don’t know how to fight, the people you train with do, again the whole consciousness/muscle memory question. Richard knows but is not currently in the Body. As such, doing so will result in possible damage to Richard’s Body.Unfortunately, Richard’s Body has suffered a prior knee injury. It starts to ache after specific activities. High-knee-stress activities like burpees are not recommended.Richard’s Body likes walks on the beach, you have several nearby. Please refer to the custom Points of Interest in the car’s GPS.Richard’s Body also eats healthy, there is an information card regarding possible meals (with recipes) in your Welcome Packet.On a personal note: if this week should occur when Richard’s Body’s Girlfriend is visiting, she has been apprised of the situation. She knows what to do to please herself and Richard’s Body, advanced sexual knowledge isn’t required (although appreciated. We, however, understand lack of knowledge, the consciousness/muscle memory situation again). We here at Out-Of-Body Experiences advises you to just enjoy the ride.Alright Valued Customer, we think you’re prepared to enjoy your week in Richard’s Body. We hope that your experience is a pleasant one. Following your visit, we hope that you’ll take the time to fill out a quick survey about your stay with Us.Thank you again,Out-Of-Body Experiences
What was your experience with Peace Corps and based on your experience, what are the pros and cons?The cons:Training.Two months with a host family and all the other volunteers learning things like how to fill out forms. We did learn about the culture and language a bit too, but a lot of time was devoted to explaining how to fill out forms that literally have the instructions on how to fill them out written on them.Limited food, electricity, freedom, etc.The island I was on ran out of gasoline, sugar, and eggs for over a month. For two years, I ate mostly root vegetables, pasta, and canned fish. My island had enough solar power to charge a phone and that’s about it, so no refrigerator, appliances, etc. And there was no ferry, to get to main island in the chain, I had to hitch a ride with one of my neighbors.Loneliness.There were only 70 or so people on my island, and most of them couldn’t speak English. It took me a long time to learn Tongan, and while I enjoyed socializing with my neighbors, I missed talking about baseball, complaining about the NYC subway, etc. And while I was just about fluent by the end, deeper conversations were still an effort.The pros:Time.I had a lot of free time to read, write, wander, kayak, swim, etc. Once I got used to life, it was very peaceful. I have never owned as much of my time.Learning a language.Tongan is my first and only second language. Once you can start to really speak and understand, it is extremely gratifying. I was never good at learning languages and thought I was too old and stupid, but apparently not yet.Appreciation.I appreciate my access to food, electricity, and just about everything else more than I did before. I never took these things for granted intellectually, but in day-to-day life, I did. Every road, power outlet, store, piece of meat, vegetable, etc, was built, installed, raised, farmed by someone. The world, as flawed as it is, took a lot of time, effort, and brilliance to bring about, and it is a fight not only to progress, but to keep what we already have running.Mental health.In general, unless I’m in physical pain, I don’t worry too much about anything anymore. Whatever it is will pass or isn’t really that important. But at the same time, if you are flipping out or stressed for whatever reason, you have to acknowledge it and work through it. You’re never going to be happy all the time. Sometimes, you’re going to feel like crap and be an unreasonable jerk, and that’s okay. It happens to everyone.
Are you really not curious about your partner's cell phone? I know we talk about privacy, trust, etc. But are we being hypocritical?Q: Are you really not curious about your partner's cell phone? I know we talk about privacy/trust, blah blah. But is it hypocritical?couple are that close, that intimate. You exchange body fluids but you cannot exchange phones? I dont get it. And honestly how many if you can really survive after checking your spouse’s phone/internet account,etc?We are in fact quite a bit more intimate than swapping bodily fluids. Lots of people do that with total strangers, what exactly is that supposed to prove?And what am I supposed to “survive” after checking? What about trust do you think is hypocritical?And no, I am 100% not curious about what my partner has on his phone or computer or wherever he keeps personal, private data. I am not curious because he tells me everything that matters between us. I know that because he’s done so for 20+ years, and I have no reason to doubt him.What you seem to be completely missing is that privacy is not the same as secrecy. He is not keeping secrets from me about things that might concern me; he tells me those things. I know because he’s always done that, even when it was potentially risky, and definitely difficult, when our relationship was new. He is only keeping things private that are not really any of my concern.There are things in his private data that are legally none of my business, because he has signed non-disclosure agreements with some people, with whom I have no such agreements since I don’t work on the same projects. He would be legally in the wrong to share that information with me.He probably has some stuff in there from friends who talk with him about problems they might have. That’s also none of my business, since while we are in general friendly with each other’s friends, we are not necessarily all so close that they would talk to me about the same things they talk to him about. I am 100% okay with that — I have friends who tell me about their problems who want me to keep that confidential too, and I do that.He has some financial stuff in there he handles for his mother. That’s between her and him, she’s not my mother. If he becomes incapacitated that stuff goes probably to his brother before it might go to me. I am fine with that, why in the world wouldn’t I be?Lastly, while we both tell each other the things about ourselves that matter, not all things matter. We both had lives before we met. I am sitting on tens of millions of words of past communications with countless people over the years; I’m a digital pack rat, I save every personal email. They’re completely irrelevant to his and my lives. We both also still have lives on our own, we don’t tell each other about every second of every day because that simply doesn’t matter. “11:30 — went to the loo.” “11:40 — wondered how that hole got in my pants.” “11:45 — played Minecraft while waiting for a phone call.” “12:20 — chatted with the landlady about heirloom tomatoes”. I know some people put this shit on Twitter these days, but we don’t even talk about it. It’s just noise (unless I built something cool in Minecraft, or the landlady said something we both should know). We both spend discretionary money that we don’t account for item by item — he eats out more often than I do; if I were to find a napkin from a place we haven’t been together that wouldn’t be proof that he’s having an affair, just that he was hungry on his way back from a meeting.What’s truly hypocritical is to pretend to trust, but to not actually do it without constantly snooping. In my experience relationships like that are pretty much doomed. Because people who snoop will find odd things that could be interpreted as “proof” that something’s going on. Which will then necessitate asking one’s partner about it. And the partner will then say something reasonable, but that’s not necessarily proof. So there will be more snooping. And more questions. Rinse, lather, repeat. This erodes the relationship from within, and one day your partner will have enough of the never-ending mistrust.
What are some brain hacks that a neuroscientist or a psychologist knows that most people don't?You can rewire your brain!This is possible due to Neuroplasticity.Neuroplasticity refers to changes in neural pathways and synapses which are due to changes in behavior, environment and neural processes, as well as changes resulting from bodily injury To be honest, the brain is a dynamic entity undergoing changes all the time. As you read this innocent sentence, some neurons in your brain have fired and some synapses have become stronger. Voila! Your brain has been rewired a bit. But I am not talking about these sort of 'boring' changes which occur all the time.What if I told you, your actions can physically alter your brain? Some parts become larger than usual while some parts begin performing tasks they normally don't?László Polgár is the father of the famous "Polgár sisters": Judit, Susan and Sofia. He is an expert in chess and believed that "geniuses are made, not born". Before he had any children, he wrote a book entitled Bring Up Genius!, and sought a wife to help him carry out his experiment. He found one in Klara, a schoolteacher. He home-schooled their three daughters, primarily in chess, and all three went on to become strong players. Susan Polgar became the first female to earn the Grandmaster title.Because of her intense training, her brain had encoded chess board configurations and she was able to not only recognize these configurations but also what moves she had to do from there to win. Show her a random chess board setup that is infrequent her brain is just as slow as normal chess players. So what was happening? A scan of her brain activity showed she was using the part of the brain that recognizes faces to identify chess board configurations. This part of the brain is really developed in humans and face recognition is something humans are really good at. The hours of practice she had put in playing and studying chess had radically changed ho she used her brain to play it.Some of you might be thinking that it was because she got her training from childhood that she was able to become an expert and this fact is useless to someone older.Not really. Recent studies have shown although neuroplasticity declines it still can be made use of in older ages.The Sea Gypsies are a seafaring people who spend a great deal of their time in boats off the coast of Myanmar and Thailand, have unusual underwater vision -- twice as good as Europeans. This has enabled Mokens to gather shellfish at great depths without the aid of scuba gear. How do the Moken do this? They constrict their pupils by 22 percent. The brain orders the body to adapt to suite its needs. Another example of neuroplasticity has been found in London taxi drivers. A cab driver's hippocampus -- the part of the brain that holds spatial representation capacity -- is measurably larger than that of a bus driver. [from Neuroplasticity: You Can Teach An Old Brain New Tricks ]As children we have lots of free time and our brain is really quick to grasp new skills and ideas. To make signNow changes to the brain as grown ups one needs to exercise it regularly and focus on really specific tasks like learning to play the guitar or solve spatial puzzles. Because of the constraints of being social and other reasons, people miss out on this. It has been observed that spiritual leaders and prisoners of war have been able to develop extra-cognitive skills simply because of the immense amount of time they put in meditation, mental exercises and thought experiments. Plasticity can also be observed in the brains of bilinguals (Mechelli et al., 2004). It looks like learning a second language is associated with structural changes in the brain: the left inferior parietal cortex is larger in bilingual brains than in monolingual brains.I'll end with some interesting bits from The Brain that Changes ItselfLearning and brain exercises slow age-related mental declines. For example, education necessitates extra branches among neurons to accommodate the new information; new branching increases the volume and thickness of the brain that would otherwise decline with age.Physical exercise promotes the creation of new neurons in the brain. Yet another reason to start that walking program.Specifically designed brain exercises have been shown to improve brain function in children and adults with learning disabilities.The brain undergoes measurable, physical changes as we think. Computer technology can now use these measurements and changes to allow paralyzed people to moves objects with their thoughts.Researchers at UCSD have used imagination and illusion to restructure brain maps and ‘trick” the brain into managing phantom pain and some forms of chronic pain.Performance can be improved through visualization because action and imagination can activate the same parts of the brain. People have learned to play the piano or achieve greater results in athletic endeavors through mental practice. Is it time to visualize eating a nice salad?[from Neuroplasticity Research Shows “Old Dogs” Can Learn New Tricks!]
Have you really encountered anything paranormal or a ghost? How did you deal with it when it happened?I will share two stories:When I was 5 I made a new friend, Evan. Evan and I played each day in my room. My mom and her boyfriend were not concerned about my “imaginary” friend, until they started seeing him. They would see him standing near our bathroom or in their bedroom sometimes. Once, my mom’s boyfriend literally ran out the bedroom and refused to sleep there. They thought switching rooms would help.One day, As Evan and I were playing, he became upset and hit me. My mom called a Reverend and his wife who were close friends of my family. They came over and brought others, but I don’t remember how many. When his wife entered our apartment, she went straight to my bedroom and walked over to a net that held my stuffed animals. She pointed at my favorite stuffed Barney and said “This one, he’s attached himself to this one”.Next, Reverend, his wife, and the others formed a circle around me in our living room. They were praying and speaking in “tongues”. This is what I remember the most: I was terrified, confused and crying. I remember them being so much bigger than I. I didn’t understand why Evan was bad and I certainly didn’t understand what they were doing.After their prayers, the Reverend told my mom that we mustn’t speak of him. He also told her that we would be getting a lot of company over the next few days. I remember getting MANY visitors. My mother would only let them in if they agreed to let her put a cross on their foreheads with oil, I think. There were also crosses on the door to enter the apartment. Later, she told me that she was instructed to annoint everyone because Evan would be trying to get back in “on the backs” of our visitors.She never let me talk about him after that. It’s funny because I remember him. He was a small boy, around my age. He had dark blonde hair, he wore a white collared shirt and white shorts. He was a kind boy, a fun playmate. Perhaps we had a disagreement about my toys like many children do. He was real to me even though his memory fades as I age. It’s insane to me until this day that he wasn’t “real”.That particular complex had some strange happenings from what I can recall. I had some very vivid nightmares during our time there, and even though I was quite young, I still remember them very well.There was a woman across the hall that would always come to my mom’s house and as I eavesdropped, I overheard the woman say that something was attacking her and her son. A lot of the people there gossiped about the complex being haunted.I have another memory of talking to another boy in the hall of the complex, he was older. He said something funny or I think he did because I remember we laughed. He walked away from me toward an elderly woman’s apartment who was one of the residents on our floor, Maggie. When I turned to say goodbye, he was gone. I had never seen him on our floor, my mom was friends with literally everyone on our floor (there were only 4 apartments). I do not know if the boy was “real” or not.I also heard years later that the residential manager said that the complex was built over a former cemetery. I do not know if there is any truth to this, I have not looked into it. If I can confirm that it is in fact true, I will update this post.————————STORY #2———————-I have an aunt and uncle who are very close in age to my brothers and I so we all grew up together. We all shared this weird experience while having nightmares. My aunt called them “Hanks”. The hanks were malevolent entities that we could not see, but they would attack us and grab and squeeze our sides. The sensation that was felt when they would grab our sides is similar to what it feels like when you’ve hit your “funny bone”. The feeling was deeper and more intense though, an uncomfortable feeling…like they were digging.When I got older, I started searching the Web for similar experiences with no luck initially. Finally, I came across a term: “haint” which are spirits that are unable to find peace. So, obviously I realized they weren’t called “Hanks”. It’s just odd because my aunt never told us how she learned that word. Even today, she has never said how she knew that, even though she was mispronouncing the word.I still have nightmares about the Hanks (I still call them this). Now, they appear to me as people. When I was a teenager, I was convinced that they were grabbing my sides because that was the easiest way to get to my soul. Now that seems so absurd but, after having so many nightmares about them over the years and considering the emptiness I have experienced over the years, I wonder if they haven’t been taking it piece by piece all of this time. This experience is recurring so, I’ve learned to wake myself up when it happens. Sometimes I can’t, so I close my eyes and pray to whomever is listening to wake me up.
What would you do first if you realize that you don't know what you're doing especially as an adult?Well, i am one of those people and here is what i am doing.Start and end your day with what your love to do. This is the most important part. Start your day, the first thing of your day is supposed to be the thing you like doing most. For eg, if you love to sleep, make your bed right. If your love to write, then write something like a para or even a line. And do that before sleep as well.If you dont know what you love, just do anything that gives you happyness.And in between these two activities do whatever you are doing, but remeber you will be doing the thing you love most again, in sometime. That will give you a positive feeling.The thing is no matter what will happen, and even for short, you will get to do the thing you love doing so let it be.