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What am i
Alien is probably the best one-single word to describe me.
I belong to a galaxy where there is peace, love, respect & humanity.
Earth is definitely not the place I belong to because humans are the worst creatures ever created on this planet.
According to Stuart Wilde, “Fringe Dwellers are people who don’t fit the norm.
I say they are not hippy revolutionaries living rough, or social weirdoes; the one’s I speak of are ordinary people, you can’t tell them apart from others.
It’s their minds that are different. They don’t relate to the rules and regulations of the status quo, the rhythms of a tick-tock life leaves them uninspired and listless.”
“Alone – The Journey” is what my life is all about.
I never had the privilege of having true friends. The one that I had, left me for the heavenly abode and the rest, they just wanted to make the most out of me and then forget me.
Even though I am married and have a grown-up daughter, I am still living an isolated lifestyle.
Hence I decided to go the “alone” way.
I think very differently and so are my philosophies.
My thoughts are so different that people (including my family members) often find it difficult to understand them. This is probably one reason why people don’t like to keep me in their company.
But I am more than happy the way I am.
I am a born technology geek.
I was about 10 years old when I started programming on the Sinclair ZX Spectrum.
When I was barely 18, I was running a computers business.
Over the time, I kept on upgrading myself with the latest trends and now I am into web technologies.
I have been researching on variety of topics right from my childhood days.
In my spare time, I do a lot of research and I have covered a wide variety of topics. But unfortunately, I have to keep the findings restricted to myself because people think my research is vague.
But I am not really surprised when I see my research has turned into a reality.
“People live by eating animals, I live by feeding animals!”
Animals are the best creatures ever created on this planet, at least when compared with humans. They are smart & intelligent. They love to socialise and live in families.
Somewhere in 2009, I started feeding the stray animals with Marie biscuits. Initially, they were just 2-3 dogs and now they are 15.
5 am every morning and 8 pm every night, I keep biscuits at two different designated places outside my home. The dogs come as per their convenience to eat biscuits. I have also kept two huge water bowls and clean them every 3-4 days.
I believe if you can’t do much for the animals, at least consider feeding them.
“A home without animals is just like a temple without a god!”
Pet parents are people for whom their pets are their family members, not slaves who are chained or caged.
At home, I am having four Indian dogs & 10 Indian cats and they all live as one single family. Right from day one, they haven’t been chained or caged. They keep wandering inside the premises and the home all day long. They live a free and unrestricted life.
Watching them play or do silly things is what makes my day.
In my childhood days, I used to eat non-vegetarian food because then I didn’t know where it comes from.
I think this is the case with all the kids. Parents never tell or educate their kids about the livestock industry fearing that if kids come to know, they will get scared.
When I was in 11th grade, one of my friends told me about cruelty to animals. It was then I realised that I was directly or indirectly causing cruelty to animals. This is when I gave up eating non-vegetarian food.
But then in 2007, as I was researching, I somehow came across the articles & videos related to cruelty to animals. It was then I learned about the horrors of the dairy industry. The videos were more than enough to convince me to become a Vegan.
What I do
Travel is what makes me feel alive.
I love to visit & explore new places, observe the surroundings, learn more about the history, the people, the food, the cultures, etc.
I hate to travel in groups. Groups create restrictions on movements & freedom and I love to travel free, either with my family or alone.
I am mainly attracted to historical places, heritage monuments, archaeological sites, hill stations, villages, jungles, beaches and extremely remote locations.
I love to capture the moments on my camera.
Be it be birds, insects, animals, fruits, flowers, plants, trees, nature, jungles, mountains, beaches, landscapes, places, people, objects or just anything.
I am not a professional photographer because professional photographers always looks from the commercial point of view. They create their own set of rules and expect the people to follow them. Whereas I am completely the opposite. I believe photography is an art and it should not be restricted with rules & regulations.
I strongly believe in taking a perfect shot rather than doing cheat photography (editing pictures to make them look as if they were shot in one-single go).
I build clean, minimalistic & mobile-friendly websites for low budget customers.
My targeted client base is typically individuals, students, homemakers & housewives, retired people, small businesses and strugglers.
My favourite website building platform is WordPress and I use premium themes, plugins & page builder from reputed developers.
I put great amount of efforts to make sure that the clients website is always running on the latest technology.
I began to self-learn driving when I was 15. It was a long journey before I self-mastered the art of driving.
There is no terrain I have not driven – smooth & silky highways; unpaved bumpy roads; the jungles; mountains and some of the most dangerous ghat sections.
For me, travelling is all about the journey, not about reaching the destination.
My most loved & the only preferred way of travelling is by means of road trips.
I love to self-drive and my road trips are not only fascinating, but they are full of excitement, fun & adventures.
I used to take pictures from the ordinary mobile phones, but the only time I realised that I was passionate about photography was after our Goa road trip in November 2012.
A few days before the trip, I had purchased a digital camera (Sony DSC-HX10V) for the very 1st time in my life.
My life (right from my childhood days) is full of struggles & challenges. Almost each and every day is a new challenge for me.
When I was in 10th grade, I was diagnosed with primary generalized epilepsy. The diagnosis really didn’t help me cope up with my day-to-day activities and the situation only began to get worse.
I had to find a way to overcome these challenges. Then in 2016-17, I decided to self-diagnose my difficulties. I then started researching on the internet and the results were very disappointing. I came to know that I am suffering from comorbidity.
In medicine, comorbidity is the presence of one or more disorders (or diseases) in addition to a primary disease or disorder.
So far, I haven’t found any solution to my problems and I am still struggling to live a normal life.
Generalized epilepsy, also known as primary generalized epilepsy or idiopathic epilepsy, is a form of epilepsy characterised by generalised seizures with no apparent cause. Generalized seizures, as opposed to focal seizures, are a type of seizure that impairs consciousness and distorts the electrical activity of the whole or a larger portion of the brain.
Generalized epilepsy is primary because the epilepsy is the originally diagnosed condition itself, as opposed to secondary epilepsy, which occurs as a symptom of a diagnosed condition.
Autism is a developmental disorder characterized by troubles with social interaction and communication, and by restricted and repetitive behaviour. Parents usually notice signs in the first two or three years of their child’s life. These signs often develop gradually, though some children with autism reach their developmental milestones at a normal pace and then worsen.
Autism affects information processing in the brain by altering how nerve cells and their synapses connect and organize; how this occurs is not well understood.
Dyslexia, also known as a reading disorder, is characterised by trouble with reading despite normal intelligence. Different people are affected to varying degrees. Problems may include difficulties in spelling words, reading quickly, writing words, “sounding out” words in the head, pronouncing words when reading aloud and understanding what one reads. Often these difficulties are first noticed at school. The difficulties are involuntary and people with this disorder have a normal desire to learn.
Dyslexia is believed to be caused by both genetic and environmental factors. Some cases run in families. It often occurs in people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and is associated with similar difficulties with numbers. It may begin in adulthood as the result of a traumatic brain injury, stroke, or dementia. The underlying mechanisms of dyslexia are problems within the brain’s language processing.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a mental disorder of the neurodevelopmental type. It is characterized by problems paying attention, excessive activity, or difficulty controlling behaviour which is not appropriate for a person’s age.
The symptoms appear before a person is twelve years old, are present for more than six months, and cause problems in at least two settings (such as school, home, or recreational activities). In children, problems paying attention may result in poor school performance. Although it causes impairment, particularly in modern society, many children with ADHD have a good attention span for tasks they find interesting.
Dyscalculia is difficulty in learning or comprehending arithmetic, such as difficulty in understanding numbers, learning how to manipulate numbers, and learning facts in mathematics. It is generally seen as a specific developmental disorder.
Dyscalculia can occur in people from across the whole IQ range – often higher than average – along with difficulties with time, measurement, and spatial reasoning.
Mathematical disabilities can occur as the result of some types of brain injury, in which case the proper term, acalculia, is to distinguish it from dyscalculia which is of innate, genetic or developmental origin.
Acalculia is an acquired impairment in which patients have difficulty performing simple mathematical tasks, such as adding, subtracting, multiplying and even simply stating which of two numbers is larger. Acalculia is distinguished from dyscalculia in that acalculia is acquired late in life due to neurological injury such as stroke, while dyscalculia is a specific developmental disorder first observed during the acquisition of mathematical knowledge. The name comes from the Greek “a” meaning “not” and Latin “calculare”, which means “to count”.
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