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Why Do Human Beings Procrastinate?

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What is Procrastination?

Human beings have been procrastinating since ancient times, Greek thinkers like Socrates and Aristotle built up a word to depict this sort of conduct: Akrasia. In simple words, you could state that akrasia is stalling or absence of self-control.

Procrastination is the demonstration of deferring or delaying an assignment or set of undertakings. Along these lines, regardless of whether you allude to it as procrastinating or akrasia or something different, the power keeps you away from finishing what you set out to do.

Why/How is the Procrastination cycle created?

The most ideal approach to comprehend and understand this is by envisioning that you have two selves: your Present Self and your Future Self. At the point when you set objectives for yourself — like losing weight, composing a book or learning a language — you are really making arrangements for your Future Self. You are imagining what you need your life to resemble later on. Scientists have discovered that when you consider your Future Self, it is very simple for your mind to see the incentive in taking activities with long term benefits. The Future Self values long term rewards.

While the Future Self can set objectives, only the Present Self can make a move or take action. At the point when the opportunity arrives to settle on a choice, you are never again settling on a decision for your Future Self. Now you’re in the present moment, and your mind is contemplating the Present Self. Scientists have found that the Present Self truly loves moment delight, not long haul result.

This is a decent time to bring some science into our talk. Behavioral psychology research has uncovered a wonder called “time irregularity,” which discloses why procrastination appears to pull us in regardless of our sincere goals and good intentions. Time irregularity refers to the inclination of the human mind to esteem prompt rewards more profoundly than future rewards. Your brain values long-term benefits when they are in the future (tomorrow), but it values immediate gratification when it comes to the present moment (today).

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Motivation is an amazing, yet tricky brute. Now and then it is extremely simple to get motivated and inspired, and you end up finding yourself enveloped with a hurricane of excitement. In other different situations, it is almost difficult to make sense of how to spur yourself and you’re caught in a demise winding of procrastinating.

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Would You Believe That The Technical Reason Behind Booking a Seat in Railways is ‘PHYSICS’!

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Booking a seat on a train is far more different than booking a seat in a theatre!
Theatre is a hall, whereas the train is a moving object. So safety concern is very high in trains. Indian railways ticket booking software is designed in such a way that it will book tickets in a manner that will distribute the load evenly on a train.

Let’s take an example to make things more clear: Imagine there are sleeper class coaches in a train numbered S1, S2 S3… S10, and in every coach, there are 72 seats.

So when someone first books a ticket, the software will assign a seat in the middle coach like S5, middle seat numbered between 30-40, and preferably lower berths (Railways first fills the lower berths than upper one so as to achieve low centre of gravity.)

And the software books seats in such a way that all coaches have uniform passenger distribution and seats are filled starting from the middle seats (36) to seats near the gates i.e 1-2 or 71-72 in order from lower berth to upper.

Railways just want to ensure a proper balance that each coach should have for equal load distribution. That is why when you book a ticket at the last, you are always allotted an upper berth and a seat numbered around 2-3 or 70, except when you are not taking a seat of someone who has canceled his/her seat.

What if the railways book tickets randomly? A train is a moving object which moves around at a speed of around 100km/hr on rails. So there are a lot of forces and mechanics acting on the train.

Just imagine if S1, S2, S3 are completely full and S5, S6 are completely empty and others are partially full. When the train takes a turn, some coaches face maximum centrifugal force and some minimum, and this creates a high chance of derailment of the train.

This is a very technical aspect, and when brakes are applied there will be different braking forces acting at each of the coaches because of the huge differences in the weight of coach, so the stability of train becomes an issue again.

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This is a piece of good information worth sharing, as often passengers blame the Railways citing inconvenient seats/ berths allotted to them!

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Dhanteras 2019 : Maa Lakshmi’s blessings will be Showered by these measures!

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The festival of Dhanteras will be celebrated today. On this day, everyone does some shopping. It is believed that buying any item on this day increases the wealth by 13 times.
The festival of Dhanteras will be celebrated across the country today. This festival, which celebrates the Trayodashi of Krishna Paksha of Kartik month, has special significance in Hindu tradition. On this day, there is special legislation to worship Goddess Lakshmi, Kubera, and Yamraj, the goddess of wealth. On this day, all the rich and poor do some of the other shopping. It is believed that by buying something on this day, Goddess Lakshmi remains blessed throughout the year. Diwali also starts from the day of Dhanteras.

Next, let us tell you the auspicious time of the day and the method of worship before you know why the festival of Dhanteras is celebrated and what are the beliefs behind it. Actually, it is believed that on this day Lord Dhanvantari appeared from the churning of the sea.
It is believed that shopping on this day increases wealth by 13 times. According to the stories, when Lord Dhanvantari appeared, he had an elixir urn in his hand. This is also a reason why people give priority to buying utensils on this day.

Auspicious time for ‘Pooja’ on Dhanteras :

– 10 pm to 8 pm 15 pm
– Pradosh kaal-5 from 42 minutes to 8:15
– Taurus time-6 to 51 minutes-8 to 47 minutes

In the evening of Dhanteras, burn a flour or brass lamp with sesame oil. In the evening worship, first worship Ganesha and after that worship Ganesha. After worshiping Lakshmiji, worship Lord Dhanvantari and Yamraj ji. After worshiping, burn Yamraj by facing towards south direction. Donate food grains after worship. Let us tell you that establishing Ganeshji on Dhanteras has special benefits.

Cleanliness has great importance on Dhanteras. It is believed that where there is cleanliness, Goddess Lakshmi lives there. As a remedy, use perfume to spread fragrance in the house of worship. From the sunrise of Dhanteras to the night of Bhai Dooj, chant 11 beads daily ‘Om Lakshmaye Namah’. The garland of chanting should be of lotus leaf. Do not do any other work while chanting. On Ashtami, provide food to a girl under 8 years of age and give a gift to the girl.

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Steve Irwin’s son feeding same crocodile at the same place 15 years apart!

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Worldwide famed Australian television personality and conversationalist Steve Irwin couldn’t be prouder than today ever after seeing his son Robert feeding Murray at the same place where he did 15 years ago.
Yes, the Crocodile Hunter who made us holding our breath by thrilling videos of Crocodile, snakes and other horrible and yet beautiful creatures of nature had breathed his last after a tragic accident caused by a Stingray in 2006 at Queensland, Australia while filming his then-going project.
However, after 15 years after Steve fed Muray, a habitat of his zoo, his son Robert Irwin is feeding the same crocodile at the same place, and more interestingly, with the same attire – a light olive grey shirt and shorts paired with black shoes.

Just after the photograph was shared on Robert’s Instagram handle, it went viral and was flooded with tons of comments from every corner of the globe.
Following his father’s footsteps, Robert hosts a popular television programme, called Robert’s Real Life Adventures and has already established himself as a television personality. The huge love and blessing to Robert from all across the globe surely show how impactful Steve Irwin was and is yet in our hearts.

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