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Joy and Randomness

What do you do when you can’t afford to buy a pair of racquets?

You open your sandals and play with those!


What do you do when you watch the likes of Messi’s and Ronaldo’s play with a football that you feel lucky to see onscreen?

You simply gather some sheets of paper and roll it hard so that it gets cemented.


Life is simply about joy. Money matters the most when it comes to sumptuousness. But making it brighter makes you work hard, work fortunes to be the best out of the lot. You simply have the courage but not the determination that might lead you there, high up there. Yes! The land of the vigilance where you just can’t afford to loose what you get. The unwanted heroes craved the path of virtue, to bring a smile on someone’s face.The joy, the love, the affection all comes to play and still the world is at a trance. You deceive them, The world deceives you. You flirt with them, they will make you the king. They’ll fund you in anything and everything, and then suddenly you downgrade to the land of the unwanted. The sudden fall and then you realize you were dreaming. The darker side of reality suddenly hits him, the world suddenly becomes a smaller place to live in. Enemies in every place, in every direction, inside out, universally.


A few years back a man won the Spanish national lottery with a ticket that ended in the number 48. Proud of his accomplishments, he revealed the theory that brought him the riches. “I dreamed of the number 7 for seven straight nights,” he said, “and 7 times 7 is 48.” Those of us with a better command of our multiplication tables might chuckle at the man’s error, but we all create our own view of the world and then employ it to filters and process our perceptions, extracting meaning from the ocean of data that washes over us in daily life. And we often make errors that, though less obvious, are just as significant as his.


Maybe Life isn’t like that. Sometimes things happen that cannot be foreseen. An incident suppose that had nothing to do with you, but had it happened differently, you never had been born.We all start from “naive realism,” i.e., the doctrine that things are what they seem. We think that grass is green, that stones are hard,and that snow is cold. But Science assures us that the greenness of grass, the hardness of stone, and the coldness of snow that we know in our own experience, but something very different. In what follows we will peer at life through the eyepiece of the randomness and see that many of the events of our lives, too, are not quite what they seem but rather something very difficult.


It is human nature to look for patterns and to assign them meaning when we find them and not money or something similar. As famously quoted by Pierre-Simon De Laplace,” If an intelligence, at a given instant, knew all the forces that animate nature and the position of each constituent being; if, moreover, this intelligence were sufficiently great to submit those data to analysis, it could embrace in the same formula the movements of the greatest bodies in the universe and those of the smallest atoms: to this intelligence nothing would be uncertain, and the future, as the past, would be present to its eyes.”Laplace expressed a view called determinism: the idea that the state of the world at the present determines precisely the manner in which the future will unfold.The happier one, the jovial one.

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