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Medium-algorithm is a puzzle, but listicles are the clues to solve it.

Aristotle was a young frustrated guy in Stagira, Greece. He was suffering from thoughts-disease as he had opinions about everything in life.

His mind never rested and always gave him this-and-that to produce unique thoughtful writings.

He had a Facebook account where he used to vomit his extraordinary ideas on a regular basis, but sadly nobody gave a damn. He posted a great piece about politics a few weeks ago but found no likes or comments.

So, to satisfy his ego, he liked his own post and consoled…


I consciously unfollowed him and chose to be a different person.

My father lost his father when he was a school student. He and his older brother struggled much to survive as the family was not so well-off. At that time, they lived in a rural area with no money and guidance.

I know the family history. I admire both my father and my uncle for what struggle they have gone through in their younger age to survive. Life is hard. And they know what this sentence means more than anyone else. …


A soul wandering in the wilderness

Magic happens when you dare to say goodbye to your comfort zone and hit the road. You come across things that unknown — you hear the music unheard — you discover the beauty hidden from your very city-eyes.

All you need is to find some time to start your journey to the destination undefined. Leave the brick-walls and conditioned-air just for a day and see what happens under the sun.

The Journey Begins

When you take the bus, you don’t know your destination. But you have no fear of being lost — because you want to get lost and immerse in places unexplored.


Smartness has nothing to do with your looks, money, or fame.

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Well, that’s an ambitious title, isn’t it? I mean, we know who is smart and who is not. We see them all the time. Smart people are everywhere. They are in the movies, on social media, on YouTube, and in magazines. They also seem omnipresent in all fancy events that have red carpets.

They look tall, beautiful, shiny, and of course, sexy. They have money, image, fame, fan, and followers. Some of them are so smart that they have already become the influencer. Their tiny pieces of advice are the breakfasts for millions of people.

They wear clothes from Armani…


Updated on April 09, 2021

All I have published on Medium (so far) listed here

I have never been so prolific as a writer in my life. In the last eight months, I have published 133 stories on diverse topics, including nature, environmental issues, writing, reading, self-development, mental health, self-awareness, habits, love, relationships, happiness, success, money, travel, movie reviews, history, culture, music and more.

I have started two quality publications, The Masterpiece and The Environment, where hundreds of writers from different parts of the world submit their best stories to be published. Both the publications are top-class in terms of quality writing and stunning interface. They are free of listicles, cliche, or shallow topics.

Apart…


The Masterpiece Interview

There was nothing like love for me in the house.

Hello and welcome everyone to The Masterpiece Interview.

Today we have Emmanuel A. Anderson with us. Emmanuel is a writer who loves to explore the arena of self-improvement. As his early life was full of struggles, he is now committed to helping other people find their life purpose and happiness. Today, we will talk about Emmanuel’s incredible journey of life in detail.

So, let’s talk to him right away.

We are very happy to have you with us. How are you doing?

Emmanuel A. Anderson: I’m doing wonderful. Thanks.

Emmanuel, first tell us where are you living right now? …


Japan and its cruel whale hunting

When asked why Japan still does whaling, the Japanese govt. saidWhaling is an ancient part of Japanese culture, that fishermen have caught whales for centuries, and that Japan will never allow foreigners to tell its people what they can and cannot eat.

Don’t you think this is a shocking answer? In the name of culture, can any country slaughter whales and push them towards extinction?

Japan’s Cruel Whale Hunting

In the mid-1930s, Japan started whaling in the Antarctic on a smaller scale. But after WWII, the country came up with a huge whaling voyage to feed its struggling and starving people.

With…


I did it and I know it works.

I am on Medium for more than nine months. So far, I have published 163 articles and created two amazing publications — The Masterpiece and The Environment.

At this point, I can say that I witnessed a lot of changes on this platform. For better or worse — Medium is indeed a platform of constant change. The changes in algorithms with Medium’s relational model impacted many writers, and they experienced a significant views drop. Eventually, the earnings went down as well.

Many writers got frustrated and struggled with the thoughts of what to write next and engage readers. Sadly, some…


The Masterpiece Interview

I am a writer, will always be.

Welcome everyone to our second episode of The Masterpiece Interview.

Today we have a very special guest Josephine Crispin, a prolific writer, and editor with an incredible amount of experiences. We will talk to her about her eventful life and writings. She has so much to offer. I hope you all will have an amazing experience.

So, let’s talk to our guest right away.

Hello, Josephine. How are you doing? We are very happy to have you here.

Josephine Crispin: I’m good, thank you. Happy to be a contributor to The Masterpiece as well.

We are curious. Where are you…


My fascination for rivers

I can’t swim well, but that cannot stop me from spending time with rivers. Wherever I go, when I see a river, I feel an intense desire to spend some time exploring it.

Fortunately, my country is blessed with countless rivers. Some of them are still young, while others have already dried out or half-dead. As you can imagine, human beings are the ones to blame.

As far as I understand, my fascination for rivers has its root in my childhood. Our village home was only a hundred meters away from a lovely small river. …

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