Rewrite Sunlight


It was a time when my only solace were the dreams I had inside… Till I have learnt how to embrace them to the Light and let them Live!

Happy to be part of the new poetry anthology book from “All poetry” – Rewrite Sunlight 

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Friday’s Math Puzzle


 -Where do math teachers go on vacation?

-To Times Square 


-Why is a math book always unhappy?

-Because it always has lots of problems. 


-Why is 6 afraid of 7?

-Because 7 8 9 

-What happened to the plant in math class?

-It grew square roots. 


-How does a math professor propose to his fiance? 

-With a polynomial ring! 


-What is the most erotic number?



-When 2 are 1 and don’t pay at10tion, they’ll know within 5 weeks whether or not, after 9 months, they’ll be 3 

-What do you get if you add two apples and three apples?

-A middle school math problem! 


What is the difference between a mathematician and a philosopher?

-The mathematician only needs paper, pencil, and a trash bin for his work – the philosopher can do without the trash bin. 



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“Mathematics knows no races or geographic boundaries; for mathematics, the cultural world is one country.” – David Hilbert



“A lot of music is mathematics. It’s balance.” –  Mel Brooks



“The power of mathematics is often to change one thing into another, to change geometry into language.” – Marcus du Sautoy


“Mathematics allows for no hypocrisy and no vagueness.” –  Stendhal

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Game time! 

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“I love math, but I know that I’m unusual. Math anxiety is a rampant problem across the country. Researchers now know that when people with math anxiety encounter numbers, a fear center in the brain lights up — the same fear center that lights up when people see snakes or spiders. Anxiety is not limited to low-achieving students. Many of the undergraduates I teach at Stanford University, some of the most successful students in the nation, are math traumatized. In recent interviews, students have told me that learning math in school was like being on a “hamster wheel” — they felt like they were running and running, without reaching any meaningful destination. A seventh grader told me that math learning was like prison, because his mind felt “locked up.”  Jo Boaler- Stanford University professor and co-founder of (Read more here )

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“It has become almost a cliché to remark that nobody boasts of ignorance of literature, but it is socially acceptable to boast ignorance of science and proudly claim incompetence in mathematics.”  – Richard Dawkins

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“Small minds discuss persons.

Average minds discuss events.

Great minds discuss ideas.

Really great minds discuss mathematics.”

( Unknown )

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“With me, everything turns into mathematics.”  –  René Descartes

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“Nature is written in mathematical language.”  – Galileo Galilei

“One of the endlessly alluring aspects of mathematics is that its thorniest paradoxes have a way of blooming into beautiful theories.”   – Philip J. Davis

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Pure mathematics is the world’s best game.  It is more absorbing than chess, more of a gamble than poker, and lasts longer than Monopoly.  It’s free.  It can be played anywhere – Archimedes did it in a bathtub.  – Richard J. Trudeau (Dots and Line)

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“Mathematics expresses values that reflect the cosmos, including orderliness, balance, harmony, logic, and abstract beauty.” 
― Deepak Chopra

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