The Curious Case of ̷B̷e̷n̷j̷a̷m̷i̷n̷ ̷B̷u̷t̷t̷o̷n̷ the Bermuda Triangle – S. Mysha Urooj

October 11, 1492: Christopher Columbus and his crew see a candle-like light which rises and lifts up. 1918: A Navy cargo ship with 300 men and 10000 ton of manganese disappeared between Barbados and the Chesapeake Bay without sending a…

Unknown: A Feeling – Ichcha Walia

“There are known unknowns”

~Donald Rumsfeld

Does something like the “unknown” even exist? The knowns were once unknown and maybe in incognisant ways, we step into “unknown” situations every day. I believe the “unknown” is a place you’ll become used to someday, the “unknown” is a person you’ll find the most comfort in someday and I believe the unknown is a feeling you’ll want to experience every day. Right this second, something is waiting to be known, to be explored, and we’ll always keep pushing the boundaries of the unknown to get there. The unknown is limitless, just like one’s desire to know more. But as Pema Chödrön says, “Letting there be room for not knowing is the most important thing of all”, we’ll never really know everything. Something will always be unknown to us or maybe the unknown lies within you? And you’ll know it when the time permits.

– Ichcha Walia, The Millennium School, Noida

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