I know you are there
Little bird,
Covered by rich green, talking to the tree
Yes, a talking tree!

I know you are hiding
Little ant,
Under the solid brown, listening to the song
Yes, the singing earth!

I know you are relaxing
Tiny drop of rain,
Inside the airy white, hearing the laugh
Yes, a laughing cloud!

I know you are dancing
Little bee,
Beside fresh colors, joining a prayer
Yes, a praying flower!

I know you are breathing
Little fish,
Deep in the wide blue, amazed by stories
Yes, the Historian Ocean!

I am sitting in my room
Seeing you all in the heart of my eye
Praising the work of God
Wishing to add more before I die

Talking tree
Singing earth
Laughing cloud
Praying flower; and
Historian Ocean
Let me join you, and be sublime
Praising God till the end of our time!


U original
Khusrau darya prem ka, ulti wa ki dhaar,

Jo utra so doob gaya, jo dooba so paar.

English Translation.

Oh Khusrau, the river of love
Runs in strange directions.
One who jumps into it drowns,
And one who drowns, gets across.

"Love letter from a mathematician"

"My Dear Love"

Yesterday, I was passing by your rectangular house in trigonometric lane. There i saw you with your cute circular face, conical nose, parabolic chin and spherical eyes, standing in your triangular garden. Before seeing you my heart was a null set but when a vector of magnitude love fall on it, it has no free space on its 3D plane, please add ne in your heart and subtract all the angriness and divide your happy moments to multiply my Life hours because you + me = happiness forever. I miss you 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

Only Yous.......... ANTIDERIVATIVE.

What is the History of Chocolate?

Chocolate was an important drink of the Aztec Indians, how it became popularized in Europe despite it being kept a state secret in Spain for nearly a century.
Although cocoa trees grew wild in Central America since pre-historic times, it wasn’t until around 600 AD when the Maya Indians established cocoa plantations in the Yucatan region of Mexico. The Mayans, and later the Aztecs, took the cocoa bean from the cocoa trees and processed it into a drink called “xocoatl” or “chocoatl.” This word, in the Mexican Indian language, means “foam water.” “Choco” means “foam” and “atl” means “water.” This chocolate was consumed only in the liquid form.

Chocolate was extremely important in the life of the Aztec Indians. According to Arthur W. Knapp, author of “The Cocoa And Chocolate Industry,” the Aztecs believed that chocolate was consumed by the Gods in paradise and that the cocoa seed was brought to earth as a special blessing for the people here by the God of the Air.

The last Aztec emperor, Montezuma, was reported to have drunk no other beverage than chocoatl, which consisted of chocolate flavored with vanilla and spices in such a way as to have the consistency of honey. This was noted by Hernando Cortez, he conqueror of Mexico, who in 1528 brought cocoa beans back to Spain to the court of the King Charles V.
chocolate baby

For the next century, chocolate became a top secret in Spain. Only monks in monasteries were allowed to process cocoa beans into chocolate because Spain wanted to keep the secret of processing chocolate from becoming known in the other European countries. This remained a secret in Spain for almost a hundred years. Finally, with the decline of Spain’s power, the secret leaked out. In 1606, an Italian traveler in Spain, Antonio Carletti, discovered the secret of chocolate and brought it to the other European nations.

In addition to Carletti’s discovery, chocolate was popularized even further by the marriage of Spanish Princess Maria Theresa and King Louis XIV in 1616. Maria Theresa gave chocolate to the French king as a wedding present, which helped popularize chocolate in France.

chocolate keyboard

Because of its great expense, chocolate was considered to be a drink of only the elite class for the rest of the 17th century. As the Spanish historian Oviedo noted: "None but the rich and noble could afford to drink chocolatl as it was literally drinking money. Cocoa passed currency as money among all nations.”

By early in the 18th century, the price of chocolate had dropped so many people outside of the wealthy class could enjoy it. During this era, chocolate houses became as popular in England as coffee houses. In fact, there were chocolate houses that catered to only certain types of clientele such as politicians, gamblers, and the literati.

One interesting fact about chocolate in England was that the Quakers participated in this business very heavily. One reason was that the Quakers hoped to persuade the poor to give up drinking alcohol in favor of the healthier chocolate drink. This involvement of the Quakers in chocolate continued with their emigration to Colonial America, primarily to Pennsylvania. It was one of the descendants of those colonial Pennsylvania Quakers, Milton Hershey, who was later to become perhaps the most important name in the chocolate industry.

chocolate shoes

tasty ???

Motivation theories

Here are academic theories about motivation. (Read detail via links)