Tales from Shakespeare Oxford Bookworms
Tales from Shakespeare Oxford Bookworms

I’ve started reading Tales from Shakespeare three days ago.

The book has entitled “Oxford Bookworms 2” which I remember I bought it when I was a first grade student at high school.

I’ve never been able to allocate time to read it till 3 days ago I took this one among all other book in my library, all by chance and started reading it there while standing up by the book shelves. And yes, I couldn’t stop myself from reading it.

The book doesn’t include full original plays of Shakespeare but it is a set of summarized stories based on plays which make it readable even for whom are not very advanced English learners.

It includes these titles:

The merchant of VeniceThe taming of the shrewThe tempestJulius CaesarKing LearMacbeth

I was searching the audio version of the book this morning; although I didn’t find out any, I find out that MIT University has dedicated a website to full plays of Shakespeare. …


Sooner you fail, sooner you find the way to win
Sooner you fail, sooner you find the way to win

Sooner you fail, sooner you find the way to win. Don’t waste your time and fail as soon as possible you can. Then start over and fail again and then start over and do it again and again and again until you win.

The only thing you are supposed to consider is that never make a mistake twice, unless there is nothing wrong with failure.

Photo by Andrew Sterling on Unsplash


No Plan B Anymore
No Plan B Anymore

Argelès street

Having a Plan B, sometimes means there is no plan A at all (I said sometimes).

If plan A is such important plan that couldn’t be replaced with any other possible plan, what does it mean to have a plan B then?

Sometimes, having a plan B means, “I am ready to fail in plan A”.

Side plans mean the plan A is not really main plan.

When we say we follow plan A and meanwhile we are working on another plan, it only means we’ve quitted plan A and we are afraid to facing it. …


3 reasons why kids are bad at mathematics
3 reasons why kids are bad at mathematics

why kids are bad at mathematics depends on different variables. in this article I am about to share some the most important reasons why kids are bad at mathematics.

People are more confident to say they hate mathematics rather to say they are bad at it. I am not about to say they don’t learn math properly because they are “dumb”. I believe when someone is not good at math, it has only some few reasons:

Reason #1 why kids are bad at mathematics: Parents and their negative effects


Nothing Happens To Us Too Soon
Nothing Happens To Us Too Soon

Since life is too short, nothing happens to us too soon. They may happen late or even
too late, but nothing will happen too soon. There is no too soon actually. You are
ready and grab the chance or you make that excuse and pass it away.

It’s a cliché to run away from situations. Probably we want to cover our fear or any kind of these feelings. Generally, it’s because we are not ready which means we are not organized or skilled people, I think.

Too soon means wasting time. Too soon means not having any plan for the future. It means
not having any strategy at all. Too soon means I am not ready enough to handle
it properly. And it means I am not skilled enough to distinguish between right
and wrong. …


How we make decisions wisely?
How we make decisions wisely?

Making decisions seems so easy to many of us. So we make decisions about every situation that arise in the road of life. After a while it turns out they have been wrong or bad decisions.

We justify: I didn’t have enough information. If I had that sort of information ….

By “that sort of information”, we mean sometimes that there are information that

is out of our access!

Really? Is that the reason? We have all information we need to make a wise decision on
the table!

But you know what? Problem is about the way we should have learnt to know how to
make decisions. …


Corona Virus, No Facebook and I Am Stuck at Home
Corona Virus, No Facebook and I Am Stuck at Home

It’s a beautiful
day: it’s raining and it’s not cold at all. But guess what? I’m stuck at home. You
know why? Yes! Corona Virus.

It’s been raining since last night. The weather is fresh, it’s not cold. I could feel wind softly touches my face and the sky is blue like it was clean and fresh 1000 years ago.

I only could stay at home and read some books. Then I write so much. After I get tired of writing, again I come back to reading.

It is not what we expect to be stuck at homes, but I try being positive and finishing all my undone and unfinished works, especially those I have started since the beginning of the history of earth and I haven’t finish them. …


The Road Less Traveled
The Road Less Traveled

Success
can be a lonely road. It can be a tough road. It can be a hard road.

It’s not
for everyone. Those who follow others like sheep, will never know who they
truly are. Only those who follow their own path can discover their true
potential.

Those who
fly alone have the strongest wings. Those who walk alone have the strongest direction.
the rest will always be in need of others for their survival. They will always
need attention, need recognition to survive.

I am at
peace alone. Needing no attention, no recognition, and still I thrive.

I am not
saying those who have support are weak. I am not saying you must go at it alone
to gain strength. This is just for those who have fought battles alone. Those
who have felt like they don’t fit in. those who have never had support in anything
they do. …


write a single post each day and make a huge change
write a single post each day and make a huge change

It has been a long time since I published my last post here. It has no reason unless I am busy with one of my websites, which actually is my first website.

I have been working on it since 20 months ago. After one year, I decided to start my other websites, which this one is one of them.

Beside of my first website, pangan7.com, which is in online English and French learning website, I also update my Persian personal website regularly.

Then if I find some spare time, I rather update my Persian math online learning website.

In fact, I myself prefer to publish only math contents. But those language learning courses are only temporary and to make money. …

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Esmaeil ASLANI DIRANLOU

In Math We Trust: Mathematician, Blogger, Educator.

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