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The Master's Podcast
We will discuss about many interesting topic on our this segment of podcast.
Feb 28, 2022
How To Read English Books
In this competitive era, reading books is essential for everyone. You can't ignore the importance of reading books nowadays. You have to read books for your self-development, for better life leading ideas and many others. Nowadays, while living in Bangladesh, reading only Bangla books isn't a great idea. You have to take the ideas of English Writers for your development. Today in this episode we will talk about, how you can start reading English Books. If you never read any English books ever in your life, this podcast will give you the exact pathway to do so.
Nov 28, 2021
How Our Lives Depend on Others! EPI 03
Society seems to influence all ages by poisoning our minds with their thoughts. People all over try to act or behave like them and the circle they are in! Everyone try’s to dress like how the society wants us to do. Act different, how the society wants us to be. So, we are in a circle. Where our whole lives depend on others, depend on our society, country, relatives, friends and others. Today in this episode we will talk "How Our Lives Depend on Others!", "How They Control Us!" and about many more.
Nov 20, 2021
When Breath Becomes Air EPI 02
When Breath Becomes Air is a non-fiction autobiographical book written by American neurosurgeon Paul Kalanithi. It is a memoir about his life and illness, battling stage IV metastatic lung cancer. It was posthumously published by Random House on January 12, 2016. In his last year of neurosurgical residency at Stanford University, Kalanithi experiences negative changes in his health. Rapid weight loss, and severe back and chest pains begin to raise concern for him and his wife, Lucy Kalanithi. Kalanithi worries that cancer might have caused his symptoms and his decline of health – unlikely for people in their thirties. However, when X-ray results in a routine medical check-up return normal, his primary care physician and he attribute the symptoms to aging and work overload. Determined to finish the last months of his residency, he ignores whatever symptoms have not subsided. A few weeks later, the symptoms come back, stronger than before. Around this time, Kalanithi and his wife experience conflict in their relationship when Lucy feels that he is not communicating with her. Visiting friends in New York, Kalanithi is almost certain that he has cancer and says it out loud for the first time to his friend Mike. Returning home, upon landing in San Francisco, Kalanithi receives a call from his doctor telling him that his lungs "look blurry." When he arrives home with Lucy, both of them know what is happening. The next day, Kalanithi checks in to the hospital, and the room where he examined his patients, delivering good and bad news, becomes his own. Today we will talk about this book with some metaphorical terms of our own life. Welcome to the second episode of THE MASTER'S PODCAST by SIAM MEHRAF.
Nov 16, 2021
Metaverse EPI 01
Facebook company changed their company's name to Metaverse with a huge big steps for the future. They wants to create a whole new world with 3 Dimension. Will that be good for us or not? How will this effects our life forever? That is the theme of our today’s discussion.