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Four squares Four squares Presentation Transcript

  • 1 FOUR SQUARE QUESTIONS!
  • 2 Look at the diagram carefully. Now, I will ask you FOUR questions about this square. Are you ready? B A DC 4 Square Questions
  • 3 Q 1Q 1 Divide the white area in square A into two equal pieces. Easy! Isn't it? B A DC 4 Square Questions
  • 4 Q 1Q 1 Divide the white area in square A into two equal pieces. Here is the answer! B A DC 4 Square Questions
  • 5 Q 2Q 2 Divide the white area in square B into three equal pieces. Not so difficult! B A DC 4 Square Questions
  • 6 Q 2Q 2 Divide the white area in square B into three equal pieces. Here is the answer! B A DC 4 Square Questions
  • 7 Q 3Q 3 Divide the white area in square C into four equal pieces. Very difficult? That's right! B A DC 4 Square Questions
  • 8 Q 3Q 3 Divide the white area in square C into four equal pieces. Here's the answer! B A DC 4 Square Questions
  • 9 Be ready! Here comes the last question! B A DC 4 Square Questions
  • 10 Q 4Q 4 Divide the white area in square D into seven equal pieces. World Record is SEVEN seconds! B A DC 4 Square Questions
  • 11 Q 4Q 4 B A DC Divide the white area in square D into seven equal pieces. Any ideas? 4 Square Questions
  • 12 Q 4Q 4 B A DC Divide the white area in square D into seven equal pieces. Are you still puzzled? 4 Square Questions
  • 13 Q 4Q 4 B A DC Divide the white area in square D into seven equal pieces. Here’s the answer! 4 Square Questions
  • 14 Q 4Q 4 B A DC Divide the white area in square D into seven equal pieces. Was it really that tough? 4 Square Questions
  • 15 Q 4Q 4 B A DC Divide the white area in square D into seven equal pieces. If you didn't get the answer, it was just that your mind was conditioned to seek a complex solution! 4 Square Questions
  • 16 Lessons learnt:  Most of the times, our mind gets conditioned so much by the circumstances that we can not see the obvious.  When we go to a specialist doctor with a simple headache, diagnosis starts from migraine, upwards!  We assume that things are so complicated and we get entrapped in the ghost of it’s thoughts.  We carry on the same syndrome to our relationships and make them complicated. 4 Square Questions
  • 17 BE SIMPLE IN LIFE ! THE GREATNESS OF THIS MAN WAS HIS SIMPLICITY!
  • 18 HAVE A NICE DAY!