# Insights And Advices Collected Along The Way, Part 2

## Notes From My Friends (From 2011 to 2020)

This is a continuation from Part 1 which contains `Notes From My Friends (From 1984 to 2010)`.

`It is beautiful that something purely imaginary.. and extending to infinite proportions could result in a real value. - Sushanth, Re: Sushanth's theorem, 2010-02.27`

A mathematical equation is not simply a meaningless matter of fact, it depicts a story filled with phenomenal symbols that are important and evidential to complete the mystery and fulfill the meaning itself. If the capacity to understand, by itself, is mysterious and inscrutable to us, just as much as the meaning of the phenomenon of such understanding, are within the capacity of understanding to apprehend eventually, becomes all apprehendable.

There is no good or bad mathematics, but rather optimal or non-optimal definitions, perspectives, modeling, and assumptions and estimations; mathematics is merely a victim of our own expressions.