Syed Emad Husain believes it is as important to unlearn things as to learn them. After completing his early education in sciences, Emad pursued a bachelor’s degree focused on Economics. The dynamic shift from sciences to social sciences has served as a terminus a quo of his self-discovering journey. Besides participating and probing into the critical, less explored dimensions of socio-economic issues, class and caste disparities, gender dimensions, propaganda, and public opinion: you may find him relishing a book on politics, economics, theology, and philosophy. He believes these subjects help him understand human nature, States, ideals, and the difference between ‘what is and what ought to be.’ Moreover, he seeks pleasure in family time, socializing, discussing, personal financing and investing, and admiring gourmets. For someone with an inquisitive-critical personality, craving to know more and seeking discussions to explore ideas and discover out-of-the-box thinking, the YIF covered it all.