Every coin has three sides, do you agreeAll of us may be aware about a popular saying phrase two sides of the same coin. The equivalent or simple translations will be there in almost all languages. By hearing this and by seeing a coin ourselves, we believe that a coin has two sides. In school we knew only about two dimensions like, length and breadth, X-axis and Y-axis. But our thoughts started changing after learning about a third dimension of volume, which involves the height or depth; upper space etc. My thoughts were also provoked by the Hindu belief of 'Trinetra' of Lord Shiva. Then graduating to higher learning I came to read about the third state of matter or Plasma. Not just matter, but mind also was having three planes. So I was convinced that there should be third dimension to everything in this Universe. So I reasoned to myself that the two side of the coins viz. Head and Tail, cannot stay without a body. 'If we closely observe and analyse, we can see that the two sides of a coin are joined by a third side. We call it the rim or edge. Closely observing we can see some designs, writings or patterns in the rim also. Sometimes, on a toss or roll, a coin stands on its edge also.
The telecoms also found that there is 3rd D after voice and text- Data.
When two people argue or fight, apart from their individual versions and dimensions, there will be a third dimension-neighbours, observers or generally third party. This third party is accepted legally and even insurance is also there in the name of third party. Though earlier, there were only two diagonally opposite political 'ism's-Capitalism and Communism- in our country uniquely we adopted the third one joining these two sides- Socialism. Now I hear that there is a book with the title 'Third side of a coin" authored by Jayanta Banerjee.
The management teachers, psychology teachers, Physicists, Chemists, Spiritualists, Philosophises, –everyone agree that there are three states, three dimensions. Now only the numismatists only may be left to be convinced of that.
By now, I am sure you all agree that every too coin has three sides!