Don't let the festive lights fool you. The holidays are a time of terror, especially when you have to deal with
your crazy relatives. Learn how to protect your mental health and your sanity in this funny and practical book.
Intuition is the feeling or thought formed from beliefs, opinion, experience, and other subjective reasoning.
Superstition is a belief or practice that is based on irrational or unfounded assumptions. How can we tell the
difference between them and avoid falling into superstition? This article explains the concept of Empiricism, a
philosophical approach developed by David Hume that emphasizes the importance of experience and observation in the
formation of knowledge and beliefs.
How does Freud’s psychodynamic approach explain conformity and group behavior? Is it still relevant and accurate
in the light of modern research and evidence? In this article, we explore Freud’s theory of conformity and compare
it with other empirical studies, such as the Stanford Prison Experiment and the Milgram Experiment. We also
suggest some implications and recommendations for future research and practice.
The Perils of Crazy Argumentation: Unmasking the Distorted Logic in Political Discourse
Delve into the realm of political discussions where rationality takes a backseat and distorted logic reigns
supreme. Uncover the alarming prevalence of crazy argumentation, where seemingly intelligent individuals succumb
to flawed reasoning. Brace yourself for a captivating journey through the mind-boggling world of political
This article is about how faith and religion can influence our views and actions on randomness, control, and
responsibility in life. The authors discuss how they have questioned and challenged their own beliefs and values
on these issues, and how they have found wisdom and courage in their spiritual journeys.
The pursuit of perfect form in all endeavors is a noble goal, for success is assured even if the effort proves
fatal. Be it in writing, singing, acting, fighting, or loving.
Life demands self-sufficiency, but being in control is overrated. Futility’s sarcasm is where it’s at.
Like a lighthouse in a stormy sea, simple ideas stand firm behind the chaos, guiding us towards discovery.
Despite the fear of the virus lurking around every corner, Tea and his friend refused to let it dampen their
spirits. They laughed, joked, and even wrote poetry together to pass the time.
Time is both infinite and fleeting, and that our existence within it is both significant and insignificant. There
is no time for assholes and nonsense.
Economics based on consumption impacts more than just the environment by creating a waste cycle and increased
refuse output by ever pushing for new and better commodities. People become gears in the economic system having
only the value to produce and buy commodities.
The road to wisdom is not always smooth. Along the way, we may encounter pot holes - obstacles and challenges that
can slow down our progress. But these pot holes also provide opportunities for growth and learning. By facing and
overcoming these challenges, we gain knowledge and understanding that brings us closer to wisdom.
As we age, we gain wisdom through our experiences. This process of acquiring wisdom takes time and can have both
positive and negative aspects. The upside of aging is the benefit of having more knowledge and understanding,
while the downside can be the challenges and difficulties that come with getting older. The wisdom of aging is a
double-edged sword, but one that is worth considering as we navigate through life.
Responsibility and forgiveness are two powerful themes that are explored in this thought-provoking piece. The
author delves into the wisdom of forgiveness to illustrate how easy it is to miss the point when it comes to
understanding the concept. Through a series of examples, the author challenges us to think about what it truly
means to take responsibility for our actions and to seek forgiveness when we have wronged others. This is a
must-read for anyone looking to deepen their understanding of these important topics.
Even art, which is often seen as a way to preserve and immortalize something, is subject to the passage of time
and may eventually lose its relevance or significance. Nothing lasts forever, not even our art. Time renders all
Pain can cloud one’s judgment and make it difficult to think clearly. Once the pain is gone, one can think more
clearly and make wiser decisions.
Pain can be a distraction from what is truly important. Once the pain is gone, one can focus on what truly matters
and gain wisdom.
Do you feel like a failure because of what happened in your life? Whether it’s a divorce, a job loss, or something
else, you don’t have to grade yourself based on your circumstances. Life is not a test that you can pass or fail.
Learn how to stop judging yourself based on your life events, such as divorce or job loss, and start living more
What is wisdom and why does it matter? A thought-provoking essay that challenges the conventional notions of
wisdom and offers a fresh perspective on how to cultivate wisdom as a skill.