Mind and The Radio Analogy

I happened to read an interesting piece of philosophy. As the time passed by with the dawn of the spring, it turned into an analogy between the mechanistic view and radio. Yep, a radio from the era gone by. To the younger generations who have been deprived of the charm of a radio, it is […] […]

Establishing Love With an Imperfect Partner

“Love doesn’t need to be perfect. It just needs to be true.” Unknown The prevailing ideal of perfect love is a major obstacle to establishing enduring, profound love. Finding meaning in an imperfect world “If you look for perfection, you’ll never be content.” Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina In his excellent book, Finding Meaning in an […] […]

This, is How I’m Passing Through the Days Now

Life after retirement…translated… As I exited the workforce, people are often concerned with me, asking, “How are you doing now?”, thinking on it, the accumulation of the pressures from work, all relieved, I’d stopped having migraines, stuffiness in the chest, diarrhea that often, I’m now able to sleep through the nights, how do you think […] […]

The Merry-Go-Round from Wellington Park-Life Hacks

Thursdays are my favorite days because I can always look forward to lunch at Ruth’s Diner; they have the best fries and even better milkshakes. The strawberry-chocolate is my favorite; it’s not on the menu, not on the secret menu either. The staff is just nice enough to make it for me, although the […] via […]

If — Fighting for a Future

“If you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you, If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, But make allowance for their doubting too; If you can wait and not be tired by waiting, Or being lied about, don’t deal in lies, Or being […] […]

Dream big, focus on transcendental thought

For most of us thought are random and automatic, but they are powerful, too. They seem to come from a certain depth in our being and influence our feelings and actions. We feel somewhat passive in relation to our thoughts as they can quickly change our mood for better or worse, alter the crucial decisions… via […]

Research suggests that everyone is not, in fact, hanging out without you

We humans can be an overconfident bunch. We tend to rate ourselves above average in categories from attractiveness to altruism to driving ability. But there is one area where this positive self-regard fails us, and that is when it comes to how we experience emotions. We consistently believe that other people are happier and more… via […]