Prescription for a better life, better relationships, better business, better management, better thinking: study philosophy. The dictionary definition of Philosophy: phi·los·o·phy (fĭ-lŏs’ə-fē) pronunciation n., pl. -phies. 1. Love and pursuit of wisdom by intellectual means and moral self-discipline. 2. Investigation of the nature, causes, or principles of … [Read more...] about Why Study Philosophy?
For many of us here in 'the west' the Christian cross is a well-known symbol. Like me, I expect many people would be extremely surprised to discover that a brand symbol, around 100 years old, is more widely known than Christianity's symbol, upon which Jesus was reportedly crucified. Besides the obvious interest in this fact from a 'trivia perspective', it is … [Read more...] about How Well Known Is The Christian Cross?
When I was young I was rotten on the inside. Nasty, disgusting, hateful and more. Why? Partly because of poor parenting; especially so in the case of my father. I had severe mental health issues from which I have genuinely* (*I do not take mind altering drugs - 'happy pills' etc) recovered today; so much so that I even count mental health professionals and doctors among … [Read more...] about Are You Disgusting On The Inside? If So, There Is Hope
I love truth. In part, I love truth because it is reality. My opinion, your opinion are just that - opinions. Truth rocks. So much so it can often hurt. Our minds are so full of error; much of it deeply engrained into our subconscious minds. To the extent that we don't clear our subconscious, we will have truth issues, many of which we will be unaware … [Read more...] about Truth – Quotes and Commentary
Dr. Sharpe said, about miracles: It is difficulties that give birth to miracles. Life is difficult. Life sucks sometimes. Shit happens. Can you undo it? Sometimes, yes. A lot of the time, no. In those cases, we have no real choice then but to be positive. If we are not, we will only make things harder. A blunt somewhat tough truth. I had a shit start to … [Read more...] about Take A Different View On Difficulty