We all play a role in life. Oftentimes that role changes as we grow and develop. Sometimes we get fixated on a particular role and – in those cases – become a bore. Psychologists call it “ego identification” or “ego-identity.” What parts or forces of the personality and our outer activities do we identify with?… Read More Games People Play or What Role Do You Play?
A lot of us feel misunderstood. Some of us feel hard done by. Society just doesn’t get us. Our friends and family don’t get us. Our priests and rabbis don’t get us. Our shrinks don’t get us. Our partners don’t get us. Our boss… our teacher… The list goes on… I know that I certainly… Read More A Recipe For Peace
Mick Jagger (Sir Michael Phillip “Mick” Jagger 1943- ) is a British Granddad and former bad boy of Rock and Roll. We often think of Jagger and Keith Richards writing a string of hits for the highly successful band, The Rolling Stones. But the late Brian Jones, often hailed as a genius, was instrumental in… Read More Mick Jagger – Cool or cruel?
Everybody is talking about racism right now, and rightly so. But there are many other discriminatory tropes that pass by unnoticed in today’s world. Caricatures and ideas that really hurt a good percentage of the population. So I thought I’d examine one of these through Google Images. All of these images are linked to the… Read More More thought-provoking images about a prevalent cultural bias that almost nobody talks about
By Monique Meditation can be practiced by anyone out there because it is simple and inexpensive since it doesn’t call for any special equipment. It is also possible to meditate in wherever you are currently; be it the office, the bedroom or the bus. In the simplest terms possible, meditation can be explained as a… Read More Meditation, Important Facts to Consider
By Wee Dilts ‘The Little Engine That Could.’ is one of those marvelous children’s stories that stays with you. I’m 74 years old and still, to this day, when faced with difficulties, I often find myself remembering a picture of the little engine chugging down the mountain saying, ‘I knew I could, I knew I could.’… Read More The Little Engine That Could
Claire Foy proves to be a versatile actor. From Queen Elizabeth II to a psychiatric patient. Unsane: how film's portrayal of mental illness is (slowly) improving | Film | The Guardian https://t.co/LNHOXWlWmi — earthpages.org (@earthpages) March 23, 2018 Claire Foy and others at RTS The Promise event March 2011 – Wikipedia Related articles Netflix’s ‘The… Read More Unsane: how film’s portrayal of mental illness is (slowly) improving
I’m using a really old computer tonight, waiting for more RAM to come in the mail. Rather than carry my newer laptop up and downstairs all the time (which has plenty of RAM), I thought I’d just copy a quote from Today’s Top Tweet instead of using highly.co (which really only works with a half-decent… Read More Today’s Top Tweet – Armchair psychologists doing more harm than good?
Variety is the spice of life. Instead of Today’s Top Tweet we’ll look at Today’s Punchiest Pin. David Bowie passed just over a year ago. I didn’t mark the day because, well, I busy doing other stuff. But I knew it was either coming up, around, or had just passed by. This morning I read… Read More Today’s Punchiest Pin – Close to the edge… but not over
My 7 highlights (39s summary of 2m story)https://t.co/NzeF5Mi8JB pic.twitter.com/zRcSxLGEHq — earthpages.org (@earthpages) December 10, 2016 This may seem a superficial story, lumping all religions together under the heading of “religion.” But it does make some distinctions.