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Friends, Love and Other Things

I had a Freedom Friday post dedicated to Black Friday scheduled for today, but I felt the need to push it forward a week so I could write about something else that’s been on my mind. 504 more words

Freedom Friday

Always Remember What Happiness is Please!

Going back to the ancient Greeks, they defined happiness as ‘the joy that we feel growing towards our potentials.’ That gives one the ability to feel joy when things are tough, let alone when things are going well for you/us. 115 more words

Don Lichterman

Why I Love Transformation (and Sailing Ships!)

Transformation is about profound change. Peter Drucker predicted that by 2020 a new world – completely different form our grandparents’ reality – would exist. Drucker, father of modern management, explained… 436 more words


Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.


Quote Of The Day

One of the most celebrated frescoes of Raphael is found in the Vatican and depicts the so-called “School of Athens”. Plato and Aristotle are in the centre.

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The Dove

Review: Sophrosyne by Marianne Apostolides

Title: Sophrosyne

Author: Marianne Apostolides

Published by: BookThug

Publication Date: September 2014

ISBN: 9781771660501

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Sophrosyne is one of only four virtues identified by Socrates – four traits which, if lived deeply, define who we are as human beings.

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