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The Third 'I' (5a/5): the power of silence

The sequence of posts reviewing Karen Wilson’s book on the power of meditation seemed to make this a good time to republish some related posts of my own from the recent past. 1,667 more words

Bahá'í Faith

The Third 'I' (3/5): the wisdom of dreams (b)

The sequence of posts reviewing Karen Wilson’s book on the power of meditation seemed to make this a good time to republish some related posts of my own from the recent past. 2,800 more words

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Socio-commentary, con't

Two more books down, many many more to go, as usual.

The Paradox of Choice: Why More Is Less | There are probably at least 1000 books that cite… 778 more words

Books

More and More Little Wins

Since I read Nudge by Richard Thaler a few years back, I’ve been happily surprised how quickly the idea of “nudges” is spreading around the world. 443 more words

Health

9 Marketing Books That Would Make Great Gifts

Books make great gifts. They’re easy to wrap. You don’t have to worry about peanut allergies or gluten intolerance. And the best of them can have a long-lasting impact – the gift that does, in fact, keep on giving. 503 more words

Anne Janzer

Hope springs eternal - how absurd is that?

      Since I find Camus’ absurdist approach to the subject of happiness very compelling   (this blog, 17 and 29 May 2014), it’s not at all surprising that I  should  have really enjoyed a play by one of   the great exponents of the Theatre of the Absurd, Eugene Ionesco. 806 more words

Albert Camus

The Third 'I' (2/5): Kahneman Revisited - the three 'I's

The sequence of posts reviewing Karen Wilson’s book on the power of meditation seemed to make this a good time to republish some related posts of my own from the recent past. 1,722 more words

Book Reviews