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Heavy Heart

With A Heavy Heart.

I Decide.

To End This World.

Before It Ends Me.

The Gift of a Choice

“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. 487 more words


On Giving and Receiving Advice in Difficult Situations

When we are faced with difficult situations where we are simply unable to make a decision on our own, we turn to those who know us best for advice, whether it be a friend or family member. 571 more words


George Boole and the AND OR NOT gates

One system of decision making – boolean logic – gates.

Mathematician George Boole died 150 years ago. Boolean logic, the system he invented, is still used in modern computer programming, writes Chris Stokel-Walker. 88 more words


Is precommitment the solution to the weakness of will?

The Ulysses Strategy

As the University of Chicago economist Richard Thaler tells the story, a group of fellow-graduate students in economics were at his house one night in the late nineteen-seventies, socializing before the dinner hour. 120 more words

Behavioral Economics

Tricky decisions, AMPER Trade Fair #9

From time to time managers have to supervise projects from departments they don’t belong to. This is always tricky situation, at the first place because people assigned to the project are not usually under direct control of a manager and secondly, because projects are usually focused on something else that is manager’s expertise. 364 more words

Event Management

To Change or Not to Change - An Artists Journey To Life: Day 660

Today I listened to the “Consciousness of a Lion” interview series on Eqafe and I am going to share about a some of the points that came up within me as I was listening to the interviews. 1,211 more words

Journey To Life