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Fairness rewards your brain

The Neuroscience of Fairness and Injustice

Humans are inherently social beings. We care not only about material and financial rewards, but also about social status, belonging, and respect. 97 more words

Behavioral Economics

Dark age

This aching feeling of regret

replacement and doubt

yet again another classic love story

that will surely end in a drought 


Beauty that took so long…

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Where does happiness happen?

Where is the love? asked Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway back in 1972 (and The Black-Eyed Peas in 2009). It’s really a complaint — you offered me love but it never came. 1,126 more words


My Little Nest

My Little Nest – a small little world where I stay with my family and sometimes alone wondering what next to do. The Nest is full of imperfections but still it is built carefully by my family and then i to contributed so it is in some form nevertheless else I would have been in a bigger nest o world with no roofs enjoying the sky, sun, ice, snow and rain showering on me at regulr intervals. 316 more words

How full is your glass?

Whether the glass is half full or empty is irrelevant,
what matters is how much is left in the bottle.


I saw this on a cafe A-frame yesterday and thought ‘how cute!’ Then, it struck me as oddly profound. 79 more words

Living Fully


The linoleum rigid beneath my naked toes
bears little condolence in the long run.
For I require more than presence
to ease my jumbled mind. 168 more words

Random Writing

In our digital world, are young people losing the ability to read emotions?

Stuart Wolpert | August 21, 2014

Children’s social skills may be declining as they have less time for face-to-face interaction due to their increased use of digital media, according to a UCLA psychology study. 759 more words

Behavior Modification