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Immanuel Kant, Jean-Jacques Rousseau and definition of Enlightenment

Immanuel Kant, Jean-Jacques Rousseau and definition of Enlightenment

Before jumping to the definition of Kant it is imperative to look what enlightenment means for a common man or to a student, who is at the initial stages of the subject. 785 more words

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There has been an unexpected zombie apocalypse where I live. It’s a pretty small place here so I think I’ll be fine, plus I can probably run fast enough to escape from any zombie. 84 more words


Realizing Life (Because it's Going to Happen, Whether You Realize it or Not)

“Wow, all of these people are listening to me”.

That’s the startlingly intelligent thought I had yesterday while giving a speech to 150 students at a conference I helped organize at my school. 262 more words

Rumi Moment of the Week -- Living as though the Truth were True

What if we believed all of the wonderful things the sages have told us about ourselves?

“You are altogether beautiful, my love; there is no flaw in you.” — Song of Solomon… 260 more words



One is an extremely large and amazing concept. It may be the most important One. One by One, One-on-One, One Way, One Day. . . 357 more words


Smell the Roses

Clarity, with which our entire lives are put into perspective. It comes at the oddest, best, or the worst of times. But it comes. And in its wake we, the observers, are left with a sense of awe and understanding. 467 more words


Procrastinate and Impulse Write

I can’t stand to go another day without writing. I told myself when I started this blog that I would write twice a week. I’ve broken that unofficial promise both weeks since its’ conception. 660 more words