For a while I’ve thought about trying to begin identifying and isolating my own theory of yogic philosophy, and I think now I might be ready to take the first step in that direction. 1,788 more words
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“Everyone is capable of his own peculiar heroism. He may not recognize it under that imposing title, for he is merely doing what his instincts tell him he must do to set his life straight; yet it is, in fact, so great a heroism that his neighbor, living out his own unrecognizable heroism, is awestricken at the other man’s courage: and that is what holds the world together.” 10 more words
…and why all soldiers, including Israeli soldiers, wear uniforms: To become more ruthless.
Philip Zimbardo, the leader of the notorious 1971 Stanford Prison Experiment, describes it thus in his TED talk “What Makes People Go Wrong”, about the psychology of evil. 336 more words