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Some remarks on a theory of general naivety

Nobody likes to be naive. One can live with the fact that there are things one doesn’t know. But to be naive, that is painful. As the result most people will vehemently deny any insinuation that they themselves might be a bit naive when it comes to certain aspects of life. 1,229 more words

Ik-woord of ik word?

Mijn boekenkast staat er vol mee: geschriften over ik. Het begint met dwepende romanfiguren, breidt zich uit naar filosofie en wordt aangevuld met self help literatuur. 507 more words


Human nature

A lot of people seem to think that because they see a substantial amount of bad news, the present is worse than the past. (Of course there have been people saying that in every generation.) And “I’m losing my faith in humanity” is a common sentiment. 540 more words


When Little Kids Tell You Their Secrets

Greetings! I hope your week is going well. :)

I’m feeling very privileged because my grandchildren like to pull me into their rooms, post a crayon-scrawled “Do not desterb” sign on their door and then tell me their secrets. 313 more words

Human Nature


The only thing that a man lives for in this world, is satisfaction. All other things come after it.

A man maybe a great saint or a slumdog millionaire, he does everything for his own satisfaction. 134 more words



13th Sunday after Pentecost: Exodus 12:1-14; Psalm 149; Romans 13:8-14; Matthew 18:15-20

“If another member of the church sins against you, go and point out the fault when the two of you are alone.   733 more words


    It is surprising to see how many people have the fear to express their own thoughts in front of some people just because they are afraid of what they would take in and what would understand.  221 more words

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