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Asking the wrong question

Philosophers often get ridiculed because they are constantly asking questions, as if there is something inherently wrong with actively inquiring about life. Often, it is not the questions themselves that cause issue, rather it is the substance of the questions that cause much discomfort because they cause the person on the receiving end of the interrogation to ask questions of themselves, questions which often require uncomfortable answers. 299 more words

Philosophy

Give a Man a Fish...

The proverb “Give a man a fish feed him for a day, teach a man to fish feed him for a lifetime” is a great example of why many programs around the world do not work. 99 more words

Tradition

Six-Month Pregnant Woman is the Latest Victim of the “Knockout Game”


“By now, most Americans are familiar with the horrific Knockout Game, a creepy “sport” where people prey on random unsuspencting citizens and attempt to know them out with one sucker punch. 50 more words

Morality

Appearances and character

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DAILY DEVOTIONAL – Thursday, August 21, 2014

Here is an email that my husband send me, and I’d like to share it with everyone: 1,010 more words

Guidance

Psychopathy and Aesthetic Sensitivity

If artists hold out some hope of freeing the world from the deleterious effects of the presence of powerful psychopaths, especially the psychopaths in charge, are we sure that psychopaths aren’t among the artists?  3,384 more words

“Respect for ourselves guides our morals; respect for others guides our manners.” ―Laurence Sterne

Quotes

We no longer know how to love others.

I have recently been blessed with the opportunity to travel across America and visit so many people in small town communities making big world changes with their everyday acts of compassion towards others. 602 more words

The Uprising Gentleman