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Lies and deception transcend the internet

It’s bad enough trusting the information you see on the internet, but when the last bastions of integrity begin to fall, where do you turn? The answer apparently is: Nowhere! 302 more words


The Skill of Restraint

“The steadfastness of sages is merely the skill to keep their agitation locked up in their heart.”
– François Duc De La Rouchefoucald (trans. Stanley Applebaum) 428 more words

Discoveries From Learning

To Study or Not to Study (No Question)

To study, by dictionary.com’s explanation, is to apply oneself to the acquisition of knowledge, as by reading, investigation, practice, or reflection.

I made the recent decision to, as my kids jump into another year of school, devote time and energy to some independent study for myself. 278 more words

Blog Posts

Mental Health Matters!

- Harshita Gupta

Every year 12th August is celebrated as the International Youth Day (IYD) at the United Nations Headquarters and at UN agencies around the world as a means of raising awareness of issues affecting young people around the world. 779 more words

Psychology Around Us

Things I love Vol.1

Since I am studying Psychology, you can guess that I’ve always been intrigued with how the mind works. Everyday actions like seeing, reading, calculating math and so many more might be something natural and just happening for us. 198 more words


Tip-toeing towards the question ‘What is consciousness?’

I do not know what ‘it’ is. No one does, quite yet.

Robin Carhart-Harris (PhD) and Professor David Nutt are both from Imperial College London and are very much interested in answering that question. 2,042 more words

Happiness Study Draws Frowns from Critics

By Sharon Begley
NEW YORK (Reuters) – A high-profile 2013 study that concluded that different kinds of happiness are associated with dramatically different patterns of gene activity is fatally flawed, according to an analysis published on Monday which tore into its target with… … 6 more words