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Fromm Me To You - Part 02

One of the main sources of strife between us humans comes from holding too tightly to our opinions; not being willing to hold them loosely when confronted with alternative perspectives. 218 more words

Faith And Spirituality

Fromm Me To You - Part 01

I’ve been reading “To Have or To Be?” by Erich Fromm. His insights into human nature and behavior, education, raising children, faith, morality, greed, prosperity—to name only a few—are among the most poignant and thought provoking I’ve read in a long time. 379 more words

Faith And Spirituality

The Magic Of Wonder

While reading Loren Eiseley’s The Unexpected Universe, I came across this line, “But, as scientists, we have sometimes forgotten that inward journey . . . 1,815 more words

Alone.

After a good fifteen minutes of bawling my eyes out in the car, I finally got up the courage to start moving my stuff into my storage unit. 668 more words

Aloneness

Objects of Devotion in Stoicism

Erich Fromm

When one’s own rationality is obscured, it is hard to turn to a system of thought such as Stoicism, which prizes human reason and logic as the means of rising above adversity. 930 more words

Rationality

Reading in progress - September 2017

This September I’m in the middle of reading more than a few books. I’m trying to motivate myself to read more often. Therefore I picked more books than usual. 324 more words

Monthly Reading Review