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Stop the Convicted Criminal Jorge Bergoglio!

Stop the Convicted Criminal Jorge Bergoglio!

Posted on March 29, 2015



For Crimes against Humanity, Child Trafficking, complicity in torture and murder in Argentina,  and presiding over a convicted criminal syndicate… 233 more words

The Now

Religious Freedom

The United States Constitution guarantees the free exercise of religion.  The Religious Freedom and Restoration Act of 1993, which passed Congress with nearly unanimous bipartisan support before being signed into law by President Clinton, endorses this constitutional guarantee.  289 more words

Human Behavior

Confirmation bias is everything in the working world

Here’s a good article from Fast Company, including this quote:

In a nutshell, people will interpret your current behavior in a way that makes it consistent with your past behavior, and they will tend to play down or completely ignore evidence that contradicts their existing opinion of you.

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Fundamental Explainers

T for Imagine, T for Time.

A strange fact is our life is what our thoughts make it. Strange yet true, perhaps its because a man doesn’t sees the imaginative cortex, a beauty of brain.For us to understand this,a simple effective example is  looking  at the the watch; the second denote. 725 more words


The Belief in the Reality of our Expectations

It wasn’t me, it had nothing to do with me and it wasn’t even what I wanted to do. I had to do what I did on behalf of the non existent entity called (government, institution, corporation) because that was what it demanded of me. 1,216 more words

Human Behavior

The one thing all confident people know

How are you supposed to be confident about something when you have nothing to feel confident about?

Like, how are you supposed to be confident at your new job if you’ve never done this type of work before? 976 more words