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When is a problem not a problem?

Being, as I am, quite a philosophical person, I hold a number of views about certain aspects of life. One of those things is adversity. In a nutshell, I believe that: 407 more words


Table of Contents & Introduction

Part I: Nonfiction & Workbooks

Section I. The Self, Selves & Subjectivity

1. Subjectivity: What it is and What it Does 21…

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"What is Art?" Tolstoy

“If a man is infected by the author’s condition of soul, if he feels this emotion and this union with others, then the object which has effected this is art; but if there be no such infection, if there be not this union with the author and with others who are moved by the same work – then it is not art. 470 more words

Series on Love IV---Benedict de Spinoza, Ethics

“Love is nothing but joy accompanied with the idea of an external cause.”

Spinoza is unclear about his belief in God. He doesn’t actually deny his existence, but he is critical of many traditional understands about God. 504 more words

What if...

What if I am not who I think I am?

What if all this time I was just dreaming
and one day wake up in true life.  314 more words


Obsession vs. Dedication

Obsession and dedication are two ways to get results, but only one of them offers any kind of freedom. Filling the gaps between what we want and what we have or where we want to be and where we are with more thoughts, more focus, or more concentration often seems like the only option. 527 more words


All in

Wherever you go, go with all your heart.

– Confucius (again)