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Ayn Rand : "highest moral purpose of a man is the achievement of his own happiness

Q: Ayn, to begin with, I wonder if I can ask you to capsulize… I know this is difficult… Can I ask you to capsulize your philosophy? 283 more words

Every Soul Needs Acceptance

“Every soul needs approval, appreciation and acceptance” (source unknown)

Every individual has a unique way to be at peace with themselves. Some have discovered and some exploring. 394 more words

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Book Recommendation and a Story, Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End

Vigor Is Fleeting – A Story And a Book with Purpose

It’s hard to pick a favorite story (all true) from Atul Gawande’s Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End… 1,915 more words

Play It Like Picasso!

Pablo Ruiz y Picasso, was a Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist, stage designer, poet and playwright who spent most of his adult life in France. Picasso is an idol, one of those rare creatures who act as crucibles in which the diverse and often chaotic phenomena of culture are focussed, who seem to body forth the artistic life of their age in one person. 128 more words

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Wednesdays


C: I forgot my cell at home again :(

A: You know it is good that you forget your phone. Shows that you are not attached to your phone unlike me. 823 more words

Quick Post: Our Hearts Are Restless

“You have made us for yourself,

O Lord,

and our hearts are restless

until they rest in you.”

-St. Augustine of Hippo

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What is The Purpose of Life?

The question itself is contextually inaccurate. Life as it is, is centralized on us being humans. Therefore, it is appropriate to rephrase the question: “What is our Purpose?” Or better yet, we can ask “What is our purpose in life?” Some are clueless, some take it for granted, some are fanatics and fundamentalist, some are just too practical. 151 more words

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