Lying and stubbornness and pride.
All of them go hand and hand.
You have pride, but when you’re wrong your pride keeps you from admitting you’re wrong making you stubborn, so you lie in an attempt to convince people you are right. 283 more words
by A.E. Malmer © 2015
Maybe it’s time to re-read Brave New World by Aldous Huxley.
I bring this up because Huxley’s 1931 book posited a future where vast numbers of poorly paid workers ended up in placid stupors in a planned, hallucinogenic drug-soaked worker hive. 799 more words
“He was a very nasty man…” explained my school history teacher when describing one of the most notorious dictators of the 20th Century. This was my introduction to Josef Stalin and it was the beginning of a lifelong interest in Russian history. 296 more words
Author’s Note: This is the part eight of my travel in Northern and Central Europe last December 2013
Warsaw: The Ever Invincible City
I continue my journey in Polska with my friend Beata after two days days in Krakow. 665 more words