By: Brett Ernde
How many people do you know that has been a subject of racism? How many of those accused have then turned around and spouted off at the mouth about another person due to their color or upbringing? Speaking for myself I have seen plenty more...
By: MysticRivers
In recent years there has been much new information gleaned regarding personality and innate temperament. One such fascinating trait which has garnered much attention of late, is that of the highly sensitive personanlity, or HSP. In the groundbreaking book by Dr. Elaine Aron, aptly titled...
By: G E Barr
One way of determining your I.Q. would be testing what you do and do not believe. Take for example, the benchmarks being given to the state of Oklahoma. Nothing is important except test scores in core subjects. Facts and figures only. Using myself as...
By: Aleister Pinkbelly
Ancient Race of Christian Man Discovered Evolution Debunked?A group of Christian scientists triumphantly announced their discovery of archaeological evidence that could disprove the theory of evolution once and for all during a news conference at the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky yesterday.Although careful...
Will Written Text Survive as a Communication Medium
By: J. Justin Pearce
Written text will die only when there is no one left to write it,or when we no longer wish to progress as a society.Here's a few examples why... not only for obvious reasons of communication, but for the Arts and ultimately the progress...
By: Adam Bacon
Introverts and relationshipsHi I'm Adam, and I am an Introvert.Introverts have been described as "A shy person who tends not to socialize much," or "somebody whose feelings and thoughts are directed inward."The first of these definitions points to the idea that we...
By: Bridget Webber
The act of belittling another has the purpose of lowering that persons self esteem, whilst temporarily heightening that of the offender. In reality people who belittle others tend to already have a rather low self esteem which is why they attempt to fix it by...
By: Rebecca Ashby
What is the function of physical pain? Have you ever noticed that those mental emotional issues that you thought were so important in your life seem to pale when confronted with the wrenching relentless sensation of constant nagging physical pain? And so the question becomes...
By: Steve Marshall
I had an interesting discussion with my counsellor about control over our anger and it went something like this.Names of course have been changed in this rendition of our conversation.George my counsellor: "Can we control our anger? This question can be thrown back...
By: Jess Howe
Most of us have heard of The Seven Wonders of the World. The reason they're "Wonders" is just that: these structures are truly amazing. The Hanging Gardens, for instance, were built around 600 B.C. According to the historian Diodorus, they were built on terraces...

 

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