By: avante guardian
It is said and for the most part believed that we ,as individuals feel or experience similar events in a unique way. Yet in grief we share a pain that is so profound it MUST be unique yet we can empathize with others without going...
By: -Rakuyou Mitsukai-
"Oneness," is a concept believed in Buddhism as the unison of the body and the mind. The Buddhist thinking suggests that achieving this harmonious balance will help them to achieve Enlightenment. What is interesting is that everyone seeks their own consistencies as well. While...
By: Melvin Richardson
When ever you find yourself worrying it is always a good idea to find out the cause of your worrying. Once you find out the source you want to take actions to alleviate the worrying by trying your best to wipe out the source. Maybe...
By: Jason Kerchner
Often, we are taught that self-confidence can be built by focusing on how we walk, talk, shake hands, and make eye contact. But these are only outward signs of confidence, and they can be faked. The answer to obtaining real self-confidence is to practice self-efficacy...
By: Franz Fleckenstein
Although I never lived in the shoes or the era of my parents I truly believe that even through all the turmoil and issues that their era experienced, the overall value and way of life was much better. It seems to me that my generation...
By: Elaine Sihera
7 ATTRIBUTES OF THE TRULY CONFIDENT PERSON: A lot of people might believe they are confident, depending on how they feel on any given day. But confidence is not a fleeting thing that is here today and takes a holiday tomorrow. Confidence is all pervasive...
By: Steve Marshall
Everyone of us has an ego, and we all experience the actions of our ego in our lives. In this article, I will discuss the ego from a personal experience, and then relate it back to the way we can understand our ego, and so...
By: Angela S. Young
Is Racism really a matter of hypocrisy? In the sense in which racism is confused with prejudice, maybe. All of us are prejudiced against some things, whether we admit it or not. Racism however, is more than prejudice, it is prejudice that is acted upon...
Assessment: Civilization and its Discontents, by Sigmund Freud
By: Heather Bond
Civilized Discontents a la FreudIntroductionFreud argues that our relationship to ourselves is crucial to being ethical. He points out that as part of an individual's development, one must better understand the ethics of their environment. He compares the similarities of an individual's development with the...
By: Heather Bond
"There is an old adage that failure is an orphan but success has many parents" (Walker 2001:5). All individuals must be taught right form wrong as they are growing up; unfortunately not every individual has that chance. Webster defines rehabilitation as "To restore to...

 

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