What is intellectualization?
By: Steve Marshall
Intellectualising and philosophizing too much, or even just thinking about something too much, and not acting from complete love in any situation is usually related in some way to our fears. It is a sort of a defence mechanism being constructed by our ego to...
Shopping the blues away
By: Gabrielle Schrader
Dozens of people everyday shop their blues away. They walk down aisles looking at window displays or browse through the racks at their favorite stores. Some visit malls and shopping centers they've never been to before. Just take a look at the recent movie release...
Are people with a vivid imagination ... crazy?
By: Kris Kennedy
Vivid Imagination Many say intelligence and sanity lay close together, but does not creativity require imagination. If you cannot imagine it, you cannot make it so. Art Requires ImaginationThe art medium of this generation is the motion picture or visual arts. All this comes from...
The positive effects of learning music
By: Peter Scott
Music is known as an international language - it can be understood by everyone of any age. Since it can exist at different levels of understanding, it is ideal for a wide range of people, young and old. It encourages teamwork, counting, co-ordination and listening...
How to stop being so defensive
By: Cody Hodge
How can you stop being so defensive? Being defensive is actually a good thing sometimes, and every so often you have to be able to stand up for yourself. However, if you are always responding defensively to a question, or always feel like people are...
Why do some people have an alter ego?
By: Cody Hodge
I'm sure we have all seen a few superhero movies in our time. While Batman and Superman fly around and stop crime, they also have a day job too. While I wouldn't mind being Bruce Wayne even without the ability to turn into Batman, would...
By: Cody Hodge
Why are some people afraid of storms? When you really sit back and think about it, storms can be kind of scary. Lots of noise, the flashes of lightning, and the wind can really create quite a frenzy. When I was younger I used to...
By: Pamela A Mertz
My cheese keeps moving and I don't like it. I get used to my cheese being in a certain place and that's where I expect it to be when I look for cheese. Change is an inevitable part of life, but still, most of...
Book reviews: The Future of an Illusion, by Sigmund Freud
By: Regan Payne
On a planet that seems fated to destroy itself one way or the other, the passion, manipulation and sometime fanaticism amongst religious communities seems as likely as any suspect to be the final nail drilled into an already tightly sealed-off coffin. Take that global...
Intelligence: Where it comes from and how you can develop it
By: Simonne Liberty
Intelligence in the heart. Some people have brains that are like chips in a computer. They have photographic memories and never forget a thing. What they see, read, or hear, is tattooed in their minds forever. They could compete on "Jeopardy," the television game...

 

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