By: Steve Marshall
Synchronicity is the recognition of the perfect love that is always working perfectly within your life, and within all of our lives. Everything happens, always connected together by this love. All is synchronic, and all is infinitely working together for love, within God's overall oneness...
Social trend: 'Quarter-life crisis' among young adult professionals
By: Dan Wakeham
16 years old. GCSE examinations. Pressure starts to mount. The exams are difficult and you don't see the point in some of the subjects, but you keep your head down and emerge with decent grades, more than enough to get you to your A-levels...
How to identify a chronic liar
By: Carolyn Tytler
A chronic liar is a person who lies out of habit. They lie about everything, important matters and minor matters; they are suffering from a mental disorder. They feel uncomfortable when telling the truth, but lying feels right and natural. They are sometimes referred to...
Understanding the state of consciousness
By: Adrianne Heep
At the beginning of the year, I had to answer difficult questions relating to the nature of consciousness. What is the relationship between the mind and the brain? Are the mind and body different kinds of substance—mental and physical—that exist independently? Or does...
Psychology: How to identify an impulsive personality
By: Carolyn Tytler
Most of us occasionally act on impulse and usually live to regret it. A person with an impulsive personality acts on impulse continually. It will land him or her in some pretty dreadful situations, and if you associate closely with someone with this personality disorder...
Where do our dreams come from?
By: Rena Sherwood
“Dreams are maps.” (Carl Sagan) Dreams have puzzled, terrified and inspired our species for thousands and perhaps millions of years. Over the eons, we have speculated that dreams were sent from the gods, from dead ancestors or were out of body journeys made...
By: Ted Sherman
The Many Talents of Mems the CatHe came into our lives one morning, and immediately showed his first talent. Mems the Cat could speak. Actually, he didn’t use words, but in cat language, he made everything clear.How did Mems adopt us? Mom was...
By: Unwirklich VinZant
It was a glorious Alaskan spring morning. The remnants of the winter glinted in the sun like diamonds lighting the way for the new life that blossomed all around. In a tiny cave in a small thicket in a vast forest our story begins. You...
By: Effie Moore Salem
Okay, so you want a bunny rabbit, and your mom and dad are not so sure they agree with your choice. They have asked me to give you more information about the habits of these delightful little creatures. Ready? Okay. First of all, let us...
By: Cathleene Filmore
Daisy dog was a little rat terrier that lived in our house not too many years ago. She was graceful and loyal as most rat terriers are with a little streak of impulsiveness running down her back in the form of one black spot. Every...

 

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