Don’t lie to yourself

   Have you ever thought about how often you lie to yourself? Blasphemy, you might say. But is it? Whenever you say that tomorrow you’ll start something you feel a little good because you don’t need to start today, but when tomorrow comes, do you really start that thing? You’ll probably try to find some... Continue Reading →

What Kind of Walls Do You Put Up?

Provided by Scherezade Ozwulo from The Introverted Christian *originally posted on The Introverted Christian*    I came across this article, Do You Put Up Emotional Walls, Based on Your Personality Type – Personality Growth and it instantly got me thinking, do I erect foundation supports or do I build foundation structures to protect things inside? Protection... Continue Reading →

How To Change The World

Provided by MyStori from Believing & Learning    Reader, I have a specific question for you. Are you ready to change the world?   Jordan Peterson, a now widely known and respected “intellectual” doesn’t seem to think so. His ideology of the ability to change and even give advice to the world can be simply... Continue Reading →

Start Your Engines…Now

But First, Find Your Keys The only thing that we’re lacking, is a hard kick on our butts. It gets us started. No matter how hard the task is, the strength to handle it comes from facing it on-the-spot. But how is a face-off possible when we aren’t even showing our faces to the problem... Continue Reading →

Your Emotion is Your Energy

   Each action we make involves some energy, but where is all that energy coming from? You surely noticed that we feel more energized when we do certain actions compared with others even though no additional energy came in.    It seems that whenever we like something, we somehow find more energy to invest in... Continue Reading →

Growing Up Is Overrated

Provided by Troy Headrick from Thinker Boy: Blog & Art    A little more than three years ago, I left my teaching job at the American University in Cairo (AUC) and moved back to the United States, the place where I was born.  A clause in the contract I’d signed with AUC, way back when... Continue Reading →

The Boy with the Flute

Provided by Irina from copilariefericita    In a village in Egypt lived a poor boy, which had a slow mind and a slow body. His greatest joy was to take long walks along the shore of river Nile. He did this every day. His mother was afraid that one day the boy will fall asleep... Continue Reading →

Your Past vs Your Present

   How much time do you spend thinking about the past? Besides the obvious influence over your past self, how is it still influencing your present? When you think about your past, how do you feel?    The first and most important influence the past has over our present is from an emotional point of... Continue Reading →

That’s you! Before I could start to write, I and my mother had a little bit of argument. When it ended, I felt a bit discontented and not ready to write. I knew what was missing. I went outside and apologized to her for my mistake. (Please don’t ask what! 🤐) We had a healthy... Continue Reading →

Think

Provided by Anitha KC “The happiness of your life depends on the quality of your thoughts”. Marcus Aurelius    Does thinking leads to thoughts or thoughts trigger our thinking? However, we do think! Thinking is essential for us to sustain ourselves. But it is enough to think based on our needs rather than becoming a... Continue Reading →

I Am Willing To Trust Myself

Finally Today I was going through the Medium profiles and articles by famous writers. And I could see how their articles had spread like wildfire. They had great content that brought them immense attention and acknowledgment overnight. And now they are telling people how to increase their Medium viewership and stuff. Even I want that... Continue Reading →

Multitasking vs Quick Switch

   In society, multitasking is seen as the ability to do multiple things in the same time and as stephaniedanielsonauthor pointed out in a previous comment, employers are in a search for this skill because they think it’s effective even though studies show that it isn’t (Junco & Cotton, 2010 & 2012).    “Human multitasking... Continue Reading →

Influence is everywhere

   Most of how we are now has been acquired through our senses. Most of us had the right set of tools before we were even born, but then we were unleashed into this wild world. If you think about it, we experienced some sort of pain right from the first second we got here.... Continue Reading →

Time Is Money

Provided by Troy Headrick from Thinker Boy: Blog & Art *Troy Headrick is a thinker, writer, artist, educator, and adventurer who has lived in five countries.  He writes on a wide variety of subjects and has had work published in many print and online magazines, journals, newspapers, and blogs.  His autobiographical blog can be found... Continue Reading →

Hold On To Your Integrity

You lose your aims as fast as you make them I’ve seen many publications where they specify their writing goals and aims. The criteria for the articles they’ll be accepting and other stuff. But as pubs grow older, they stop bothering on what you’re submitting. (Good news for us! Trash em’ up!) The guidelines and criteria... Continue Reading →

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