By Ellen Jayne | Whether you believe in luck, fate, or other mysterious ways in which this world works, we've all experienced it. Something too coincidental to be accidental.
Hello Pointless Overthinkers. It's me, Kalliope! Did you miss me? Hmm, don't answer that, I'd rather you save your answers for the following morsels of munchable musings... you know they're a real treat, coming from the chief muse herself. LOL I want to you to define 'growing up.' Is it just submitting your inner self... Continue Reading →
Ladies and Gentlemen! I stand before you here in this P.O. Amphitheatre to posit a scenario for us to ponder. We are a social species that (for the most part) behaves in accordance with a set of unspoken rules and expectations. I present before you a hypothetical situation that requires your judgement. I encourage you... Continue Reading →
I came across an interesting experiment about how physical experiences affect our interactions with others. In 2008 Lawrence E. Williams and John A. Bargh found out in their study Experiencing Physical Warmth Promotes Interpersonal Warmth that something as simple as the temperature of a coffee can have an influence on us judging the others.... Continue Reading →