Provided by Cyril Joseph from Narrative Of The Restless I do not have their best interests at heart, neither do I yours or my own. If I did, this would be a narrative of love and hope, or a narrative that would let you revel in the matrix. And I wouldn’t be the messenger of everything bleak, killing your dreams of buying happiness from conglomerates … Continue reading Prisoner To Product
Provided by Jacob Williams from FACELIFEBOOK Are you mentally down or anxious about your future? Or filled with negativity? This post includes the exact way to become a positive thinker to bring the positivity to your life. Majority of the people have no confidence in what they are doing. They just always think about the negativity. For an example, assume a person tries to start … Continue reading How to become a positive thinker [Step by Step Guide]
Provided by Mercedes Lopez-Raul from Visit Talithia “Be authentic,” they say. “Be true to yourself,” the wise ones counsel. “But be like us,” you hear. “Don’t stand out,” they reinforce with every action. “We fear your crazy wildness,” say their outraged faces. “Fit into a box where we can label you.” My normal My normal is not your normal. I want you to be free to … Continue reading Embracing my normal
Provided by Quynh Vo from Unbound Wallflowers When I ask this question to those people around me, they reply with either “What is it?” or “You mean my hobbies?” It is hard to see one who knows exactly what he wants to do with his life and devotes all of his energy to it. You can ask your surroundings to see if one can come … Continue reading Do you know your Why?
Provided by MyStori from Believing & Learning If you went back and read just what I have done on this blog, especially early. The main theme was inexplicably getting back to where I believed in God. It’s been something on my list of things for a while and is one of my new year’s resolutions this year. However, to be clear the me that wrote … Continue reading Learning to Be Skeptical
Provided by Betul Erbasi from betulerbasi.com Hey, it is me, Betul (betulerbasi.com)! I am here again to talk about something about languages. This time, let’s talk about language change! Let’s start this time with a guessing game this time. Guess which word the following pronunciation forms stand for (this is called phonetic transcription and we use brackets for it). If you get 8 out of … Continue reading A Language Constant: Change
Provided by Philosophy through Photography *originally posted on Philosophy through Photography The tongue is a fantastic organ! You Use it for speech, taste and decorative/culture ( tongue piercing). It’s a strong arsenal in your body. Tongue is a blessing and also your nemesis. It can make the difference between life & death, joy & sorrow. Can make or break the relationship. Can sooth you or … Continue reading Tongue-tasteic!
Provided by CP from Papagni Pages I’ve been on an honesty kick for a long time and it doesn’t always work for me. Up against a wall You hear a lot about gay people “coming out” these days. There are many incredible stories; each unique and compelling. Mine is no different — act straight, marry, keep it from the boss, tell your sister first; … Continue reading I Was Taught to Keep it All Inside
Provided by Ramon Colon from http://www.zerowastedude.com The topic of business cards as a minimalist and as a person trying to reduce my waste is one that I struggle a lot. Every time someone offers me a business card I go on this immediate pointless overthinking state of mind in which I battle myself against accepting or rejecting the printed business card. If I accept a … Continue reading Business Cards – Pointless Overthinking
Provided by Scherezade Ozwulo from Scherezade’s Labyrinth *originally posted on Scherezade’s Labyrinth* You ever had a not so often mentioned concept become a hot topic once one person brings it up? Or The Universe has a topic it wants to have discussed because maybe, it needs to be addressed and it’s seen or heard relentless from just about everybody or everywhere? This is … Continue reading Is It Worth The Risk?
Provided by Betul Erbasi from betulerbasi.com How are you? English Wie geht es dir? German Nasılsın? Turkish كيف حالك Arabic 你好嗎? Mandarin お元気ですか？ Japanese The phrases in the set above mean the same thing in different languages. They look fairly different, right? I would not think that these languages could share anything at all. Well, hint hint, some people disagree. On top of that, take … Continue reading UNIVERSAL GRAMMAR, SAY WHAT?!
Provided by Scherezade Ozwulo from The Introverted Christian *originally posted on The Introverted Christian* Watching Dr. Oz, eating my French toast sticks, a flash of a preview for his next show centered around real life mean girls comes on. Seeing the images of girls fighting like their in the Octagon or the victim laying out unconscious is scary. Just straight scary.😨😨 As … Continue reading The Year(s) of Lord of the Flies
Provided by Ramon from Zero Waste Dude As you guys/gals might know I am in an amazing journey to reduce my personal waste. I took my kid to a local park, the park itself is like a mini reserve in an urban area with heavy traffic, many billboards, and everything else that make a great city great. However, the park itself is peaceful, and … Continue reading Pointless Overthinking over one plastic bag?
Provided by Brandi from Afrologik One thing that has been consistent over the decades is that people are always on some kind of trip. Be it political, religious, or health (to name a few), we are all on a journey for truth and a better life. I wouldn’t go so far as to call these concepts fads or trends, because there are many … Continue reading Finding Yourself Without Losing Yourself: The Art of Being True To Oneself
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 vs. Support According to the website personalitygrowth.com, each personality … Continue reading What Kind of Walls Do You Put Up?
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 stated as cleaning your room. “So can you even … Continue reading How To Change The World
Provided by William Darnell Sr. (Bill) from I Got A Dream In Mind No one said that stopping treatment was going to be so hard… I met with my doctor recently, and was done with therapy for lymphoma for close to a year and five months now. I hadn’t been feeling well, and I had no symptoms of cancer, nothing that made me … Continue reading Life after Cancer that they don’t prep you for
Provided by Brandi from Afrologik A lot of our “grown up” time on this planet is spent doing what we “have to do“. Working, paying bills, spending our time and energy on people and things that we probably wouldn’t choose on our own, but it’s what has to be done (adulting sucks!). If we are not careful, we can allow that tolerance of things … Continue reading Enter The Good Vibes Zone
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 and he will roll into the water and die drowned. … Continue reading The Boy with the Flute
Provided by shreyosidey from Shreyosi’s blog Now that’s a word we use every now and then. I wanted to come to your party ‘but’……… ; I would have cracked the entrance exam ‘but’……; Its very important for me to wake up at 4:00 a.m. ‘but’…….; and many more. According to grammar, ‘but’ is a conjunction used to connect two sentences or phrases. We spend our … Continue reading What the “BUT”