'Diversity' is the Kobayoshi-Maru of intellectual discourse.
Many of our issues regarding life arise from our attempts to apply meaning and intent to the world and events.
Emotion has two parts: the mental and the physiological. They are linked like two tennis balls linked together by a short rope. Where one leads the other follows. Physical manifestation of an emotion will lead to the rationalization of why we feel that way. Wanting to feel something will lead our body to manifest it.
The goal should be to be aware of what we a feeling and to truly understand why and if we want to feel it. Just because our bodies feel it doesn't mean we should.
There are many ways to view the universe. Each view has lessons, if we try to find them. Combining the lessons from the views allows us to create a better picture of the world around us.Read More
To stop being angry or frustrated, find the conflict between your expectations or desires and reality, and change either your expectations or reality. Remember, though, you can only change yourself, not others.Read More