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A classic children's novel questions the central tenant of transhumanism.
Even geniuses can't always see where human ingenuity will take them.
When faced with a challenge, most of us have received advice to “just be yourself.” Those offering advice have good intentions, but are rather misled.
All I saw were villains, saying predictable things and unwilling to learn and change.
For their unorthodox views, some physicians are being treated as medical heretics. Google’s search engine algorithm has essentially ended traffic to their websites.
If you don’t have the life you want, Kor might counsel, don’t double-down on mistaken ideas about life. Don’t rehearse your blaming thoughts keeping painful wounds open.
While admitting the incident was innocent, Runge claimed the fishing knot “has affected the entire community, and many experienced intense emotional reactions.”
The sober curious are challenging the belief you need alcohol as a social lubricant.
Rose Wilder Lane offered this warning: “Wherever tyranny is strongest…attacks upon the Jew are most mercilessly atrocious.”
We may laugh at Ocasio-Cortez’s boundless hubris, but let’s learn from history.
A mindset of “despair springs eternal” can create our destiny. And as more people embrace socialism, the more likely we will no longer live under the blessings of capitalism, creating a self-fulfilling prophecy.
How do we overcome our need to make our story cohere with our preexisting biases?
Why did so many become addicted to distraction?
As we let go of outrage, we are not only more forgiving of others but also more forgiving of ourselves.
Time seems to go faster as we age. When we were children, the school year and then the summer seemed to stretch forever. As adults, we wonder where the time went.
Who among us has not suffered discouragement, doubt, or sadness?
From the comfort of our armchair, The Office shows us what we see in others, we can see in ourselves.
If you set out to get rid of your negative thinking, you are destined for failure.
People may spend their lives seeking permanent solutions to ease feelings of stress in their lives. Such solutions may seem tantalizingly close; in reality, they are out of reach.
The self-proclaimed woke are fast asleep, but you don’t have to be.
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