People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for freedom of thought, which they seldom use. ~Soren Kierkegaard~ The twenty-first century is seeing rapid advancements in technology and communication devices. We have emails, social media, news coverage, blogs, phones, video calls, and a myriad of ways to transfer expressions to each other. As the world … More Free Speech is Not Free of Consequence
[Theme: Psychology and Personal Development] An ‘oxymoron’ means two words that contradict each other. ‘Monogamy’ means two morons contradicting each other. ~Mikavelli~ ‘Monogamy’ is one of the oldest forms of human conditioning. Perhaps at one point in history, the concept of ‘monogamy’ was invented to keep women from becoming jealous over male desire, or designed … More Here’s an Oxymoron: Monogamy
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Be responsible. “Problems” exist all around us, but when noticed, it is our duty to find solutions rather than wallow in the atrocities of said problem. There are many people who enjoy challenges and have the courage to tackle personal problems like a bull. However, there is also the risk of impulsive and aggressive behaviour as … More Problems and Solutions
(*Disclaimer: This one is a bit paradoxical, on the theme of “Crossroads”) We live in a world of information, competition, and perceived freedom. It is true that since the perpetuation and expansion of what one generation calls the Internet, and the rising generation calls “Social Media”, information has been at our fingertips by choice. The … More Mind Over Matter is Truly the New Matter
It’s time to state the obvious: we’re all human. Some people are loud. Some people are quiet. Some people are energetic, others need more time to recharge. Some are cognitive, some are emotional, and others are spiritual. Some come from patriarchic cultures, others from matriarchic ones; some from expressive languages, others from passives ones. All … More There’s a Time and Place for Everything
Language itself is one of the greatest foundations of society. The structure of society often reflects the structure of the language and syntax. Foucault argues that sociologically, language determines how society forms itself based on the chosen words a legal or political system uses to communicate with the general populous. Lukaszewski argues that positive words … More The Hypnosis of Language