An interesting view point from the theologian, Fulton J. Sheen: To a great extent, the level of any civilization is the level of it’s womanhood. When a man loves a woman, he has to become worthy of her. The higher her virtue, the more her character, the more devoted she is to truth, justice, goodness, … More For a man to be worthy of a woman
An anon on 4chan talks about the importance of self discipline, and how it relates to success and happiness. A must read: If somebody had told me what I’m about to tell you when I was a teenager, my life could have gone down a completely different path. Recently I received a message where I … More Discipline Yourself, For Discipline is the Root to Success and Happiness
One anon’s tale of a stranger he befriended in the computer game Team Fortress 2:
Can you image being this cat? Being inside your whole life, looking at the outside world through at best a window, and one day being able to actually go out? What a look on his face.
The expression on the cheetah’s face is priceless.
Recently I was discussing something related to Jeff Bezos and Amazon with other people when someone commented on his picture, which was available, “Why doesn’t he just fix his lazy eye? He’s got all that money”. This question prompted some philosophical introspection on my part. It’s clear in many of Bezos’ pictures that his eyes … More Jeff Bezos and his lazy eye
A while ago I made some posts on the topic of the importance of loving oneself, and made other comparisons between the Service to Self and Service to Others mentality. When a person has started to value themselves and to serve themselves first and foremost, there is a natural shift in their attitude that follows. … More Loving yourself means serving yourself
A while ago I had the chance to participate in a strange psychological experiment conducted by a young man. The premise of the experiment was simple. The test subjects are to look at 30 pictures. Looking at each picture would earn the subjects points that they may later spend on funny jokes they can read … More On rats and kittens – a strange psychological experiment, and lives wasted
The below is some interesting insights from someone who had been in an abusive relationship with a narcissistic family member for years. I don’t know if I agree with every point raised, but it gives much to be mulled over: This reminds me of that thing people say about hate. Hate isn’t the opposite of … More The bonds that bind people, even in abusive relationships