Go outside if you’re able, breathe the airthere are trees for huggingdon’t be embarrassedit’s your friend, it’s your mother,...
わたしのチイサナココロ is a short documentary following the steps of one woman’s journey along the...
Artist Gao Youjun, who goes by Tango, has created a brilliant set of drawings for your viewing pleasure. If...
This short video was made for UK youth support hotline Childline. It depicts that feeling different is a common experience and urges kids to reach out for help if they’re struggling with isolation or any other problem. When I think back to my elementary school years, I was constantly afraid... Read more
A cognitive bias is a systematic pattern of deviation from norm or rationality in judgment. Individuals create their own “subjective reality” from their perception of the input. An individual’s construction of reality, not the objective input, may dictate their behavior in the world. Thus, cognitive biases may sometimes lead to perceptual distortion, inaccurate judgment, illogical interpretation, or what... Read more
What are your distinctive moral qualities? How do they differ from the next person? When people pass you by, what do you think they see? The phrase “content of character” is often associated with a brilliant speech given in 1963 by Martin Luther King Jr, where he spoke to... Read more
When you first start to meditate, it’s almost impossible to approach this new practice without at least some degree of expectation. Initially, I started to venture down the meditative path because I was struggling to find something that would help me with my panic attacks. There was a mindfulness... Read more
I have been reading Norman Vincent Peale’s book The Tough Minded Optimist, and I came across an insightful passage I wanted to share with you on the importance of connecting with God. This brilliant analogy came about from a conversation Dr.Peale had with a foundry superintendent. While this book... Read more
All I know is, I want to be happy, all the time. The craziest part of this whole ideal is that if someone said “okay, tell me what will make you happy, and I will do it for you?” I don’t know if I could give you an answer... Read more
Can you relate to the idea of walking through life with the blinders on? Becoming so laser beam focused on what you want, that everyone and everything around you is deemed irrelevant unless it pertains to you achieving your goal? I blessed with the opportunity to witness my own... Read more
As a vast and varied group of individuals striving for perfection, or at least for some degree of internal regular refinement, I thought it might do you well to learn how the spiritually advanced end their day. This fact finding process enables you to narrow in on aspects of... Read more
Take a nice deep breath and relax, and now follow through this mental imagery below. You’re in your house. You are walking around your living room. You’ve got your car keys in your hand, and then all of a sudden the lights go out. Total power failure. You can’t... Read more
At what point in time, as apex predators, did we become so soft? Nowhere in the manual of human design does it call for us to morph into these stationary beings we’ve evolved into. Neither does it tell us to retire our innate attack characteristics. Whether we want to... Read more
Rapidly Changing Academia Students may feel like they are walking on eggshells regarding their education at institutions of higher learning. If all signs are pointing to a future where automation and AI replace human workers in many jobs, what’s the point of traditional education? The reasons students stress over... Read more
Sometimes we bounce our heads off the ground over and over again in defeat. We become fixated with our goals and pursuits. We know giving up is never the answer to when it comes to victory, so when we fall, we simply get up and try to give it... Read more