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The Thin Line Between Influence and Manipulation

18 Apr 2024 4 minute read 2 comments Neural Echoes

Amid every new generation that is markedly speed-up and insistent on placing others side down, the availability to command others is of great value. Taking place either with the work group, relationships or at broader level of community, one might ac...

An Essay on Societal and Generational Repitition

2 Jul 2022 2 minute read 0 comments CharlesAldux

It has come to my attention that due to my perusal in public occasioning that sociatal slaves seem to enjoy repetitive feats. When I look at a man in a Naval Military suit in a black-and-white photograph he is standing proudly next to his son and uns...

True Lies--How Corporate Media Enslaves Free Thought

16 Apr 2022 5 minute read 0 comments Tigerius von TORUM

Chatting with a few friends today about this story, which claimed that Germany has leapfrogged Singapore to become the most crypto-friendly country, an important issue crept up. How do we make decisions based on the information with which we’re prese...

Truth Befriends Critical Thinking - One Honest Question Can Deflate Even the Biggest Lie

1 Jul 2021 4 minute read 1 comment Vytas

Every time I read about the riot in Ephesus (Acts 19:21–41), I shake my head. Some people were shouting one thing and others were shouting something else. The meeting was very confused. Most of the people did not know why they had come there. (Acts 1...

What makes a good friend? May 3rd - May 7th

7 May 2021 2 minute read 1 comment evgenima

  May 3rd: What make a good friend? Think about one of your friends and think about why you get along? How are you a good friend? Good friends share with each other, are kind to each other and they help each other. I get along with my friends by play...

We do not lose heart - Daily Bible Reading: Saturday, May 1, 2021

1 May 2021 1 minute read 0 comments evgenima

2 Corinthians 4:1-6 (NRSV)   ​Philip and James, Apostles 1Therefore, since it is by God's mercy that we are engaged in this ministry, we do not lose heart. 2We have renounced the shameful things that one hides; we refuse to practice cunning or to...

Why Critical thinking NEEDS to be taught to our young ones!

13 Mar 2021 1 minute read 4 comments Feedmypsyche

Critical thinking - The skill of thinking holistically, critically and factually to form a judgement.           It still baffles me how this skill is not being taught to our children. The best thing to happen to me by chance in my life...

The Socratic Method and it's Universal Usefulness. And Korzybski's General Semantics and Structural Differential.

24 Jan 2021 2 minute read 2 comments rhyzom

The Socratic method refers to a mode of cooperative argumentation or discourse between two or more individuals (in good will, that presupposition is really important - that is, the argumentation's purpose is to discover the truth, not to win an argum...

Spock is wrong: The needs of the many do not outweigh the needs of the few

22 Oct 2020 1 minute read 3 comments howardroark

In The Wrath of Khan (1982), Spock says, “Logic clearly dictates that the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.” Captain Kirk answers, “Or the one.”. Of course, Spock himself violates this edict in some circumstances.  He is half human aft...

Censorship is for children: Truth is for adults

3 Oct 2020 1 minute read 0 comments howardroark

Parents use censorship to hide things like violence and sex from their children all the time. In that situation it is understandable. But when you think about it.......they are actually hiding the truth. Those things exist. They are real, and childre...