The power of words: Semantic

Have you ever stop to notice that what is important for some many not be as important to others? Have you ever wondered what might be behind the difference in opinions? I have one word in mind “Semantic”. Defined by the Webster –Merriam dictionary as: “The study of the meanings of words and phrases in…

Time… what is it?

Ekhart Tolle based on his own insights wrote the book the Power of now, which i strongly recommend to add to your list of books to read. Dalai Lama said that “yesterday and tomorrow are two days when nothing can be done” Time is movement, is energy in motion. Is when everything happens in synchronicity,…

Intention and Will Power

Facing fear takes courage. Whether you like it or not usually involves to leave things behind such as people, places, thoughts and believes. Therefore, to restart is not always easy. To make new friends, have a new routine, to create a new thought process system, have a different perspective of something that was once was…

How does ATTITUDE affect your life?

ATTITUDE, defined by the online Merrian-Webster dictionary as follows:  “a mental position with regard to a fact or state, a feeling or emotion toward a fact or state, an organismic state of readiness to respond in a characteristic way to a stimulus (as an object, concept, or situation)” It could then be said that attitude…

You’re ruining your life….and YOU know it!

Originally posted on Culture Monk:
by Kenneth Justice ~When we get past politics, religion, economics, and how much money you make….there is one thing that nearly all Western people have in common; addictions. Before you hit ‘click’ thinking “I’m not an addict”, hear me out for one moment; Addictions don’t merely come in heroin laced…

If there’s no fear to death, what is there to fear?

FEAR and PAIN… people feel pain due to the expectations towards others and events of life experiences. Who hurts who? No one hurts you, no one deceives you, no one makes you cry. Is your attitude towards the outcome of situations and the expected unexpected actions of others, which you had previously judged, for they…

Cognitive Development – What is it?

Continuing the same line of the previous post titled “who are we?” … it was said that  cognitive development is the mental action of  acquiring knowledge and understanding through thought (perception), experience (sensation), and the senses (intuition). The author Pamela May, in her book Child Development in Practice published by Routledge , states that “A possible definition of cognition is the mental…

Who are we?

According to the oxford dictionary online HUMAN BEING  is described as “a man, woman, or child of the species Homo sapiens, distinguished from other animals by superior mental development, power of articulate speech, and upright stance.” Superior mental development… this is something that should make us all think and dig into. Mental development is not only…