Monthly Archives: March 2013

Value of building self-esteem?

“Young people in the 20s are “quitters” with inflated egos…parents have created such a lost and useless generation. Parents have given them too much help, robbed them of independence and told them too often they were special when, in fact, … Continue reading

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Regret Ceiling

“A person can only lament actions past or words said for so long. Sooner or later they hit the ‘regret ceiling’, the full saturation point when they can’t be any sorrier for what they’ve done and start to resent the … Continue reading

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The problem with establishing fact from theory

  “It is an acknowledged truth in philosophy that a just theory will always be confirmed by experiment. Yet so much friction, and so many minute circumstances occur in practice, which it is next to impossible for the most enlarged … Continue reading

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