The capacity to choose is itself not freedom – the maturity to choose wisely is
Feb21

The capacity to choose is itself not freedom – the maturity to choose wisely is

Today’s ethos exalts freedom as the supreme virtue. Anything that infringes on freedom is labeled dictatorial and unacceptable.…

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Our impressions go with us, but they don’t have to grow with us
Dec04

Our impressions go with us, but they don’t have to grow with us

Suppose we change from an old computer to a new computer. Once we log in using our id, our browsing information – such as …

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To stop defeating yourself, stop deceiving yourself
Oct12

To stop defeating yourself, stop deceiving yourself

Suppose a sick person denies their sickness not just to others but also to themselves. By their denial, they deprive themselves…

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We don’t have any choice except to believe in our power of choice
Jul19

We don’t have any choice except to believe in our power of choice

“Do we have the power to choose our actions or are they determined by factors beyond us?” This question confronts...

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Better to speak less and say more than to speak a lot and say little
Jun27

Better to speak less and say more than to speak a lot and say little

We all know ramblers who love to hear their own voice, even though they don’t have much to say. Knowing their penchant for…

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