Why the I can’t count solely on the eye
Apr13

Why the I can’t count solely on the eye

Suppose a person steering a ship sees something small and shiny ahead. They overlook it as unimportant, not knowing that…

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How perception is an ethical act
Apr12

How perception is an ethical act

We usually think of perception as a merely mechanical act; when some object comes within our visual range, we see it.  However,…

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The courage to take a hard look at ourselves
Apr11

The courage to take a hard look at ourselves

A mirror helps us see how we look, or more specifically, see whether how we look agrees with how we want to look. We also need…

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How to make difficult decisions
Apr10

How to make difficult decisions

Throughout our life, we make decisions, consciously or unconsciously, about what to eat, what to read, whom to spend time…

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When form and substance are different — and when they aren’t

All that glitters is not gold. Such sayings which are present in almost every human culture, highlight a vital reality in…

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