How depressed desire leads to depression
Jan21

How depressed desire leads to depression

Suppose someone riding a cycle pedals too fast and falls into a ditch. On getting up, they decide that pedaling caused their…

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How to prevent our past from controlling our present?
Dec26

How to prevent our past from controlling our present?

Suppose someone gets a major injury in an accident. That injury may limit their mobility and alter their life significantly.…

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Are we making things worse than they need to be?
Nov14

Are we making things worse than they need to be?

Suppose we find ourselves in a place with fading light. Naturally, we will open our eyes wider to find our way. If instead …

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Who is at fault = who is responsible?
Oct30

Who is at fault = who is responsible?

Suppose while we are working from home, we see from a window our neighbor’s son playing with a ball. While following the ball,…

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Three kinds of negative thinking —  and why they all aren’t undesirable
Oct23

Three kinds of negative thinking — and why they all aren’t undesirable

Nowadays, negative thinking is often criticized. However, what that term means is frequently left unspecified. Broadly,…

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Winning, whining, wining — or worshiping?
Sep30

Winning, whining, wining — or worshiping?

Suppose we strive to do something challenging. If we win, our mind becomes jubilant; if we don’t, it often goes into…

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