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thought experiment please share on social media for best reaction let me know how you get on please Read More
https://cookthoughts2me.blogspot.com/2020/07/kindness.html July 12, 2020 Read More

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So I take an online course and did this essay as one of my assignments, I hope you all enjoy. Read More
I consider myself as a common man; being common, it is common to take an ordinary look at my life events; One day, I paused, and reflected on the very same ordinary events. Each of them started to bring out some extraordinary insights. I continued and will continue. There are… Read More

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Photo (c) Dima Khudorozhkov on Unsplash Read More

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July 06, 2020

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What's the meaning of life? Do we really have free will? Is there really a God? Life and its questions are perhaps the most thought-provoking considerations one can make. A Brief Guide to Life is a collection of documented thoughts about my personal interpretations of these mysteries. These interpretations have… Read More
a man visits with his father for the last time. Read More
Bob wasn't a good marble player, but did love to run and play soccer in high school. Along the way he began two bad habits, smoking and drinking, which cost him a chance to excel at soccer and get a college scholarship. At a point the bad habits almost caused… Read More
needs a proof read, however, what would the entirety of everything think about us Read More
A take on an old fable, I wrote this as one of a bigger collection, if you enjoy it I may add the the others so let me know Read More
A short piece about the nature of nurture. Read More
An article about lying in our modern society and how we have become dependant on the ability to tell a fib. Read More
Thoughts on schooldays as told to a younger generation. With a twist in the tale. Read More
How the lockdown changes us Read More
A take on an old fable, I wrote this as one of a bigger collection, if you enjoy it I may add the the others so let me know Read More
Can and should our duality be questioned. Read More

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Who are we, the individual we are told we should be? or just a projection of what we are told an individual is? Read More

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A look at the madness of madness Read More

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Just something I came up with (or, rather, it came to me!) while staying at my mom's in the country for a few days. Read More
The subtle relationship between the material things we meet with in our experience and the energy field that underlies them in the depth of the universe also transforms our view of life. Interactions with the quantum vacuum may not be limited to micro-particles: they may also involve macroscale entities, such… Read More
All humans on earth are one. We descend from the same family of common ancestors. We are, in a quite literal sense, siblings, and like siblings we depend on each other's love and care and responsibility. We are interdependent not just in our families and communities, but in nations, and… Read More
Heidegger separates nothing / zero from beings, the Being emerges from this difference between zero and beings. This difference reminds to the man his mortality and because of that it constitutes the cause of the existential angst. In that sense, the question “Why does there exist something but not nothing”… Read More
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