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I will take my time to get to know him and avoid playing the part of a “girlfriend” once things have progressed a little and not putting him on a pedestal! He is mortal, human, and has issues, flaws, and strengths, just like I do! He isn’t a goddess any more than I am a god, and neither of us should ‘worship’ the other.

I will also try to make sure that I keep in mind that the early infatuation stage of falling for someone doesn’t guarantee anything. I will try to accept rejection gracefully, and also, I hope not…


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I was accused of flirting with a guy for asking directions! After that, I hate social sciences and started using only Google maps for directions. We, sapiens, are loaded with different biases since we are designed to live as hunter-gatherers. The geography of the earth and space is easier to understand than the human mind.

The world urgently needs reason/rationality. Secondly, it needs a thirst for education and truth.

I have no view as to the teaching of the social sciences, but what I see is the social sciences are rotten to the core. Their mediocre lessons reproduced by educational…


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This article covers some of my favorite books for students interested in math, science, technology, and engineering. Let’s get into it.

Michio Kaku — Physics of the Future

Number one is “Physics of the Future,” which I loved because it covered a vast range of topics, from computers, artificial intelligence, and nanotechnology to medicine, fusion power, and space travel. The book includes specific areas of research that are of importance to our future. It gives you some insight into actual projects out there, such as nanoparticles that can seek out cancer cells being worked on at Argonne National Lab, where they made prototypes several years ago. …


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God is beyond human comprehension and transcendence. God is not a human being. Believing in God would mean having a spiritual link that is facilitated by the religion you believe.

Also, God doesn’t play a referee in worldly matters. I hear that if God exists, why is there so much terrorism, genocides, and other terrible things. That is us, humans, who have given God the role of ‘peacemaker’ and created some relationship that when something bad or good happens, God must have made it happen.

God cannot be given human attributes.

What separates us from animals is the brain, but…


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Imagine that you’ve just returned from your dream beach holiday, and it was glorious. But now it’s over, and you’re feeling a little bit irritable, bloated and sleepy. You’re probably suffering from jet lag.

Horace Sutton made the first mention of the term jet lag in 1966 in the Los Angeles Times. He says that “Jets travel so fast that they leave your body rhythms behind,” and he was pretty close to the mark.

Circadian clocks govern human bodies. These clocks keep our internal systems in an almost precisely 24-hour repeating pattern. This means that our body has a good…


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In 1st grade, above the cubbies where we kept our snow boots and mittens, big comic-sans letters spelled out ‘remember to recycle,’ and ‘last one out turns off the light.” These are the kinds of things recommended by science textbooks, blogs, and even the US Environmental Protection Agency as ways to reduce your impact on the climate.

And they’re pretty easy to do.

On average, in the US

  • Turning off the lights when you aren’t in the room can save about a third of a kilogram of carbon dioxide per day.
  • Using a reusable shopping bag every time you go…


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10 Beautiful Ideas to Change Your Career

If you want to change your career, here is a list of ideas and examples that could give you the courage and motivation to take that step:

In his book “Creatures of a day,” psychiatrist Irvin Yalom recommends a patient who is not happy with his profession the book “Meditations” by Marcus Aurelius. He says that the Roman Emperor, Marcus Aurelius, was not pleased with his job either, because he wanted to become a philosopher! Since philosophy was his real passion, we honor Marcus Aurelius today more as a philosopher than a ruler!

Take Argentina’s most beloved psychoanalyst Gabriel Rolon


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Recently I read a book that became a life changer for me. I felt its content material contained pertinent facts about healing. I referred the book to my friend, The Journey from Abandonment to Healing by Susan Anderson. My friends are an author himself, so his criticism changed into she was no longer as smooth as an author as she may be, and he wasn’t sure her points had been going anywhere.

However, I kept encouraging him. “Stay in there,” I told him. “It gets better.” And sure enough, he had a step forward. It became profound. I felt touched…


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The day started in the evening for her. The ticking of the clock was counting down her time. Nevertheless, she struggled to get out of her bed. She just needed a little nudge to get her day doing like a coffee or a favorite song. She was not exhausted; she was feeling hopeless. It was expected because her bedroom would be nearly 500 degrees Fahrenheit.

Happiness was the only true goal for her. She just wanted to sit at that table and think about her life. It was also normal because she had the innate ability to think, whereas her…


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I read books because of the most considerable influence on my life. Books have formed me who I am today, how I think, and what I feel. They have all been shaped by what I read. And that practice of reading good books begin when I was in elementary.

My mother paid for my allowance, and my allowance was based on reading books. I was the biggest child. My mother paid me to read books as I grew up. She would select the books and put them in my hands. When I finished a book, we were talking about what…

Hazel Clementine

I found tons of books in Argentina!

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