I notice that many people in this world, especially those who suffer from low confidence and low self-esteem, have the belief that they “don’t have the right to take up space” in this world. They walk through life trying to be as little of a disturbance as possible. Never speaking their minds. Never doing things […]
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What does it mean to start a new chapter in your life? How do you know when one chapter ends and another begins? Is it a physical boundary that you cross, or a mental boundary that you cross? For many people, we identify “starting a new chapter in our lives” with major life events such […]
The “just world fallacy” is the belief that a person always gets what they deserve in life. If a person behaves as a good and moral person, then only good things will happen to them. And if a person behaves as a bad and immoral person, then only bad things will happen to them. Commonly, […]
The importance of creating your own personal philosophy, and not just identifying yourself with one school of thought.
The scientific mindset is a great way to better understand the world and how to adapt to it. This mindset is not only useful in colleges and laboratories, but I believe we can also apply it to our everyday lives. By learning to be a more scientific thinker, we always respect the facts, question our […]