Neuroscience has much to learn from Hume’s philosophy of emotions | Psyche Ideas


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Five Reasons Why Stoicism Matters Today


5. It’s a philosophy for leadership. Stoicism teaches us that, before we try to control events, we have to control ourselves first. Our attempts to exert influence on the world are subject to chance, disappointment, and failure–but control of the self is the only kind that can succeed 100% of the time. From emperor Marcus … Continue reading Five Reasons Why Stoicism Matters Today

Interesting day predicted ahead…


[ INSPIRED ACTION ]Focus on inspiration and the action steps will flow effortlessly. Inspired action happens when you are working in the flow of what it is you are wishing to create. You will naturally know what needs to happen next, because everything is working in harmony. When you are not in touch with inspiration, … Continue reading Interesting day predicted ahead…

Mohan Bhagwat: India’s reaction to aggression left China rattled | India News – Times of India


[ INSPIRED ACTION ]Focus on inspiration and the action steps will flow effortlessly. Inspired action happens when you are working in the flow of what it is you are wishing to create. You will naturally know what needs to happen next, because everything is working in harmony. When you are not in touch with inspiration, … Continue reading Mohan Bhagwat: India’s reaction to aggression left China rattled | India News – Times of India

great commandments


You shall love your neighbor.You shall take only that which is given.You shall be grateful for any kindness given to you.You shall take responsibility for your actions.You shall seek knowledge, for knowledge brings you closer to god.You shall not act upon your darkest desires, but instead cleanse them from your being.You shall not forge the … Continue reading great commandments

Who Is Seneca? Inside The Mind of The World’s Most Interesting Stoic


3 Exercises & Lessons From Seneca 1. Find an Anchor Seneca, in his letters to Lucilius, urges him to choose a role model to provide a standard to live by. This is of course idea that is not unique to Stoicism by any means but Seneca succinctly puts why it is a necessary step in … Continue reading Who Is Seneca? Inside The Mind of The World’s Most Interesting Stoic

Conurbation – W.O.t.d.


kah-nər-BEY-shənPart of speech: nounOrigin: Latin, early 20th century WORD OF THE DAY 1An extended urban area, typically consisting of several towns merging with the suburbs of one or more cities.   Examples of Conurbation in a sentence "Therese lived in the conurbation of New York City, but she called herself a Long Islander." "I love visiting hubs of fast-paced urban conurbation."

JAMES CLEAR – MY FAV NEWSLETTER


3-2-1 ThursdayNote: You are receiving this email because you subscribed to my weekly 3-2-1 newsletter. Every Thursday, I share 3 ideas from me, 2 quotes from others, and 1 question for you to ponder. Occasionally, I also send out long-form articles on habits and self-improvement. 3 ideas, 2 quotes, 1 question (October 22, 2020) "The most … Continue reading JAMES CLEAR – MY FAV NEWSLETTER

did you know….


Did you know... ... that today is Microwave Introduction Day? The microwave oven, for home use, was introduced by the Tappan Company on this day in 1955. The Raytheon Company had introduced microwave ovens in 1947, but they were as large as a refrigerator and too expensive for home use so, at Raytheon's request, Tappan … Continue reading did you know….