The Sweetness of Doing Nothing. In one of the scenes in the movie, Eat, Pray, Love, the conversation turned to “Il dolce far niente”; the sweetness of doing nothing. In European countries, this sweetness of doing nothing is part of their lifestyle. It is a way of life, their way of life. They understand that we […]
Most parents would claim that they could only do the best in raising their children based on their own experiences, beliefs, and passed down information. Some will adjust their child-raising techniques based on what they liked or disliked from their own childhood, and what they enjoyed and didn’t enjoy. They use this information to create a new platform in their own household to do “the best they can do with what they know.” I personally have used this reasoning enough times to justify the perceived good or bad behavior of my children.
We are slowly moving out of the competitive mindset and moving into the concept of cooperation and co-creating. During the industrial age, business was conducted with the “Live and Let Die” mentality. Everyone wanted to make it big and would do anything to get whatever they wanted out of life. This was doing anything necessary […]
Many game shows produced over the last decades were mostly created to test the extent of our memory. Thousands, if not millions of dollars, are being rewarded to contestants that can retain the most information and regurgitate it back to an excited studio audience and TV watchers wracking their brains to see if they […]
We, as humans, allow outside opinions and suggestions to influence our personal opinions and guide us into taking certain actions. I see every day on social media, people asking others for help in finding a job, a love relationship, to resolve a conflict or to find peace and happiness. The truth is that […]