Category: How You Think

To Use or Exercise the Mind

What Does Love Mean to You

Love Does Not Hurt Many of us are confused by the thought of love and easily fall prey to its allure. When you are weak, the sound you hear may not be so clear. You hear what you want to hear and see what… Continue Reading “What Does Love Mean to You”

Listen to What I Hear

Where Do You Belong

Do You Know Your Place We must know where we belong, if not we are lost. There are things a society must have in place for us to thrive and grow. Life would not be the same without them. The means and use of… Continue Reading “Where Do You Belong”

The Middle-Class Dream

Is it Real or is it Just an Illusion Now here is the rest of the story. The middle-class, which is actually the credit class, is an invention to generate wealth for those on top and to serve as a buffer or a kind… Continue Reading “The Middle-Class Dream”

1968 the Year Leadership Died

The Fire This Time “The Negroes of this country may never be able to rise to power, but they are very well placed indeed to precipitate chaos and ring down the curtain on the American dream.” This is a quote taken from the James Baldwin’s… Continue Reading “1968 the Year Leadership Died”

YarYar’s Quote of The Week

Time for Change—There Is a Better Way

Now is The Time You first have to know, and then you have to realize you know. When you know, that you know better, you will do better. Good is what you do until then. It is a goal with no end and you… Continue Reading “Time for Change—There Is a Better Way”

Running Out of Time

                                     Do We Really Know What Time It Is …for us physicists believe the separation between past, present, and future is only an illusion, although a convincing one…  — Albert Einstein Time is like the wind you cannot see, we only see… Continue Reading “Running Out of Time”

Mental Illness Is No Joke

Health vs. Health Care: You Decide Health is what you do health care is what others do for you  The preservation of health is a duty. Few seem conscious that there is such a thing as physical morality. — Herbert Spencer Health is a… Continue Reading “Mental Illness Is No Joke”

How We Think About Thinking

  I suffered what felt like a lifetime of living while trying the best that I could to live the life that I had. Through hurt and pain, I tried with all my might to understand the meaning of it all. My question was, who am… Continue Reading “How We Think About Thinking”

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